"Bares for Rares": "You are my Superman!": Dealers celebrate their colleagues – but they get nothing

"Superman is alive," says Horst Lichter when entering the "Bares for Rares" studio.

"Bares for Rares": "You are my Superman!": Dealers celebrate their colleagues – but they get nothing

"Superman is alive," says Horst Lichter when entering the "Bares for Rares" studio. A huge poster of the cartoon character is set up there. Lights wants to know from Sven Deutschmanek who his personal superhero is. "My grandpa," replies the expert. Horst Lichter, on the other hand, prefers Batman. "He doesn't have any superpowers, he's just training. And he has great things," is the plausible explanation.

The poster was brought to the ZDF flea show by Claudia Bleher-Stark and Mark Bleher. The couple from Gäufelden would like to improve their holiday budget. Expert Deutschmanek tells how the famous superhero was created in the 1930s by the two American teenagers Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The character in its current form first appeared in June 1938 as a comic.

Bleher would like 150 euros for the poster. However, Deutschmanek cannot imagine that: He considers 80 to 120 euros to be realistic. In the dealer room, Steve Mandel turns out to be a connoisseur of the matter: "Superman wasn't Marvel Comics, which is what we know today in the Marvel Universe, but DC Comics, and they also released Batman." Lisa Nüdling is impressed by her colleague's knowledge and exclaims: "You are my Superman!"

Walter "Waldi" Lehnertz offers his obligatory 80 euros to start - that would mean the lower estimate has already been reached. But Mandel and Markus Wildhagen are also interested and drive the price up to 160 euros - the latter is awarded the contract for this amount. Despite his impressive knowledge, Steve Mandel gets nothing.

Source: "Bares for Rares" in the ZDF media library

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