“Bares for Rares”: The student has a piece of jewelry with him – when he learns the value, he falls away from the faith
David Succi doesn’t have far to go to the rolling mill of “Cash for rares“. The ZDF junk show is filmed there. The 26-year-old lives in Cologne and moved to Germany from sardines – his old homeland on his father’s side – when he was 18.
Now the “Cash for rares“-Candidate can concentrate on his studies there and bring a little more money into the cash register. The ZDF show is the perfect plan for this.
“Bares for Rares”: Student has a piece of jewelry with her – expert surprised
The candidate has a bracelet that he wants to sell. His grandmother bequeathed it to him, who in turn got the good piece from her great-grandmother. “Cash for rares“Moderator Horst Lichter is sure that his expert Wendela Horz can help identify the piece of jewelery. The goldsmith immediately notices how precious it is.
That is “Bares for Rares”:
- “Bares for Rares” is a junk show
- The program has been broadcast on ZDF since 2013
- It is moderated by Horst Lichter
- Registration takes place online
- There is a fixed pool of “Bares for Rares” dealers and experts
- These include Daniel Meyer, Fabian Kahl and Susanne Steiger, among others
“Bares for Rares” candidate David beside himself: “Wow!”
The bracelet comes from Germany and, according to her, was made in the 1860s. “The condition is just barely good,” explains the expert and is delighted that David also has the original jewelry box with him.
But there is a catch: the box is still missing the earrings and the brooch. “Bares for Rares” participant David is still hoping for 500 to 600 euros for the bracelet. A good financial start to your studies. Little does he know that Wendela Horz would pack a few more money on top of it: “Of course that’s far too little. My estimate is between 800 and 1000 euros. ”David can only reply:“ Wow! ”
But can he really bring his rarity to dealers for the high amount of money?
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Not immediately. After the dealer’s offer is finally 600 euros, the seller tries to push the price higher. In the end, he manages up to 750 euros.
A little below the expertise, but the “Bares for Rares” candidate is satisfied in the end: “I’m not sad that we sold the bracelet because I didn’t have an emotional connection with it. In fact, I’m happy that my grandma will see me on TV. “Well then …
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