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Post# 460277   2/13/2023 at 14:28 by OhioVacuums (Ohio)        

A few interesting machines in the collection. Not sure where these came from ?

Post# 460282 , Reply# 1   2/13/2023 at 15:34 by Hoover300 (Kentucky)        

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I'd love to know more about these, the Crusader looks like Regina made? The first GE I've never seen, the small GE with the smooth head I've only seen in ads.

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Post# 460290 , Reply# 2   2/13/2023 at 19:40 by Centralvacs1928 (Chicagoland)        

Some good stuff there. Wonder whose collection it was?

I'm intrigued by the early Regina Electrikbroom. The later ones are just kind of cheap and nasty (IMO) but the first generation one has a charm about it.

Post# 460299 , Reply# 3   2/14/2023 at 07:55 by royalsuper (france )        

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indeed, many beautiful machines in this trailer, all this would make the happiness of a young beginner collector !but the regina is the most interesting....I hope that most of these treasures will join a home very soon !

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Post# 460300 , Reply# 4   2/14/2023 at 08:08 by rugsucker (Elizabethton TN)        
Collection in PA

Some nice,early,hard to find vacs!
The T shaped GE polisher should have 4 brushes under with "GE" in center of each.The polisher beside it has bristles on side of brush.Anyone know why??

Post# 460308 , Reply# 5   2/14/2023 at 18:01 by huskyvacs (Gnaw Bone, Indiana)        

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Collector had a good eye for vacuums. Wonder how much this flipper paid for the lot to think it's worth $2,500.

$2,500 divided by +/- "50" works out to $50 a vacuum (less if there's more than 50) which isn't really that bad considering.

A lot of rare vacuums in there in great shape that you wouldn't find for $50 anywhere else, so that much is going for it. Just a large chunk of cash to spend at once unless you know you can make the money back.

Post# 460321 , Reply# 6   2/15/2023 at 10:04 by rugsucker (Elizabethton TN)        
"--$50 a vacuum -- which isn't really that bad--"

You could have many of the same or similar vacs here for $50 or LESS and choose quantity starting at 1.

Post# 460337 , Reply# 7   2/15/2023 at 18:33 by Lesinutah (Utah)        

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Not overly impressed with the desirability of the vacuums in the collection. There are some rare vacuums but most the vacuums are lacking original parts. The vacuum he has you can't find anything for.
I wouldn't buy it because I'd want them original. I also think the price for the quality isn't there or even close. That just my opinion.

Post# 460501 , Reply# 8   2/21/2023 at 11:10 by OhioVacuums (Ohio)        

Sold for $ 2,600
I'm assuming it's someone on this site.....
If you are selling some..I'd be interested in 2-3 of them

Post# 460502 , Reply# 9   2/21/2023 at 11:25 by Hoover300 (Kentucky)        

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Same here, the Eureka model R especially.

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