Anyone who finds their way to “Bares for Rares” naturally wants to go to the dealer’s room with their sweethearts. Moderator Horst Lichter acts as bouncer, who in this case kept the key.Bares for rares – the junk show with Horst Lichter If the desired price and expertise agree to some extent, pulls out “Cash for Rares“-Moderator Horst Lichter the coveted dealer card and nothing stands in the way of haggling. If the gap between pricing and the pain threshold is too big, the good man has some leeway to assess whether a trip to Waldi and Co. could still be worthwhile or whether it would be better to end the whole matter. In the case of saleswoman Katja Bogdanski, Horst Lichter opted for the second variant, also to protect the lady from an even greater disappointment than she had to endure anyway. The passionate perfume collector wanted to part with a whole bundle of fine fragrances, but unfortunately her desired sum of 7,000 euros was an absolute dream price, for which a crazy person would first have to be found who would actually be willing to dig deep into their pockets to grab. For a complete sale, expert Dr. Heide Rezepa-Zabel unfortunately only 1,500 euros for realistic.
What Dickie Hoppenstedt would have said: We bet on “Zicke, zacke, Hühnerkacke!”© ZDF
Sale failed: Former child actress does not get a dealer card
For those of Dr. Heide Rezepa-Zabel, Katja Bogdanski did not want to part with her collection, which Horst Lichter found understandable. Since he suspected that no miracles could be expected in the dealer’s room and he rather feared that even smaller amounts would be offered, he left the dealer’s card in his pocket and recommended that the friendly lady go home. However, she did not do so without pointing out a special feature in her CV, which amazed not only Horst Lichter, but also his expert. As a child, the Lüneburg native played the girl “Dickie” in the famous sketches by Loriot. Among other things, she was the one who put the Hoppenstedt family in front of the television at Christmas to watch the legendary cartoon with the two gentlemen in the bathroom arguing about whether the duck should be let into the water or not. You can find out why Lucki no longer participates in “Bares for Rares” in the video. “Bares for Rares” runs on weekdays at 3:05 p.m. on ZDF, the offshoot ZDF Neo broadcasts repeats at 8:50 a.m. and at 6:30 p.m. The concept has not changed to this day. People like Katja Bogdanski have their exhibits evaluated by experts and then haggle over the price in the dealer’s room. Do you collect antiques or just junk? Test your knowledge with the Bares for Rares quiz: Did you enjoy this article? Discuss with us about current cinema releases, your favorite series and films that you are longingly waiting for – on
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