Onlinehammeren sounded Sunday over 400 times since the auction house Bruun Rasmussen for the third and last time sold out of a collection of the deceased prince Henry's belongings.
That this time there was talk of a online, did apparently not the interest less, among the buyers.
- It has gone really well, and we have sold almost all of it. We only have ten unsold numbers, which is very unusual, says vurderingssagkyndig, at Bruun Rasmussen, Alexandra Nilsson about the auction.
the Prince's possessions have been sold in three stages by the auction house. At the last auction in december was a jade - and maskesamling sold out at an auction in Bredgade in Copenhagen.
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Sunday had the greatest attention gathered about the prince's collection of vinyl records.
the Collection, which consisted of more than 900 primarily classic plates, was assessed at between 5000 and 10,000 dollars.
And the great interest of the collection could also be felt on Sunday online, where there was laid the entire 56 bids.
- We have been very excited pladesamlingen. And the interest has been overwhelming, and the also went for 46.000 dollars, says Alexandra Nilsson.
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in General buyers do not whiten to bid over vurderingsprisen at this Sunday's auction.
- Overall, the numbers have been sold 50 percent of the assessment, and we are very happy with, says Alexandra Nilsson and adds, to the prince's collection of asian crafts was also a popular item for buyers.
- The most expensive number was two chinese plaques of jade, who went for 65,000 dollars, she says.
The chinese section of the auction consisted mainly of jadegenstande, but also featured several buddhist figures, which also aroused great interest among the buyers.
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According to Alexandra Nilsson will the vast majority of the prince's former belongings be on Danish soil.
- It has primarily been Danish buyers, and as at the latest auctions are the regular people, who want something that prince Henrik has owned.
- So we have got some new customers in the house, which might not normally buy at auction, she says.