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Lucille Oka    16

A few months ago we saw a little ceramic bowl sell for over 20 million dollars. This one is not in that neighborhood. But it is a respectful price. It is an 18th Century Vincennes and Sevres Vase and Stand. It has the double crossed L’s. It is 75/8 inches high. Guess how much it sold for in May 12, 2010 in London? No screen shots, this is just a fun guess. It is beautiful. Sorry, the image is not bigger and a little clearer.

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TJR    359

I am thinking $200000.00. Does that make 2 million?

TJR.

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Lucille Oka    16

I am thinking $200000.00. Does that make 2 million?

TJR.

 

 

 

No, you've written two hundred thousand dollars. Two million is $2,000,000.00. One number is too high the other too low.

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Lucille Oka    16

30,000 ish

 

 

 

Quote is too low. The crossed swords of the Sevres ware gives the information that this is when the company was owned by the King of France who was also the company's most influential 'customer'. Every noble and I mean everyone of them had to buy Sevres. It became the 'thing' to 'must' have.

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TJR    359

I am thinking $200000.00. Does that make 2 million?

TJR.

 

 

 

No, you've written two hundred thousand dollars. Two million is $2,000,000.00. One number is too high the other too low.

 

 

O.K.; So math is not my thing. I haven't written that many $2million dollar cheques, so shoot me.

TJR.Thanks for your help.

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Matt Oz    67

I thought I may be low, but not that low, I should have watched more of the original British Antiques Road Show.

 

 

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