How to get $100's for one Fiestaware dish !

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How to get $100's for one Fiestaware dish !

Post by Rich Feldman » Thu Nov 01, 2012 2:19 am

Isn't it kind of sad to see a nice old Fiestaware specimen broken up on purpose, for sale at $4.36 per shard? I hope the first break was accidental. Ebay
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Re: How to get $100's for one Fiestaware dish !

Post by RobertTubbs » Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:45 am

I find this offensive...

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Re: How to get $100's for one Fiestaware dish !

Post by Richard Hull » Thu Nov 01, 2012 2:54 pm

There's a sucker born every minute and ten to take him! (P.T. Barnum)

This is real capitalism at work and virtual wealth in the making. More power to this entrepeneur. Probably 2 shards sold and all the rest is gravy.

I just couldn't bring myself to do this to one of my a collector fiestaware plates, though. In some places, the prices for original red-orange fiestaware has sky-rocketed to amazing levels. I saw a saucer with no cup going for $35.00 last weekend.

Fiestaware makes a great, hot, test source as it contains no radium and is a "sealed source" under the glaze. It is almost a pure beta source for GM purposes.

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