I think there is no common price
Standard models are priced as they average 75 to 80 € (depend state)
and there is the Other ,the rare type
which immediately if they buy if shows up one-one piece
because it can be a waiting
What these pieces reappears
therefore no prices
I'm looking for EK II 1939: B.H.Mayer: A and B core,mm L/18 and schinkel type ,,,EK1 Round-3 with Deschler frame and Friedrich Sedlatzek pin and SB variant
01-05-2014 11:02 AM
I have a Niemann Price Guide, which lists suggested prices for several EK variants, such as Schinkels, Round 3s, Uebergrosse...but not according to manufacturers...Lowest price listed is 60 Euros for a basic unmarked EKII up to 600 Euros for an Uebergrosse...
this book was a good guide to prices...
What i wanted to do all together is to give a value and make it public... something dateing up today and not 5 yeras ago!
You would be doing really well these days if you could sell an übergroße cross for €600...
€450 is about as good as it gets.
Although I am pretty much out of the game these days, IMO, these would be the sort of prices I would expect to pay:
Common unmarked: +/- €60
Common marked: +/- €70-80
Uncommon marked: +/- €80-95
Rare marked: +/- €100-150
Very Rare marked: +/- €140-200
Common Schinkelform/Round 3 and other variants: +/- €200-250
übergroße fullsize: +/- €450
übergroße little brother: +/- €350-400
After that you are entering the higher end, extremely hard to find area: straight nine, Schinkel B etc.
Regards - Danny
a little step to my idea of creating a price list... can i ask if anybody have a straight 9 (a good 1) to show?