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Author Topic: Isle of wight and Mdina glass book by Mark Hiil and fab Venetian Goblets +W/Fs  (Read 2079 times)

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Offline johnphilip

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Well Jak you start at 99 p and see if you can catch up it was never meant to be that low Sorryeee  , I must not drink and list when I am drunk and hissed . sorry its the poet in me .  whos taken the P out ?
By the way you were not the only one from overseas who wanted to bid , most of my glass goes to OZ Canada or the USA these days seems you have all the money ,we have all the glass .

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I thought they were too good to be true when you put them on the board.!

I have been looking at venetian goblets since I got  a cenedese one after I visited their factory showrooms in Murano in August.

they never start at 99p!

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Well come on get those Ozzie $$$ out Jak , by the way are the fires under control or out yet ?

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I can't believe the book is going so high  -  thought the heat had gone out of Maltese glass.             I've a mint signed copy (Mark, not Michael)  which never use now, plus the price guide - bought from Mark when I was at the Cambridge Fair several years back............perhaps I should sell ;)

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Not till mine finishes tonight please it could split the bids not good for either of us . you know this makes sense
Yes I was surprised but saw a mint signed go for near 200 a short while ago . cheers jp

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oh gosh jp - I wasn't being serious........I wouldn't know how to sell on ebay if you paid me.           But............if after tomorrow someone wants to discuss with me, I could be all ears. :)

I have good books from the C18 that aren't worth that. :o

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I will give you 30 Paul as its used .  ;D :D ;)

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 :-* :-*helloooooo sailor........
yes, but 'used' with such love and affection  -  but I'll tell Mark that you think that's all his moniker is worth ;D ;D ;D

hope you do well with your copy.

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Mark knows me well enough , many of the better pieces in his book  originated from my glass emporium , otherwise known as my shed  . is yours signed Joe Ninety   ?

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John - in Surrey one doesn't have a shed...............one has a workshop, don't ya know.... ;)

Let me know how you do eventually - no point in me hanging on to mine if it's gathering dust.

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