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23 Sep 2015
12:04:11pm
Ken TallPines recently asked what the bidding increments were, then answered his own question by finding Tim's article on it: http://stamporama.com/articles/display_article.php?id=RA3ImQ0ZlDgPY
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Did you know ... How the bid increment works in the Stamporama Auction?
by Tim Auld
27th of March 2010

For those of you who have been wondering how the Stamporama Auction bid increment calculation works, the following table sets out the Auction Lot Value Ranges and the Bid Increment applied by the bidding program.

From To Increment
.01 .99 .05
1.00 3.99 .10
4.00 9.99 .25
10.00 19.99 .50
20.00 49.99 1.00
50.00 99.99 2.50
100.00 249.99 5.00
250.00 499.99 10.00
500.00 2499.99 25.00
2500.00 4999.99 50.00
5000.00 99999.99 100.00


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23 Sep 2015
05:59:31pm
re: auction increments

In recent memory I can NOT remember any bids over $99.99, but of course, could be wrong. I did bid, a couple of years ago, $87 on a Russia #1, (what a beauty that was), but was forced to sell it for over $300 to feed my addiction for more stamps that I needed for my own collection. LOL
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24 Sep 2015
07:22:07am
re: auction increments

I sold a US Scott 1 with red cancel here for well over the $100 base

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24 Sep 2015
10:40:06am
re: auction increments

I'm certainly sorry to have missed that one.
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Editor, Seal News; contributor, JuicyHeads
23 Sep 2015
12:04:11pm

Ken TallPines recently asked what the bidding increments were, then answered his own question by finding Tim's article on it: http://stamporama.com/articles/display_article.php?id=RA3ImQ0ZlDgPY
for those who just want the facts: they are

Did you know ... How the bid increment works in the Stamporama Auction?
by Tim Auld
27th of March 2010

For those of you who have been wondering how the Stamporama Auction bid increment calculation works, the following table sets out the Auction Lot Value Ranges and the Bid Increment applied by the bidding program.

From To Increment
.01 .99 .05
1.00 3.99 .10
4.00 9.99 .25
10.00 19.99 .50
20.00 49.99 1.00
50.00 99.99 2.50
100.00 249.99 5.00
250.00 499.99 10.00
500.00 2499.99 25.00
2500.00 4999.99 50.00
5000.00 99999.99 100.00


(Modified by Moderator on 2015-09-23 13:53:45)

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23 Sep 2015
05:59:31pm

re: auction increments

In recent memory I can NOT remember any bids over $99.99, but of course, could be wrong. I did bid, a couple of years ago, $87 on a Russia #1, (what a beauty that was), but was forced to sell it for over $300 to feed my addiction for more stamps that I needed for my own collection. LOL
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24 Sep 2015
07:22:07am

re: auction increments

I sold a US Scott 1 with red cancel here for well over the $100 base

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24 Sep 2015
10:40:06am

re: auction increments

I'm certainly sorry to have missed that one.
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