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Old 01-16-2018, 05:37 AM   #16
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Hell no I bet it didn't sell for that. How many guys got that kind of money to spend on a ring that just sits on a shelf. All of his stuff is top of the line top of the price items. He has the same stuff at SOS every year. Mite be a dozen collectors in the world who can buy from him.
A lot of their stuff is also fake - "good fake", but still fake.

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Old 01-16-2018, 09:21 AM   #17
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A lot of their stuff is also fake - "good fake", but still fake.
I didn't know that but it sounds right. We go by is tables every year at the SOS just to see what he has. There display is so high end that it makes since he would have some fakes mixed in there. It looks like a TR museum display really it's better than any museum display I have seen. He is one of them guys who must have inherit a lot of money and don't know what to do with it. Never have I seen anyone pull out a stack of cash at his table and walk away with anything. Not saying he don't make a sale or two at the show just that I haven't seen it. I'm always there everyday of the show and I see the big cash buys go down year after year. He just not one of the guys I see being handed the cash. It's mostly the same few guys every year who make the big sales. I'm sure that's because they are trustworthy and don't try to rob you on the big ticket items like most do.
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Old 01-16-2018, 09:44 AM   #18
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I didn't know that but it sounds right. We go by is tables every year at the SOS just to see what he has. There display is so high end that it makes since he would have some fakes mixed in there. It looks like a TR museum display really it's better than any museum display I have seen. He is one of them guys who must have inherit a lot of money and don't know what to do with it. Never have I seen anyone pull out a stack of cash at his table and walk away with anything. Not saying he don't make a sale or two at the show just that I haven't seen it. I'm always there everyday of the show and I see the big cash buys go down year after year. He just not one of the guys I see being handed the cash. It's mostly the same few guys every year who make the big sales. I'm sure that's because they are trustworthy and don't try to rob you on the big ticket items like most do.

"Sunning by the pool" is a great way to artificially age helmets.
"Jewelers in Dubai" make the best copies of Goering Grand Cross document sets.
"If I have doubts about selling it, there's always Gottlieb".

I know they also traffic in "good stuff" sometimes...but I sure as hell wouldn't want to spend any REAL money with them.
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Old 01-16-2018, 09:56 PM   #19
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"Sunning by the pool" is a great way to artificially age helmets.
"Jewelers in Dubai" make the best copies of Goering Grand Cross document sets.
"If I have doubts about selling it, there's always Gottlieb".

I know they also traffic in "good stuff" sometimes...but I sure as hell wouldn't want to spend any REAL money with them.
You said it brother. Just glad the rest of the collecting community can see what these guys are about.
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I good price for a good ring !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-17-2018, 02:07 PM   #21
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Old 01-17-2018, 02:21 PM   #22
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Meister does that mean you are the lucky new owner? We’d love to see more pictures of it!!
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I'm not the buyer of the ring. The lucky owner now has an original ring of a KC holder for a prize, where he can still enjoy himself in 20 years.

Prefer to pay more for rare original.
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I don’t think you can find any original Honor rings for $2000.00 nowadays. Even a totally worn out ring starts at no less than $3000.00 or above. The cheapest one I saw at the last Max show was $6500.00, and that was pretty worn out. The most expensive one was around $75,000.00 (owned by a top SS general) offered by Wolfe-Hardin.
Hermann PrieB?
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Hermann PrieB?
Yes, that does rings a bell, might very well be Hermann Prieß, along with some of his award documents, photographs and letters.
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Old 01-21-2018, 03:09 PM   #26
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my most expensive Honor ring cost 20,000 €. How high was your most expensive honor ring ?
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Old 01-21-2018, 09:42 PM   #27
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my most expensive Honor ring cost 20,000 €. How high was your most expensive honor ring ?
Sounds like a very rare ring. I’m guessing it was originally owned by an infamous personality or possibly a knights cross winner?
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It was a KC winner.
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Look at Auktionshaus Ratisbon´s very rar the original Honor ring and honor Sword Documents from von dem Bach. Now, if the documents of the medal emerge, it will be really expensive for the estate.
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