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  • Ruth Rice
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    Hey MikeM
    Most likely the pins had already been produced, bought and paid for. What are they supposed to do? At least maybe they can recoup some of the cost - ya think? :wink:
    Ruth

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  • Bern
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    I've only every paid the sale price for them or traded them with other collectors.

    I've occasionally traded two for one to get a pin but thats about the limit.

    I know of a US Pin Collecter that paid $50 dollars for one on e-bay.

    rgds BERN

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  • aquitori
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    I hate to ask a dumb question, but how much value is a pin for a show not held? What is the most expensive pin you own?

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  • Bern
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    Hi Mike,

    I own one of the ZNA 2003 pins for that show that wasn't held.
    I don't know anything about a 2004 show - do tell.

    If you want pin info go to www.koipin.com

    rgds BERN

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  • MikeM
    started a topic Koi Show Pin Collectors

    Koi Show Pin Collectors

    I see that pins for the 2004 All Japan show that was not held are now being sold. From a collector's perspective, I guess there something special about that?

    Seems rather commercial. But, if I get some Florida clubs to join together in producing pins to shows never held, will you guys buy them? If so, I'm sure I can find some clubs to help meet your need. .... Is it essential the club actually have members?
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