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Well everyone I spoke with said the same thing…. The Summer was too long. The Yardville event was the first of the many fall 2001 auctions yet to come. Unfortunately, earlier this week was the terrorist bombing of the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, so attendance was light and some of the normal attendants did not show / bring items to the auction, so supply on the table was down too. The auctioneer was smart for this low turn out, and started the bidding of the videos higher then normal. But the flip side is that he ended buying most of them back. I thing I counted 25 buy backs in this show. The condition of the pinball machine was pretty good but many had electrical issues this time around, that you normally don't see at this show.
On a final note, BuyBest auctions does not have a dedicated web page as of this writing, so that should answer the a good part of the questions I get email on, about this auction house. Prices as follows…
Remember.. I have no tie ins to ANY of these games. This was a Public auction, and I am not connected with any of the auctions houses on which I report. These games have been sold to new owners and are no longer for sale. This page is for reference only and a public service to it's readers. Any email regarding the purchase of these games will be ignored. All dates of future auctions will be posted on the main page as I here of them. Thanks for your corporation.
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