If the seller, like me a few times, hasn't done his homework to find out what they are selling and has, like me, put a starting price that he is happy to sell at then bid and be lucky. If we told every seller that they had a piece selling that is worth a lot more than they are asking, where would we get the great finds ? It would also ruin the collectors /sellers market
as we would all pay top dollar I sold a piece that I didn't know was worth 3-4 times the price I listed it for with BIN. I only found out months later what the piece was. Also sold a piece with a very low start price and it got bid up to £50. I didn know what I had but obviously lots did. I don't feel bitter losing out as it works both ways and its a lesson learned. Bid on it at your Max price your willing to pay and I hope you get it for a bargain price as they are the pieces that put a bigger smile on your face. Good Luck and let us all know if you got it, a pic with the piece and the smile would be good
P.S. I saw a Nachtmann piece in ebay completed listings (it shows what pieces are selling for and not what the sellers are asking). I did message them and told them to list as Nachtmann. It sold well and the seller emailed me a thank you.