WesRist Posted April 20, 2005 Report Share Posted April 20, 2005 OK, this may sound like a stupid question, but there are a lot of violins on E-Bay, and many don't seem to have a reserve, I'm giggling as I write this because there are a couple coming to a close, with no reserve, and while they look like nice violins they are only bid up to $30 or $60!?! I mean, even if I wanted a violin to smash up at performances, that's just hilarious! I thought if they don't say "Reserve not met" then there was no reserve, yet why don't these items say "No Reserve" then? Do people really buy (what look like) $800 violins for $60 bucks now and then? I'm confused (and amused). Thanks! Wes Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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