FS: Miscellaneous film, some rare (Last call for bids)

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  1. jtay

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    FS: Miscellaneous film, some rare (Last call for bids.)

    [Repost because bidding will close soon.]

    Miscellaneous film, some rare.

    I'm closing my darkroom and my wife needed the freezer back. Large quantity of film available, some fairlyrare. Looking for vintage or experimental effects? This might be the thing for you.

    Details can be found at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...sUUhIN1E#gid=0

    Film was frozen for most of its life, until last fall (moved to a dry, unheatedgarage). Some will likely have lost speed, but clip testing can recalibrate.

    Sold as a full lot only (about 170 rolls, plus 7 boxes of sheet film) .

    Price: Best offer over $200 before September 15 (plus shipping from Tacoma, WA). Bidding will close at 11:59 pm Pacific Daylight time tomorrow, Saturday 9/15/2012.

    Sorry, I am unable to manage international shipments.

    Multiple other top of the line items also for sale (not yet priced but feel free to make offer):

    SaltHill 16x20 Cross Current Archival [print] Washer
    SaltHill 16x20 5-blade easel (see APUG classified)
    SaltHill SPI film washer
    SaltHill SPI film dryer
    Beseler Universal 11x14 4-bladed easel
    Grafmatic 6-sheet film magazines (4x5)
    Jobo CPE2 accessories (Jobosold, accessories still available) (see APUG classified)
    Tiffen 0.6 graduated ND filter (100 x 143 mm)
    Rolleiflex cameras (2)
    Darkroom sink 28" x 10 ft
    Alto's 4501 mat cutting system
    Water temperature control panel
    Saunders LPL 4500II Super Dichroic enlarger with custom cabinet
    Saunders Negative carriers:
    6x9
    6x6
    6x7
    645
    4x5
    35mm
    35mm slide
    Photographer'sFormulary PMK Pyro developer A+ B tomake 50 liters (unopened)
    KodakTechnidol developer - 24 packets to make 8 fl oz. each (unopened) SOLD

    Etc.

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  2. PanaDP

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    I was under the impression that a rule of the classifieds on this site are that prices must be stated.
     
  3. jtay

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    I'm sorry you have this concern.

    This is the guideline I followed, from the Rules for Classified Ads post:

    "While the community norm is to keep things simple--the seller names a price, and the buyer pays the price--there are no rules prohibiting calls for "best offer" just as there is no prohibition against potential buyers making offers lower than the advertised price. If sellers want to structure the sale in some other creative way, as long as it is not disruptive to the forum, it is up to potential buyers to accept or reject the terms of sale."

    I think the intent of this and the paragraph before it (in the rules) is to not use APUG to advertise eBay auctions, and I have not. These items have not been posted on eBay.

    I have no idea how to set a fixed price for the items I have posted, where I have asked for "best offer" above a minimum and before a deadline. Certainly you could think of my minimum as a stated price. Can you suggest a better way to value them?

    I don't think these postings are in any way disruptive to APUG.
     
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    My mistake. I'm probably getting confused with the LF forum.
     
  5. Ian Grant

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    Would help if youn stated what country it's in APUG is a very International community.

    Ian
     
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    You're right, Ian.

    I thought it would be clear with my mention of shipping from Tacoma, WA, but I can see that might be unclear to APUG members outside the US. I'm just outside Seattle, Washington, USA.