BASS SALE SHOW-N-TELL
Things are slow due to the holidays, but we did have a few
reports from Bass sale bidders. Ben Keele bid on lot 246, a
hardbound copy of the Stack's Milton Holmes catalog. He bid
$65, but lost to someone else at $70. Michael Rae of Bedford,
Texas got skunked, too, after bidding on several lots.
One successful bidder was Saul Teichman. A pattern collector,
Saul picked up the plated Geo. D. Woodside sale (New York
Coin & Stamp Co., April 23, 1892), as well as the W. Elliott
Woodward "A" sale (June 27-28, 1860). Any other bidders
care to report?
Wayne Homren, Editor
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