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newabe
Is there anyway to see prices realized on this "Magnificent" website.
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MEC2
If you go to Search and drop down the Catalog you should see various auctions, and can browse in there... it should show the winning bid - not sure on passed lots how that looks.
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mfontes
They used to be available, but on this new website I couldn't find the list.  For specific notes you can search the archives: 

http://www.lkcaarchives.com/?member_id=105161&tempKey={291C5A20-C699-4C61-80BE-3FEFB1C6815D}
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tigertrader

MEC2 wrote:
If you go to Search and drop down the Catalog you should see various auctions, and can browse in there... it should show the winning bid - not sure on passed lots how that looks.


agreed. 


I usually access this by bringing up my tracked lots for the auction and then click on the auction at the top and then browse or search to find the lot I am looking for. I believe that shows the final price if available. 


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mfontes
I went 3 for 3 on some inexpensive notes and they went well below the low estimate.  👍
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oklahomadanny
COMPLICATED but possible. I did it the other day. See if I remember. 🙄 On the top bar click on "Lynn Knight Auctions",  I was looking for the recent military items auction so I went down and clicked the "World Paper Money" which brought up the "Recently Closed World Paper Money Sales" window showing those. Find the auction you're interested in and there is a "prices realized" your click and it brings up the list in a window on top of the auction. I use "open in a new tab" for "prices realized" so the auction is in one tab and the prices in another tab so you can reference what lot you're looking for. They show a $0.00 for those passed? or no bids or whatever.
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newabe
Thanks @oklahomadanny that got me the information. What does it mean if the lot lumber is skipped in the listing. Is that a no sale or was the lot pulled? There are lot #'s with $0 so I'm guessing that is a no sale and the skipped lot# is a pulled item. Anyone know?  

The website never fails to disappoint. Here we are in 2020 and you need to print the prices realized list (that someone probably typed in) to compare to the auction listing. I now see why the juice % needs to keep increasing. 
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oklahomadanny
newabe wrote:
The website never fails to disappoint. Here we are in 2020 and you need to print the prices realized list (that someone probably typed in) to compare to the auction listing. I now see why the juice % needs to keep increasing. 
Thanks for the laugh. 😂 I tried for 2-3 hours to get a picture and description posted in my Military Items thread. Unfortunately Lynn's site is known as "lacking".
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YoungCollector
newabe wrote:

The website never fails to disappoint. Here we are in 2020 and you need to print the prices realized list (that someone probably typed in) to compare to the auction listing. I now see why the juice % needs to keep increasing. 


You guys have heard me make this comment in all seriousness.

Also, harken back to "younger" collectors who comment about this being an "old man's" hobby - and then think about how dreadful the technology is.
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tigertrader

It does work but it is not anywhere near as user friendly as some other platforms. 

Perhaps that combined with Covid not allowing for much onsite bidding, allowed me to score 33 lots... I was surprised on many. Majority were world lots and I probably bid on ~ 70 lots. I was pretty satisfied with this one...
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MEC2
I got 20 lots in the June IPMS auction... and 43 last week. Sweet Christ...
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