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Jan Fedder Auction: Bid on North Germany’s Favorite Treasures

Fans of the actor Jan Fedder, who died in 2019, will be able to bid for several of North Germany’s favorite pieces in the coming days. In several auctions, his widow Marion Fedder sells, among other things, classic cars, a motorcycle, a record player and a toaster on a large online auction platform. They all have a starting offer of one euro.

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Among the precious emotional pieces is a Mercedes Ponton 180 D from 1960. The historic vehicle has been owned by the popular actor and honorary police commissioner since 2000 Hamburg said the widow of the German News Agency in Hamburg. The registration and license of the vehicle was given in the name of the actor. “The vehicle is still registered, but no MOT. The vehicle sat in his car barn for a long time. Now he should find a new lover,” said Marion Fedder. The car auction started on Friday night, shortly after it started there were 19 bids, the highest bid was 8200 euros.

Also going under the hammer is a vintage motorcycle, a Moto Guzzi California 850 T3 from 1978. “This rare motorcycle was built by the Italian Police led and is a very handsome model,” said Marion Fedder. The two-wheeler has exceptionally good cornering ability, Jan has had it since 2004 and is even still registered. “The new owner could drive off immediately. ”

Also for sale is a Hawaiian roaster that Jan Fedder received as a gift from TV chef Tim Mälzer for his 50th birthday. “This roaster brand “Heinzelkoch” is extremely rare: No. 1 of a total of three examples from the German Museum.” The device has some signs of wear, but is in excellent condition. The widow could not say whether the roaster could make Hawaiian toast. “It was only used by Jan Fedder as a display piece.” You can also apply for a lighter version of Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt with a federal eagle.

In the last few years after Jan Fedder’s death, his widow had again sold or auctioned off her husband’s valuables. The money raised went to Michel from Hamburg, whom Fedder held in high esteem.

Marion Fedder now wants to use the money from the new auctions to preserve her husband’s estate​​​​​​ and create other places of remembrance. “So that Jan can live on as a legend.” The auctions run until Sunday, April 28, 8pm.

2024-04-20 02:08:21
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