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#704166 Fri Feb 09 2018 04:12 PM
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How much could this sign be worth? I don't recall seeing one with no stripes on top. Not in the best of shapes but I still like it

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Re: Shell Sign Value
hdavis #704444 Mon Feb 12 2018 05:57 PM
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In that condition not much. Set your self a price and make a offer, go from there, kind of a ***** shoot. Personally myself I would not go over $50 but let your passion be your guide.

Re: Shell Sign Value
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Originally Posted by Terry Flannery
In that condition not much.


minimal .. ... cool

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Re: Shell Sign Value
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Hey Randy... don't you think maybe more like 150-200 here on the west coast?

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ironheadtom #704457 Mon Feb 12 2018 09:26 PM
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I guess its in the eyes of the beholder- a good fence hanger
"BUY QUALITY" even if it cost too much .. ... cool


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Ill throw my two cents in here I guess. It seems to me that there is a growing group of collectors that prefer signs with patina ,and wear. Some seem to go with the" more damage , the better" thought pattern. seems mostly like guys who decorate their garage and man caves with their collection. I have to admit that I like the aged look, when its set up properly, myself. For sure a different school of collectors than most guys that have been collecting specific items to build and improve their collections for years.

I guess its supply and demand, as well.Prices seem to be going crazy around here lately

After saying all that , I wouldnt be surprised to see that sign sell rather quickly around here for a few hundred.

Re: Shell Sign Value
Terry Flannery #704464 Mon Feb 12 2018 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Terry Flannery
In that condition not much. Set your self a price and make a offer, go from there, kind of a ***** shoot. Personally myself I would not go over $50 but let your passion be your guide.


I agree,not one I would be interested in regardless of price.We ALL have different ideas so that is a good thing!


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