As long as you like the art and bought to keep your in good shape.
I frequent several auctions per cruise and especially like when they have high end stuff for display like Picasso and things you usually wouldn't see outside of a museum setting. That being said they make up retail prices to be able to say its 75% off that made up number. It's like buying a car if you paid close to retail your a sucker but if you love the car then who cares.
I've seen a lot of people get excited and bid and immediately say crap what did I just buy. Like the free art you can win that you have to pay shipping for and buy the $250 frame.
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Because this is their first post and only post, and all they're doing is stating how great Park West is, I am VERY suspect about this posting!
Quite frankly, Park West has gotten and continues to get very negative comments from many many people. There have been alot of stories done about them, including one on 60 Minutes! I seriously doubt they changed their stripes overnight.
If you had a good experience, that's great, but you are definitely among the very small minority as it has been proven that the overwhelming stuff they sell is not worth what you pay for it let alone what they say it's worth.
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