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1.4 - Can you make advance bids?

1800, 1827Jr, 1830, 1830BC, 1832, 1849v4, 1850, 1854, 1856, 1862, 1870, 1889, 18C2C, 18EC, 18EZ Level 3, 18GA, 18Mex, 18NL, 18Rhl Rhineland, 18TN Yes, at 5 or more over par and over any other bid.
1812, 1824, 1825, 1829, 1835, 1837, 1837SX, 1838 Rheinland, 1844, 1842, 1848, 1851, 1858, 1860, 1861, 1873, 1895, 18Ardennes, 18Dixie, 18EU, 18MS, 18Ruhr, 18West (v2.3 retuned), Poseidon, Rolling Stock, Steam Over Holland
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1826, 1880, 18GL, 18NY, 18PA, 18VA Yes, at a multiple of 5 over par and over any other bid.
1829 Mainline, 1831, 1846, 1853, 1853 v2, 1862EA, 1865 Sardinia, 1895, 18EZ Levels 1 and 2, 18US, 18West (v1.0), Crisis Not applicable.
1841, 1898 Initial sale is by tender.
1849v1&3 Yes, at 5 over any other bid, for the initial concessions.
18FL No. Privates are bought at face value, following a bidding process to determine the order in which players make their purchases.
18MW Yes, the first on a private must be at par, others must be at least 5 over any other bid.
18Neb Yes, the first may be at par, later bids must be at a multiple of 5 over the last bid.
18Scan No, but bids are made in multiples of 5 for the right to make the next purchase.
2038 Yes, at or over par and 5 or more over any other bid.

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