Target Balls Auction Sets Record Prices - Peter Frobouck Collection - 2010 Sale


American Bottle Auctions just sent this announcement --

"When They're Gone, They're Gone"

The Peter Frobouck Collection Part 2 will be making it's final leg towards the runway as it ends Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Pacific time. As we all know, the best of the target balls come up only rarely, and this auction has the very best of the best. Since this might be the last auction of top quality rare balls for some time, this is your chance to pick up the seldom seen target ball you've been waiting for. So check it out, if you don't have an ID or password, let us know and we'll get you going. Meanwhile, check out the site at www.americanbottle.com and see if there isn't something that catches your eye. Two days to go and that's it. When they're gone, they're gone.

Thursday 7/29/10 -- update:



An Agnew & Brown 3-inch target ball from the 1870s, showing an embossed pigeon on the reverse side and quite possibly the only picture target ball ever made in glass, soared to $29,120 - a new world record for a target ball at auction - in an online auction held July 15-22, 2010 by American Bottle Auctions.

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