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woodbloke

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...but does it not say, Your Nibship, that's it's the long discontinued rosewood handled model? Still a lot to pay for a handraulic 'driver - Rob
 

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woodbloke":1r6pauqu said:
...but does it not say, Your Nibship, that's it's the long discontinued rosewood handled model? Still a lot to pay for a handraulic 'driver - Rob
Yes but it was originally a buy it now for $19 :shock: :lol:
 

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Must confess the allure of the LN screwdrivers escapes me at any price, but I bet the seller's happy.
 

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Alf":3juzmq2x said:
Must confess the allure of the LN screwdrivers escapes me at any price, but I bet the seller's happy.
Just goes to show that LN tools are an investment. :D :D :D

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Has now sold........................................................................ £84.00 +£3.50 P&P.

Madness. I would be scared to use it to turn a screw in case I damaged it.

Mick
 

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It's not for me to defend collector types, but......

Notwithstanding that the driver was available for $19 BIN (the option to BIN disappears as soon as the first bid is placed), the cocobolo range is highly collectible. The coco range always sells for a premium over the normal cherry range.

In the same way that people will pay thousands for a rare stamp (piece of paper after all).

Cheers

Karl
 
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