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Not sure if this has been mentioned anywhere, but....


jembo 11 110 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2012 5:11PM
there's a lot of Jacobs stock going under the hammer (not literally).
Lots of used/ex-hire stuff, but lots of ex-demo kit, and a lot of new Sigma lenses too (if anyone's interested).

http://www.joneslanglasalle.co.uk/UnitedKingdom/EN-GB/Pages/Current-Sales.aspx

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JJGEE 10 6.5k 18 England
2 Sep 2012 5:23PM
One has to wonder to why there are so many Sigma Lenses ?

Especially as are they quite popular, in fact I have 2 of their macros, 50mm & 105mm
jembo 11 110 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2012 6:10PM
Simple - lots of them because they were in stock because they are poular.
Lots of Manfrotto too.
rossd 11 1.1k England
2 Sep 2012 6:33PM
Interesting link - thanks.
scottishphototours 11 2.6k 2 Scotland
2 Sep 2012 7:32PM
Unable to tell if you have to turn up in person to remove the goods once paid for, so have emailed sales contact. Will let you know...
scottishphototours 11 2.6k 2 Scotland
2 Sep 2012 7:36PM
Oh yeah, and note - payable price = bid + 15% + vat........
thewilliam 6 5.0k
2 Sep 2012 10:54PM
When they say the cameras are going "under the hammer", would this be a sledgehammer for the Canon kit?
strawman 11 22.0k 16 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2012 11:53PM

Quote:When they say the cameras are going "under the hammer", would this be a sledgehammer for the Canon kit?

Of course as they will require a more substantial blow than the wimpy Nikon stuff. Tongue
Sooty_1 4 1.3k 208 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2012 1:11AM
Haha....touché Monsieur!

Very little Nikon stuff in the auction.. I guess they must have sold most of it, but have loads of canons left....
scottishphototours 11 2.6k 2 Scotland
3 Sep 2012 8:34AM
Sales guy emailed me to say they are happy for a courier to pickup the items once sold, though they do require prior notice if you want to do this.
User_Removed 5 4.6k 1 Scotland
3 Sep 2012 10:09AM
Reading the small print, it is difficult to decide whether the Buyer's Premium is 15% + VAT or 25% + VAT. I guess you'd want to clarify that before bidding on anything.
3 Sep 2012 10:11AM
As I read it the buyer's premium for this specific sale is 15% (plus VAT)

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