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


jembo e2
11 104 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
9 6.4k 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 e2
11 104 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.
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...
2 Sep 2012 7:36PM
Oh yeah, and note - payable price = bid + 15% + vat........
thewilliam e2
6 4.9k
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 e2
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 e2
4 1.3k 203 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....
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.
Alan_Baseley e2
13 333 2 England
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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