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QUOTE I have just seen on Ebay a model railway engine (in which I am not interested) advertised as buy-it-now for £75 or start the bidding at £75. Why would anyone start the bidding at the same figure that they could get it for immediately? More to the point, why has someone advertised it like this?

Seems daft as extra fees are paid. It could be simply a piece of psychology on the part of the seller as prosepctive buyers may think that they are getting a bargain if they can pick up the loco now for £75 rather than pay more later for it at the end of an auction.

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If any us spot anything listed by members of DENSA then how about sharing the info so that we can all admire the handywork!

Or even if we spot items where bidders are members of DENSA!

You know the sort of thing. The £100 bid for an item you can pick up in a reputable online store for £60 for example.

Or a BR loco that is clearly in LNER apple green livery.

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Gary
 
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