That’s good. In mid 2019 he quoted me “ $180 for rubber and $220 for non-ferrous metal (no steel)” so $150 is good. Consistency in pricing is also good too. He does do great work though.Marks work is second to none.
I recently had him reface my old Mark Spencer piece.
This is one of his very early pieces.
It was already great and is now spectacular.
I think it cost me $150.
Mark was hesitant to send it back to me as it played better than his own personal piece.
Just found it and yes it was $150 for the reface.I’m not certain on that price, but I’ll look for our correspondence to confirm.