“Bares for Rares”: Waldi out of the house – “Something for the erotic room”
On Wednesday, Karin Vasa and Lutz Huwe came to “Cash for Rares“. The couple from Erkrath only had small antique boxes with them, but the design of these made sure that at least “Cash for Rares“-Dealer Waldi directly for heart palpitations.
As is well known, he set up his own room in his shop in the Eifel region only for erotic antiques and rarities, and so you could already imagine what was on the small boxes. That’s right, the jars showed frivolous scenes like “Cash for Rares“-Expert Colmar Schulte-Goltz also quickly confirmed.
“Bares for Rares”: Waldi will like this rarity
But not only the art on the cans was exciting, they were made of silver, ivory tower, tortoise shell and gold. This speaks for value and especially for a high value.
This is the show “Cash for Rares“:
- “Bares for Rares” has been running on ZDF since 2013 and is also available in the media library
- The moderator is Horst Lichter
- There is a fixed pool of traders and experts
- Contestants can sell their rarities on the show
- Registration is online
- Fake allegations have been raised again and again. They could always be refuted
But what did Karin Vasa and Lutz Huwe want for their cans? According to the Erkrather, they are satisfied with 500 euros for all three cans. Far too little, according to expert Colmar Schulte-Goltz. He rather put 1,300 to 1,600 euros for the rare treasure.
What did the dealers say about this? “It’s something for the erotic room,” Waldi was over the moon when he heard that a young man was sneaking into his beloved’s bedroom on one of the cans. And so the dealer from the Eifel directly offered 480 euros as a starting bid.
“Bares for Rares”: Big prize for small doses
But that wasn’t long enough. The prices climbed to 1,310 euros. And so the cans really went into dealer Waldi’s erotic room.
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