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|BMP on eBay|
|Topic Started: Apr 30 2008, 03:30 PM (319 Views)|
|Staff||Apr 30 2008, 03:30 PM Post #1|
Above is a link to BMP on eBay.ca. I often see BMP in other areas of eBay, but that is the pottery pages. I have trouble looking through there without placing a bid on at least one thing. lol
Often you will see pottery listed as BMP when it is not. It is a common complaint, and on-going problem because most people cannot distinguish it from similar pottery, unless it's marked. Unfortunately, Blue Mountain Pottery is not all marked.
Also, you will see the word "Rare" flung about freely. I may be mistaken, but I believe there are few BMP pieces truly considered "rare". I would like an expert to address that. Hard to find might better describe some pieces.
"Mint" is another term seen often. Be wary of inexperienced, or deceiving sellers. Sadly, there are many. Some have been told repeatedly that their pieces are not BMP, but they continue to list them as such because the name fetches more money than "unknown".
If you see something on eBay, and you cannot tell if it is true BMP, post the number of the listing and we'll try to help!
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