Lego can sometimes prove to be a good investment, but above all for me it is a nice hobby.
Equipped with nothing but their imagination and a large number of Lego sets, Rolf Nagtzaam and his little brother used to spend hours playing with lego in the attic of their childhood home. In the years that followed his love for Lego died down, but it never completely vanished. Fifteen years ago took his hobby back up again and started to collect the Lego sets that he didn't have when he was younger, which reinstated his passion like never before. Rolf Nagtzaam started to buy more and more Lego and to be able to afford this hobby, he also started selling. Consequently, he has established a vast network of other collectors, shopkeepers and enthusiasts.
Even though more and more people have become interested in Lego as an investment, for Rolf Nagtzaam it is above all an enjoyable hobby that he likes to spend time on. That he was able to turn his hobby into his career, was a bonus. He composes his auctions with great enthusiasm and he likes to take current events into account to make his auctions even more interesting. In addition, Rolf Nagtzaam strives to keep the quality of his auctions high with a good presentation of the lots, complete sets and neat boxes. Through doing so, the Lego auctions appeal to a more and more international audience as they provide a place where enthusiasts and collectors from all over the world can freely bid on Lego objects.
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2. Submit items
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3. The thrill of auction
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