“Bares for Rares”: Susan Steiger faces incredible things in front of the disco

“Bares for Rares”: Susan Steiger faces incredible things in front of the disco

‘Bares for Rares’: Susan Steiger waits in front of the disco – what happened next, she couldn’t have guessed

05/15/2022 at 11:48 am

Cash for Rares: These are the merchants

Cash for Rares: These are the merchants

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Then someone said again,Cash for Rares– Traders will not be real TV stars!

At least since her first appearance on the ZDF Flea Show.”Cash for RaresSusan Steiger is known throughout Germany. How famous a jeweler is by shape, I finally tested on the open street.

‘Bares for Rares’: Susan Steiger doesn’t want to allow herself to reward celebrities

Susan Steiger is now part of the “Bares for Rares” veteran. Since the second season in 2014, the Aachen native has had a place in the distributor’s room at the ZDF fair.

In November 2021, one episode of the format alone reached 2.34 million viewers. Reviews that other products can only dream of. With this access, of course, the awareness level of Susan Steiger and her retail colleagues rises.

Have you ever used it in your private life? Who wouldn’t want to play the celebrity card to put themselves in a better position or have special perks? Suzy, as the 39-year-old was called on ZDF, at least not!


Three facts about “Bares for Rares” star Susan Steiger:

  • Since 2015 it has been certified as a diamond appraiser by HRD Antwerp
  • In 2016, she took 176th place in the “Rhineland Show Jumping Ranking List” – in the Rhineland-Palatinate she reached 57th place
  • At Bares for Rares, she was awarded a gold jewelry cross studded with 40 carats of diamonds and papal-sealed wood shards for €42,000 – a record value of a ZDF bid


The guard recognizes the “Bares for Rares” dealer – “I was really uncomfortable”

When asked about it by ZDF editors, Susan Steiger was embarrassed: “Well, I’ve never used my name directly before.” However, the merchant recalls an experience in front of a nightclub that she still couldn’t get past to this day.

“I went to Dusseldorf for dinner with friends and then we wanted to go to the club. There was a huge queue in front of the club and I was standing in line at the back and the bouncer saw me too,” says Susan. Shortly thereafter, security waved her.

“Then I crossed the line and felt really uncomfortable because everyone was waiting and I was inside,” Susi says, upset about the evening. She would never have thought that an unwanted offer would bring her advantages when partying.


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In a previous interview with “Bares for Rares,” Susan Steiger revealed the man her heart is beating for.


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