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FY1

lot n° / prix (* : lots regroupés)

1 180

2 350

3 550

4 550

5 170

6 350

7 170

8 150

9 180

10 120

11 200

12 180

13 350

14 450

15 580

16 1 200

17 800

18 1 200

19 300

20 350

21 450

22 3 500

23 3 200

24 35 000

25 52 000

26 220

27 1 200

28 11 000

29 5 000

30 1 200

31 1 500

32 2 200

33 850

34 4 000

36 8 000

37 4 500

38 1 500

39 4 000

40 2 600

41 1 300

43 1 200

44 35 000

45 2 300

46 250

47 2 500

48 220

49 3 000

50 2 500

51 5 300

52 500

53 5 600

54 2 000

55 3 300

56 3 000

57 450

58 5 500

59 6 000

60 150

61 9 000

62 7 800

63 1 100

64 800

65 1 200

66 2 200

67 5 500

68 800

69 37 000

70 2 200

71 1 500

72 450

73 900

74 450

75 2 500

76 1 800

77 550

78 1 300

79 1 500

80 1 300

81 450

82 850

83 700

84 1 800

85 1 600

86 1 700

87 600

88 550

89 650

90 120

91 3 800

92 800

93 300

94 850

95 300

96 350

97 250

98 750

99 450

100 250

101 850

102 450

103 900

104 500

105 300

106 100

107 130

108 350

109 300

110 220

111 850

112 550

113 400

114 550

115 1 500

116 6 200

117 700

118 500

119 50 000

120 32 000

121 7 500

122 28 000

123 5 800

124 4 500

125 6 200

126 1 800

127 9 500

128 2 500

129 2 500

130 400

131 6 800

132 1 500

133 25 000

134 1 300

135 1 800

136 550

137 4 200

138 15 000

139 2 300

140 6 000

141 7 500

142 10 500

143 21 000

144 8 500

145 1 000

146 2 000

147 700

148 10 500

149 90 000

150 500

151 2 100

152 1 100

153 1 000

154 750

155 200

156 200

157 15 000

158 1 000

159 4 800

160 17 000

161 1 000

162 1 000

163 4 200

164 400 000

165 30 000

166 7 500

167 55 000

168 13 000

169 22 000

170 1 800

171 2 500

172 2 400

173 16 000

174 5 000

175 5 000

176 6 000

177 5 000

178 3 000

179 400

180 1 050

181 2 000

182 900

183 1 200

184 5 800

185 75 000

186 7 500

187 5 000

188 82 000

189 900

190 105 000

191 45 000

192 16 000

193 2 200

194 4 800

195 4 500

196 1 200

197 2 000

198 550

199 400

200 140 000

201 20 000

202 75 000

203 90 000

205 29 000

206 60 000

207 8 500

208 50 000

209 1 500

210 8 000

211 25 000

212 17 000

213 2 900

214 3 500

215 2 500

216 4 000

217 700

218 600

219 3 000

220 1 800

222 2 000

223 1 100

224 250

225 880

226 4 000

227 2 600

228 2 400

229 6 500

230 600

231 2 600

232 4 000

233 1 200

234 1 100

235 1 800

236 1 900

237 2 500

238 2 700

239 3 800

240 1 400

241 1 700

242 4 100

243 1 700

244 2 600

245 4 000

246 1 300

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