“Bares for Rares” dealer David Suppes announces: “Turning point”

“Bares for Rares” dealer David Suppes proudly announces: “Turning point in my life”

Cash for Rares: These are the dealers

Cash for Rares: These are the dealers

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On ZDF at “Cash for Rares” offers David Suppes about rare treasures, on Instagram he gives his followers private insights into his life.

Has now “Cash for Rares“-dealer David Suppes reached an important milestone in his life. The 33-year-old happily shares this with his followers on Instagram.

Cash for Rares dealer David Suppes shares milestone in his life

David Suppes has been working in the family business since 2011. Together with his father Bernd, David Suppes runs two shops in Wiesbaden in the third generation. Rarities are bought and sold at “Antiques Suppes”. With his entry into “Bares for Rares” in 2019, David Suppes became famous throughout Germany. After all, the 33-year-old has almost 10,000 followers on Instagram.


That is “Cash for Rares“:

  • “Bares for Rares” has been running on ZDF since 2013 and is also available in the media library
  • There is a fixed pool of traders and experts. Horst Lichter is always the moderator
  • Contestants can sell their rarities on the show
  • Registration is online


Now he has taken the next important step in his life. David Suppes bought his first apartment in his hometown of Wiesbaden. “A very special day for me because it marks a turning point in my life. Another step towards self-employment and also for old-age provision,” he writes on Instagram and proudly shows the purchase contract.

Suppes says: “I can only recommend everyone to take this step at some point in life – it feels so good!” And announces that he will continue to report on his apartment purchase. In the comments, fans diligently congratulate David Suppes on this milestone in his life.


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Most recently, his “Bares for Rares” colleague Julian Schmitz-Avila made a public confession of love (more on that here!). (fs)