https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RARE-NOS-Sei ... 4403396630
It was admittedly in very nice almost mint condition, but hardly worth anything like his risible 850 Euros asking price.
What I found incredible (and quite disgusting) was that he also uploaded half a dozen photos of it in that much re-used Seiko presentation box, that is still full of dead skin flakes.
Three days later, for good measure (and more visibility) he'd also listed it in parallel on the Italian classified site Subito.
https://www.subito.it/abbigliamento-acc ... 127095.htm
Bearing in mind what I'd written fairly recently, in this other thread, which documents his earlier shill bidding activity:
He took me slightly by surprise a week ago today, when instead of re-listing it as another Buy-it-Now listing, with a slightly reduced price, instead he reverted back and re-listed it as a 7-day auction, with an opening price of 1 Euro.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RARE-Seiko-Q ... 4414384326
Earlier this morning, with only 8 hours of the auction remaining, the bidding had stalled at just 251 Euros. In fact it had earlier reached 253 Euros, but the high bidder had subsequently retracted their bid.
The auction ended a few moments ago, with the bidding jumping from 351 Euros to 651 Euros in the final seconds !
For that reason, the eBay Bidding History warrants closer scrutiny.
The losing bidder with a feedback of 75, who bid 649 Euros with less than 5 minutes remaining, has 100% bidding activity with this seller, clearly pointing to their being a shill. Depending which screen you're viewing, eBay gives different encrypted ID's: 8***3 or 6***r (which is a much better clue as to their true identity).
As expected, it's another of Giuseppe's multiple eBay ID's and previously proven shill bidding accomplice: russell_06.