MLO lots on eBay

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MLO lots on eBay

Post by WestNab » Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:56 am

An eBay seller seems to be breaking down a good China collection. Amongst other interesting items, there are 6 lots of MLO issues. For example -
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/China-1940s- ... 2127282059
The other 5 can be found by viewing other items from the seller. Plenty of bids already, so it looks like the price will go high. I didn't know MLOs were so popular!

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Re: MLO lots on eBay

Post by admin » Tue Nov 07, 2017 4:54 am

Thanks for starting this thread, we need to comment on the latest ebay material.

This seller needs a decent scanner. He has some stamps listed for Fa Ku that don't belong, the chop looks wrong but the images are too poor to see what they are (even though he has added some closeups recently).

Note to anybody selling on eBay - clear pictures sell, fuzzy ones don't (at least for good prices)..

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Re: MLO lots on eBay

Post by Roman » Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:49 am

The lots were finally sold now for roughly 50~60 USD (each page included 2-4 MLO sets)
it looks like the price will go high
The results shows the opposite. The final prices are the lowest I saw for months (each MLO set ~20.- USD).

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