A seller from Osnabrück showed his stubborn side at “Bares for Rares” and caused annoyed faces in the dealer room.
Bernd Schneider from Osnabrück wanted to get a good price for his rarities at “Bares for Rares”. Of course, there is nothing wrong with that in principle, but the sales manager in the dealer room meant it a little too well.
But first things first. First he presented his slot machines to the expert Sven Deutschmanek and was sure of his cause. After restoring the two sweethearts himself, the collector reckoned with up to 400 euros each. Before the expert could even get a chance to speak, he began to praise the devices at this point.
However, Sven Deutschmanek was not blinded by the instructions and called for a total of up to 300 euros per piece. The salesman then wanted to play poker in the dealer room. But that should really get on the nerves of Waldi and Co.
Traders are losing patience
As soon as Bernd Schneider arrived in the dealer’s room, the great adulation of his own goods began. This was also recognized by Susanne Steiger, who attested that the seller had a certain talent for putting his sweethearts in a good light. She has rarely seen her male colleagues so quiet.
When they finally got a chance to speak, it became clear that no one was willing to put the sum of their expertise on the table. Fabian Kahl finally offered 300 euros. Of course, Bernd Schneider was not satisfied with that and gave full throttle in terms of praise. However, that didn’t go down particularly well.
Fabian Kahl added another hundred, but at the same time it became clear. If the seller delays the matter any longer, he withdraws his offer. But instead of showing a clear edge and making a decision, Bernd Schneider really wanted another twenty. Loud murmurs and annoyed looks from everyone in the room were the receipt. When the seller finally accepted the offer, Walter Lehnertz in particular was relieved that the matter was finally off the table.
In the end, Bernd Schneider himself described the amount achieved as borderline. Maybe he should have just taken his beloved machines home with him.
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“Bares for Rares” runs on weekdays at 3:05 p.m. on ZDF. The offshoot ZDF Neo broadcasts repeats at 8:50 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The concept of the show hasn’t changed over the years: people like Bernd Schneider have their goods appraised by experts and then haggle over the selling price in the dealer’s room. As a rule, however, things are less tough there than in this case.
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