Online auction of railway memorabilia, live steam and some G scale locos etc

Paul2727

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ebay mike

ebay mike

Retired, but still hoarding. (GOF)
6 Dec 2011
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Norfolk - edge of nowhere.
Got an auction alert this morning.
might be useful for anyone near Hemmel Hemstead.
Some interesting lots there. I note the viewing and auction itself are at Bury At Edmunds so catchment area for East Anglia a better proposition for some of us.
 
maxi-model

maxi-model

UK/US/ROW steam narrow gauge railways 1:1
27 Oct 2009
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Bucks/Oxon/Northants area
I'm not that far away, about 30 miles. List is a little mixed up so a bit of sifting required, but I might get along to a viewing day. How do you get your auction alerts Paul ? Max

Edit, just noted the Bury St Edmunds sale location too Mike. Not so handy. Pity but bank balance and wallet saved, for now ;)
 
darkdaniel100

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You can save searches as 'alerts' on the sale room. Saves you having to keep checking :)
 
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playmofire

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The classifications are a shambles. Under Cameras there is a box of model railway accessories. Some model soldiers come under Arms, armour and militaria! Just two examples of misclassification.
 
Paul2727

Paul2727

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I'm not that far away, about 30 miles. List is a little mixed up so a bit of sifting required, but I might get along to a viewing day. How do you get your auction alerts Paul ? Max

Edit, just noted the Bury St Edmunds sale location too Mike. Not so handy. Pity but bank balance and wallet saved, for now ;)
You can register with the saleroom.com and specify your alert key words. (In this case LGB.)
The then e-mail you if any matching keyword appear in any of their listings. To bid online you need to register a payment card, but just viewing the listings does not require this.
You can have as many key word alerts as you want, but as Playmofire say's the classification can be pretty hit and miss.
Regards,
Paul.