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Sajen 30th December 2009 12:11 AM

Just ended on e-bay
 
This one just ended on e-bay, pls read the describing carefully!! :D

http://cgi.ebay.com/BALI-KERIS-KRIS...=item1c0ed8b667

Rick 30th December 2009 12:17 AM

Sad
 
Typical crap from a long time vendor . :shrug:

Such a shame .

MMTB*

*More money than brains .

Actually this looks too fantastic to be real . :rolleyes:

asomotif 30th December 2009 12:28 AM

Nice story.
It must be true as it is comming from the jade specialist :D :D

A very lifely keris, that changed from 13 to 9 luks somewhere in the description. Again proof of its special powers :eek:

David 30th December 2009 01:40 AM

Well, at least he has stopped using sympathy for his cancer as a selling point. :rolleyes:

Hartadi 30th December 2009 03:28 AM

12 Bid for Java keris with Bali description ??? well.. unsold :confused: , really explained what it is :shrug:

Gavin Nugent 1st January 2010 01:13 AM

Geez
 
Geez, you would think she could have afforded to have her nails done at that price.... :p

:confused:

GIO 1st January 2010 07:06 PM

But nobody has considered the value of the TUAH.....

Moshah 4th January 2010 12:12 AM

Sometimes this kind of occurrence really tells us why knowledge and experience are important.

Even a scholar can be cheated off something he barely knows...

Freddy 18th January 2010 08:14 PM

The handle of this piece is African. Probably a small bone or even ivory statue from the Lega tribe in Congo...a new one ! :shrug: :eek: :rolleyes:

asomotif 18th January 2010 08:28 PM

Quote:
The handle of this piece is African. Probably a small bone or even ivory statue from the Lega tribe in Congo...a new one !


Wow, imagine how special the warrior was, who owned this special flying dragon tiger ruby super magic tuah keris. (or something like that)
His influence crossed the Indian ocean all the way to africa :eek: :p

Rick 18th January 2010 09:53 PM

Tut tut . ;)
Discuss the keris and not the Seller guys . ;)

David 19th January 2010 12:25 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rick
Tut tut . ;)
Discuss the keris and not the Seller guys . ;)

Yep, and i am as guilty as the next guy for making a comment that is aimed more at the seller than the keris itself. In fact, it seems to me that just about all of our comments on this thread are really directed towards the seller either directly or indirectly and at this point i don't see any constructive point to keeping the thread open. No fingers pointed anywhere here, but i think it's best if we put this one to bed.
:)


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