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    (Original post by Swim By)
    lol you'll find i said "ebay"
    I discounted the possibility of an original comment and thought "misspelling".
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    A book for £500 (was a present though)
    What book?

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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    I discounted the possibility of an original comment and thought "misspelling".
    lol ok ok you caught me :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    A book for £500 (was a present though)
    Antiquarian (or however it's spelt if that's wrong)?
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    A book for £500 (was a present though)
    bible version 1?
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    (Original post by Swim By)
    bible version 1?
    lol, now that would be a nice first edition to have.
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    you mean a first edition of the bible!
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    King james 1st edition (1613 I think) will cost way more than £500.

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    (Original post by musicboy)
    King james 1st edition (1613 I think) will cost way more than £500.

    MB
    I'll give you £500 and the Playstation for it then.
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    It was a signed edition of A Tale of Two Cities - £500 was a bit steep but wasn't my money
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    An old french horn for £350. Valued her at £1000.

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    i find the fact you use the word 'her' quite disturbing......

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    (Original post by lubilu)

    i find the fact you use the word 'her' quite disturbing......

    lu x
    Just wait till you hear his name for the mouthpiece...
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    I name my instruments
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    the most ive spend as about £30 on perfume... coz im poor! but i did get some leeds tckets.. but they werent for me...

    the most ive ever mad on ebay was £100.. selling my quiksilver yeti boots... damn i miss em tho....
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    (Original post by lubilu)

    i find the fact you use the word 'her' quite disturbing......

    lu x

    sorry, was a typo. Meant to say valued here - I shipped it from canada.

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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Just wait till you hear his name for the mouthpiece...
    okai.. you can pay for the therapy...
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    (Original post by Acaila)
    I name my instruments
    hehe me too!
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    Yay!
    Oh and my most expensive was 11.50 including p&p I think.
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    (Original post by Swim By)
    hehe me too!
    What are they called?
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    The most expensive item I bought on ebay was a rubiks cube for £5. But i've spent over £3000 on www.ebuyer.com in the past year. (Disclaimer: It wasn't ALL my money, I build computers for people ).
 
 
 
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