Hols4H: Green German Police Koala 'Clip Bear' - ends 18/10/10

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  1. YesItsMe

    YesItsMe LE Good Egg (charities)

    In this auction you can bid for

    An Original German Police Koala Clip Bear

    It's one of those bears produced for the German Police Association,
    with the correct police hat and police insignia as well.
    (He's even wearing the correct tie. :-D )

    The bear is about 4" high and you can 'clip' his arms around whatever you like. ;-)

    This is what the bear looks like:


    The auction will run for a week, so please make your bids before

    Monday, 18th of October, 1800 hrs.

    ( Just to make sure, this is GMT. )

    Please support the good cause ! Thank you !​
  2. 10 quid

    ******* change the 10 letter rule.
  3. Not another bear!!!!.........................£11 :grin:
  4. YesItsMe

    YesItsMe LE Good Egg (charities)

    Thank you both. :thumleft:

    You wanna start collecting them, Recce ? ;-)
  5. Haha, I just know a nice person who would love this. :wink: ...Now, if you managed to get hold of the other German police bear, that I didn't win again......... :grin:
  6. 15 quid

    ******* bastard 10 letter rule.
  7. **** off! It's mine.............£16! (that's an exclamation mark NOT a one!).
  8. Oh it is, is it? 17 quid
  9. Why yes it is.....£18 of your English pounds.
  10. Why no its not, 19 quid.
  11. Ah but it is! £20
  12. YesItsMe

    YesItsMe LE Good Egg (charities)

    I think you both are doing great and thank you for your bids. :thumright:

    Now you two go on with your 'conversation', and I'll try to get another 'big German Police Teddy Bear'. :)
  13. Ah but it isnt, 21 quid.

  14. Carry on like this and I'll set thebigdrizzle - or whatever his ******* name is - on you...£22.
  15. I think he's busy bumming cadets whilst wearing an SAS beret.

    23 pounds