1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by rareauldmealtimes » Tue Apr 09, 2019 9:36 am

amram wrote:
Tue Apr 09, 2019 8:06 am
lets pool some dough and everyone can get a piece to try
I would totally do that if we made an offer that was reasonable and cost per person wasn't nuts. I say that loosely we are talking about buy 75+ year old chocolate here so we are all a bit nuts! I'd be more willing to give the one that's already in the US a shot since It shows the chocolate that looks like it is in decent condition. Not even very bloomed by looks of it! Would be quite a expensive endeavor. Looks like there is eight pieces. Is there one disc of chocolate or two? Thinking one. If we can get a few people to commit... i'd be more than happy to get this out to the guys that pool the money together.

I just sent the US based 1944 guy a message about lowest price he'd take, how many disks, any more info etc...

Sounds like the one from faf18 was ground dug by a relic hunter. Not high hopes for the contents being decent there.

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by KML1989 » Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:27 am

rareauldmealtimes wrote:
Tue Apr 09, 2019 9:36 am
amram wrote:
Tue Apr 09, 2019 8:06 am
lets pool some dough and everyone can get a piece to try
I would totally do that if we made an offer that was reasonable and cost per person wasn't nuts. I say that loosely we are talking about buy 75+ year old chocolate here so we are all a bit nuts! I'd be more willing to give the one that's already in the US a shot since It shows the chocolate that looks like it is in decent condition. Not even very bloomed by looks of it! Would be quite a expensive endeavor. Looks like there is eight pieces. Is there one disc of chocolate or two? Thinking one. If we can get a few people to commit... i'd be more than happy to get this out to the guys that pool the money together.

I just sent the US based 1944 guy a message about lowest price he'd take, how many disks, any more info etc...

Sounds like the one from faf18 was ground dug by a relic hunter. Not high hopes for the contents being decent there.
The owner said she would send me more pictures tonight. I'll keep everyone updated

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by rareauldmealtimes » Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:34 am

Ha, I think we both messaged her! Here's what I got from her.
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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by KML1989 » Tue Apr 09, 2019 11:06 am

rareauldmealtimes wrote:
Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:34 am
Ha, I think we both messaged her! Here's what I got from her.
I definitely don't think it's worth more, especially unsealed like it is

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by KML1989 » Tue Apr 09, 2019 11:19 am

I'm thinking $300 would be a fair price, no?

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by amram » Tue Apr 09, 2019 1:39 pm

Yeah, def only one disk. 300 seems reasonable. Hopefully they havent thrown a new choc disk in an old tin.

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by amram » Tue Apr 09, 2019 1:57 pm

split 8 ways, 37.50 ea

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by rareauldmealtimes » Tue Apr 09, 2019 3:10 pm

Here's some better pictures. This is interesting! It's in a cardboard container...! Perhaps because it was late war production with metal scarcity? Very interesting!

It being in a cardboard container is a bit of a let down. What do you guys think?
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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by KML1989 » Tue Apr 09, 2019 3:26 pm

Idk man. I want to buy it, but she won't take $300. This one may be lost, boys :(

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Re: 1941 & 1944 Scho-Ka-Kola on Ebay still with chocolate. German WW2 Chocolate

Post by amram » Tue Apr 09, 2019 5:22 pm

Id pass, a sealed tin will come along eventually. just have to watch.

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