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Unread 08-09-2017, 01:38 PM   #1
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Default Krieghoff Prices Realized 2017

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What were the hammer prices???
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This is all that was posted, "Price Realized" I assume that is your "Hammer Price"~~~
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What were the hammer prices???
Richard,

Divide the "price realized" by 1.15.

Or, in other words, the hammer price times 1.15 equals the realized price.

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This is all that was posted, "Price Realized" I assume that is your "Hammer Price"~~~
No, but I thought you were commenting on those three Lugers, and you didn't show the 'price realized' for those three. So I was curious, and looked.

Most prices seem to have gone higher than estimated; ten higher, seven as estimated, two lower. So the value of Krieghoffs is going up??? Update your insurance!

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Divide the "price realized" by 1.15.
Or, in other words, the hammer price times 1.15 equals the realized price.
John
I actually was thinking 'hammer price' (final bid). But the 'price realized' is good too.

The RIA FAQ isn't too clear on whether the 'estimated price' includes the 15% auction fee.
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John, Thank you I did not know!
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They are special and had limited production~
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I sold two last month. One for 20K and one for 70K.
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Were they rare? PS Please adopt me!!
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Oh yes. They were rare.
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Hell of an IRA!!
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Are we talking 1938 and 1941 here ?
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Are we talking 1938 and 1941 here ?
The more modest priced was a dural frame "prototype" and the other was a known engraved presentation piece.
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Thanks George ,

Curiosity was getting the best of me wondering if the spendier one was a super minty 1938 or 1941 .

Congrats on your sales .

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Dave, here are a few photos of it. It was the property of Auslands Gauleiter Boehle.
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I remember Tom was quite proud acquiring that one.
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I can see why....WOW!!
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Noticed I forgot to respond - sorry . Thanks for the pics and pretty impressive .

Waaay above my pay grade though and I have never studied high end commercials so I am kinda lost looking at one .

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George, do you have pics of the Dural frame Luger??? Is there anything distinctive about the Dural frame that would get a casual browsers attention immediately???
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It's not easy to trade these expensive guns in short term, unless you get them very cheap, If you do get them very cheap, say, acquired a retail $8,000 gun at $2800 (i.e. 65% off), RIAC sell it for you at its retail price $8000, Original seller as a gun provider earns 1/3 ($2800), you as a middle man earn 1/3 ($2600), and RIAC as a service provider earns 1/3 ($2600). All three parties paid by the new owner.
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