Technology "Bares for Rares": Knatsch on sale - Bad joke of Horst lights upset the expert
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at "Bares for Rares" provides a joke of Horst lights for a bad mood at Experte Sven Germank. The laughing third is the seller of a floor lamp.
His ankeds are often charming, but this joke does not work: Horst lights is funny at "" over a lamp. Owner Karl-Heinz Buss from Kim comes with the nearly 1.60 meter huge mitfall in the ZDF junk show. The luminaire has incredible dimensions. Nevertheless, lights ask in fun: "bedside table or desk lamp?"
Sven GermanManek is apparently only limited funny. "That's a floor lamp," replies the "bares for RARES" expert dry. "I thought you find the funny,", who had expected a laugh. "I just wanted to be funny, but it got started fullly," the moderator looks at. He does not do any GAGs here. GermanKmanek tries to save the situation: "I'm deepened into the objects, sometimes I do not listen to you," he says to lights that seems snapped to the side.
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At "Bares for Rares", the seller
is pleased, but no concern, betweenand lights, the mood is still good. "I still love him," confirms the moderator. Your lovable conflicts and cable are now part of the charm of the program. Laughing can end up all the seller bus: between 300 and 350 euros would like to have for his Italian designer light. But the expertise shows that it almost twice the value is: 500 to 600 euros.
In the dealer room, the 70s luminaire will be approved. "This is a totally sealed design," saysand starts with a bid of 350 euros. But Markus Wildhagen is also interested in the lamp. The two bought each other. Only at 700 euros Meyer is beaten. The light goes to Wildhagen to Dusseldorf.
"I did not expect so much," says owner bus. 900 D-Mark he had paid for the designer piece almost 50 years ago. He has gotten back to his investment.
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Source: "Bares for Rares" of 6 April 2021. New episodes of the junk show is available from Monday to Friday at 15:05 at ZDF and in advance in theto see .
"Bares for Rares": Banause "Waldi" blasphemes about artwork - but the price gives the saleswoman quite .
In this artwork, the "bares for rares" dealers will not agree: While Wolfgang Paouritsch is enthusiastic, Walter "Waldi holds "Lehnerz with his opinion not behind the mountain. © ZDF "Bares for Rares" dealer Walter "Waldi" Lehnerz is not to delight for the rhombus. The 54-year-old itself paints. is the art or that's the way? If it goes to " bares for rares " retailer Walter "Waldi" Lehnerz, the answer would clearly come up with.