Cash for Rares: Dealer Waldi gets banned – “Didn’t go down well”


“Bares for Rares”: Dealer Waldi is banned from the house – “Didn’t go down so well”

Cash for Rares: These are the dealers

Cash for Rares: These are the dealers

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At the junk show “Bares for Rares” is actually about the valuable objects and the candidates. At least more than the ZDF stars. After all, the participants want to give a comprehensive picture of themselves if they already have their rarities at “Cash for Rares” Selling.

But now, for once, ZDF dealer Walter ‘Waldi’ Lehnertz is revealing a secret about himself. And what he has to say, many would probably not have believed him capable of.

“Bares for Rares”: house ban for ZDF dealer Waldi

But Waldi has also had some experiences in his life that he would certainly have liked to have undone. On the “Bares for Rares” Instagram page, the ZDF dealer now reveals what happened to him some time ago. Only so much can be revealed: The 55-year-old was banned from the house!

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This is “Bares for Rares” star Waldi:

  • Walter Heinrich Lehnertz was born on February 9, 1967 in Prüm
  • His nickname is Waldi
  • He is an art and antiques dealer
  • He has been a dealer in “Bares for Rares” since the first season in 2013
  • His “trademark” are first bids of 80 euros, no matter what the object is

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“Bares for Rares” star Waldi: “What were they bitchy”

“I was in church and there was a very old pulpit. So I knocked on it a bit to see if it really was made of wood,” says the junk lover. And further: “It wasn’t so well received, the pastor said to me: ‘Waldi you don’t need to come here anymore.'” In short: Waldi was apparently no longer allowed to enter the church. “Man, they were bitchy. I just wanted to check.”


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More about “Bares for Rares”:

“Bares for Rares”: Susanne Steiger buys a Russian ring – then it turns out to be a fake

“Bares for Rares”: Woman sells inconspicuous bracelet – unbelievable what the dealers offer for it

“Bares for Rares”: Horst Lichter feels fooled – “Is that your official name?”

“Bares for Rares”: Dealers engage in heated bidding wars – sellers are amazed at the price

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Doesn’t sound all that gratifying at first. But from the looks of the dealer, he still takes the whole action with humor.


Another “Bares for Rares” retailer recently made a name for himself when he bought a watch from a seller for 1,000 euros. Then he received a mysterious phone call. Here the whole story >>>

“Bares for Rares” dealer Julian Schmitz-Avila recently had an unpleasant encounter. With severe consequences (more on this here). (jhe)




Source-www.derwesten.de