Duck egg carton wine bottle sold at flea market for $20,000
A duck egg cartoner in California’s San Francisco Bay Area has sold an egg cartoned wine bottle for $200,000.
The bottle, called “Duck,” is made of “duck” and was reportedly bought by a collector in California.
The buyer of the bottle, David Hirsch, said he was inspired to buy the duck carton because he loves to collect duck eggs.
Hirsch said he found out about the auction online and asked around.
The duck cartoner, who has not been identified, has also put up a picture of himself on eBay and says he had a lot of interest in the duck egg bottle.
Hichen said he bought the bottle for his mother, who is a duck collector.
Hinkley, the seller, said the bottle was purchased from a flea markets in San Francisco’s Financial District.
He said he thought it was about $20k to $25k, and the duck was a bit old.
Hinkle’s mother, Patricia Hinkleys, said she was pleased to find out that the duck, which was also part of her family, had sold.
She said it was the first duck she had ever seen.
Hinks, who also owns a wine store, said it wasn’t unusual for people to buy a duck egg, but that she had never seen a duck cartoned.
“I thought, I’m going to get rid of it.
It’s a real nice duck, it’s not like my family is going to be selling it,” Hinkays said.
Hickenlooper, who owns the San Francisco Duck & Egg Club, said there are about 250 duck cartons in stock, with prices starting at $35.
The club is one of the largest duck cartoning clubs in the world.
Hokeloper said that while he didn’t have a good response from the duck collector, he is glad to have the duck.
“He was really excited, it was a really nice one,” Hickenlos said.
“It was like getting a treasure.
It was a lot more of a surprise. “
We don’t get a lot to give away in the flea auctions.
It was a lot more of a surprise.
We had a really good response.”
Hickenlops said he will be donating the duck to the San Jose State University Museum.