Queen Anne No. 0 on eBay

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Queen Anne No. 0 on eBay

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This is actually only 50 minutes or so from me, so if anyone wants to buy it for me I’d be willing to do that :lol:. Very impressive.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre ... 2551815953

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Wow, but I think $7900 might be a bit of a stretch. I love these art models and I'm glad to have two different ones plus my "new" Vernis Martin XVI that I've yet to do anything with, so someone else can have this one.

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It is really beautiful. Here is a picture.
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I overhauled the motor on this machine a few weeks ago. It is in very good condition and quite impressive if you like that decorative style.

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Looks like the one that was just at Stanton's last fall.
The black needle draws looks a bit odd. There are a few others owned by forum members.
Is this correct??

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I noticed that as well. Sorta like the one included with the VV-130. I also noticed the auto brake seems to have been replaced with a nickel one. Not too hard to find a replacement though.

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GregVTLA wrote:I noticed that as well. Sorta like the one included with the VV-130. I also noticed the auto brake seems to have been replaced with a nickel one. Not too hard to find a replacement though.

It's gold, just the way the light is reflecting from it.

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The black needle draws looks a bit odd. There are a few others owned by forum members.
Is this correct??
The drawer in #503 is orange and framed in gold. Good catch. I don't think the asking price is out of line. Of course this is coming from a fortunate collector that is a proud owner. 8-)

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WOW. That is like a dream machine of mine. ::drools all over keyboard:: Maybe in 18 years when my last baby moves out of the house I can afford one :lol:

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Jerry B. wrote:
The black needle draws looks a bit odd. There are a few others owned by forum members.
Is this correct??
The drawer in #503 is orange and framed in gold. Good catch. I don't think the asking price is out of line. Of course this is coming from a fortunate collector that is a proud owner. 8-)
Jerry B.
Are the inside of the doors on your machine plain Chinese Red? My Chinese Chippendale and Black VV-130 have gold vine type paintings.

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