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Boater Sam
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Recent lot sold in a local auction, a smart Bush TUG24, band 1 only, never converted. Back panel un-cut. Cabinet good with a little top back edge veneer damage.

Clean tube front, probably put away in the '50s when ITV came on.

Went for £45 plus 20% buyers and vat fee.

Is this around the right price for one of these?

Sam.

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Topic starter Posted : 23/10/2020 4:36 pm
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Nuvistor
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There is a TV24 on auction with a starting price of £95, no guarantee that it will go for that.

I suppose £50-60 will be about right for the TUG24 if it’s complete. Whoever bought it must be happy to pay that price.

I don’t keep up with TV prices so my opinion is probably not worth a lot.

 

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Posted : 23/10/2020 6:17 pm
Cathovisor
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Seems a fair price to me. I've been following an auction of the estate of a hoarder this last couple of days - something approaching a hundred Philips "Electronic Engineer" kits and a *lot* of a particular Grundig portable cassette recorder - the C410 (I've had one from childhood). All were making respectable money so I'd say yes, £45 plus buyer's premium and VAT wasn't a bad price.

I prefer my TUG12 though ? 

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Posted : 23/10/2020 8:32 pm