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 Post subject: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
PostPosted: Sep Mon 20, 2021 6:31 pm 
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https://www.auctionzip.com/OH-Auctioneers/340555.html

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I'm not sure this auction is known to everyone, since it popped up on the radar suddenly (for me at least) but hopefully, now it is :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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All the cool kids will be there.....plus me.

You can sign up for email notifications on auctionzip from Estes. Never be late to the party again.


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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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Even though it had one coil set, the Grebe CR-18 was a steal at $300. The Amplion petal speaker also went for almost half of what I've seen others go for on Ebay. My favorites were the Zenith 410 console at $150 and the Kemper portable that looked mint.

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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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ahh the Madison-Moore went for $250. I had my eye on it but not right now I'm afraid.

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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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I spent $19 on miscellaneous modern parts. <smug look> and a box of 8 track tapes. Successful show :-D

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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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Well, I wound up getting the modular SW receiver which was made by Wireless Energ Engineers Inc., of New York. It was misidentified as a Silver Marshall "Round the World 4" SW receiver. I'd much rather have a Wireless Energ Engineers Inc. receiver because their far more rarer the the SM receiver.

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I've never seen the Crosley neon sign not the Zenith lighted sign, both very nice


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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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Today's Estes Auction hammer prices in a free, downloadable PDF file is available at my online radio museum. Use this link and scroll down to last PDF file and click on it to download.

https://roaringtwentiesantiqueradiomuse ... mer-prices

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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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I'm surprised to see an RCA 8T go for the same price as a 143 and more than a 128. I feel like the two older ones went cheap.

If a console like that "Philco 89" (is that actually an 89 chassis?) would show up around here someday I would probably bring it home, especially if those are the kinds of prices they draw. That's a handsome set.


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 Post subject: Re: ESTES AUCTION Burbank Ohio THIS SATURDAY 09/25/21
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There's always seems to be surprises when it comes to final bids in these auctions, some seem high and others seem low for the item auctioned.

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