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I'll bet you never knew how valuable your instruments are.
<http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/msg/2309639061.html>
 

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Which one are you talking about? Only thing sax type I see is a VII alto for $1,500.....A little low but not a steal.
 

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Yep,

While I personally think that even these late 400's SHOULD be worth $2500, I believe $650 to $800 would be the market value. :bluewink:
 

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Include the listing number when you transfer the url and it should get you there. I see the one you are referring to. You went to the Philadelphia Craig's List Musical Instruments but didn't get to the specific listing.
 

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Enviroguy: You are dead on with what sales are running on e-Bay. If you go to completed listings, the ones with prices in green are the ones that sold and what they sold for. I definitely understand what you mean about your "personal" value. I haven't even had a chance to start working on my Selmer stencil TT alto, but I already think I got more than my money's worth.
 
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