“Cash for Rares”: 9000 euros! The dealer beats all competitors with his first bid

Anyone who saw the jewelry was thrilled, says Karin Bleck, a 67-year-old shop owner from Mönchengladbach.

“Cash for Rares”: 9000 euros! The dealer beats all competitors with his first bid

Anyone who saw the jewelry was thrilled, says Karin Bleck, a 67-year-old shop owner from Mönchengladbach. "This is a piece of jewelry that you don't see every day." Horst Lichter also says “My God in heaven” when he sees the diamond-studded bracelet that Heide Rezepa-Zabel is examining in the expert room.

“The piece is huge,” admits the expert, who can hardly stop raving about it. “Here we have really artistic intertwinings, penetrations of exclusively brilliant bands,” says Rezepa-Zabel. Only diamonds were processed, "in groups of four, in groups of five, in groups of three." The conclusion is that the opulence and openness are typical of the 1950s. The stones add up to 11 carats, and the bracelet is made of 18 carat white gold. A lot comes together there.

When asked about her desired price, Bleck simply answered “more”. Given the glittering splendor she brought with her, an understandable wish. She then specifies her wish and puts it at 9,000 euros. This is confirmed by Rezepa-Zabel: she thinks 8,000 to 10,000 euros is possible.

There is a big hello in the dealer room as the jewelry is unveiled. “Oh, you green nine,” Christian Vechtel marvels at the sight. “What a magnificent dream jewel you have brought with you,” Susanne Steiger greets the saleswoman.

One person seems particularly impressed: David Suppes makes his ambitions clear with his starting bid. He offers 9000 euros and meets the desired price straight away. In doing so, he has pushed all competitors out of the competition. Karin Bleck agrees.

"I've never bought jewelry here with a bid," says Suppes happily. “An ace,” comments Steiger, alluding to the successful serve in tennis.

Watch the video: "Cash for Rares": Exciting and curious facts about the junk show on ZDF.

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