Yeah, if he goes an lower he'll be competing with the cost of a stack of old books to flatten prints.
I grew up in L.A. and I'm tempted to just drive down from Seattle and buy it myself. And I already own a 210M-X in what looks like the same near-pristine condition. You don't often see the yellow pads looking as clean as this one. And I paid $780 for mine.
Sorry for intruding Daniel. But this is driving me crazy...
Keep it !!! It is the friendliest drymounting press that can easily handle 20X24. Just find a place where you're moving to, that can use it and will let you use it !!! I paid 450 euros for mine four months ago and would again . . .
this press is now in 'pending' status to a new owner over on LFF