I had a pretty good feeling that he knew the value of it..... It would be hard for anyone not to know that unless he was a total tard. I am not surprised that he was upset no thief wants to be called on it. Even when it is in a gentlemanly wayYes.
I sent him a message to let him know the value of it, (yes, I was nice about it) and to let him know it may not sell at that price, and if he re-listed it he could save himself a little money by starting the price a little lower.
He told me to go F myself. He said "I'll list it any way I want and when it sells I'll take a vacation to the cape!" and then he threw in the other thing....
I'm sure he believed what he was saying when he said "Go F yourself."Some people you just can't help.He may beleive whta he's saying. I talked to am man woce that was sure he was the son of Capt. E.J. Smith : Capt. of Titanic. He was 38 at the time. Titanic sank in 1912.