“You didn’t get anything”: The saleswoman goes down with an heirloom at “Bares for Rares”.

Just see what the long-kept heirloom would bring, with this relaxed attitude Heidemarie Mölschl-Daust made her way to “Bares for Rares”. Luckily, because unfortunately there wasn’t much to gain.

Heidemarie Mölschl-Daust brought a few old telegrams to “Bares für Rares” and hoped that they would give her some nice bills in return. Unfortunately, these were not messages personally written by the former Kaiser Wilhelm I, but copies. Although these followed the dictates of the monarch, they were only carried out by an employee of the responsible post office.

Expert Albert Maier determined that something like this was difficult to sell and assessed the two documents at a total value of only 40 euros, which was tantamount to a slap in the face, especially since the telegrams, falsely assuming that they really were handwritten by the emperor, were passed on for generations became. However, Heidemarie Mölschl-Daust looked pragmatically at the bitter truth and also wanted to sell for this modest sum. Once she had traveled from Austria to “Bares for Rares”, she didn’t want to take her treasures, which weren’t all that valuable, back home with her. Not a bad decision, although another setback should follow in the dealer room.

Despite Waldi’s affront: telegrams still bring 70 euros

Heidemarie Mölschl-Daust initially had to cope with another setback in the dealer room, but in the end she was able to take home 70 euros from Ludwig Hormaier. Until then, however, dear Waldi rumbled off in his own way. But “you get nothing” he said derogatory and only offered a paltry 5 euros for the two documents. Fortunately, at least his colleague recognized a certain nostalgia value and so Heidemarie Mölschl-Daust did not have to go home empty-handed. Things went much better in these cases, as you can see in the video.

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“Bares for Rares” will be broadcast as usual from Monday to Friday at 3:05 p.m. on ZDF. Reruns run on the offshoot ZDF Neo at 8:50 a.m. and at 6:30 p.m. The concept of the show hasn’t changed to this day: people like Heidemarie Mölschl-Daust have their goods appraised by experts and then haggle over the selling price in the dealer’s room.

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