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    Beautiful Conn!

    This is the cleanest original 22b I've ever seen! Too bad the price is ridiculous.
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    Re: Beautiful Conn!

    You can make an offer (which says to me they don't know what it's worth). 2 offers so far and both not accepted. Probably one that will turn up in my Conn searches for awhile. It is purty though!
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    Re: Beautiful Conn!

    Is there a way to tell how much the other two rejected offers were? That could be a clue as to what he might sell it for.

    Some people get a hold of something with a vintage name on it and they see stars. Don't those normally go for around 3 or 400 dollars?

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    Re: Beautiful Conn!

    This horn should fetch between $700 and $1000, $1100 on a really good day. I've dealt with this seller before and found him to be a bit of a hard head, but we did end up leaving eachother positive feedback.

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    Re: Beautiful Conn!

    Quote Originally Posted by turtlejimmy View Post
    Is there a way to tell how much the other two rejected offers were? That could be a clue as to what he might sell it for.

    Some people get a hold of something with a vintage name on it and they see stars. Don't those normally go for around 3 or 400 dollars?

    Turtle
    No you can't see the offers (or the bidders full id). That wouldn't work for the seller. This one should go for more than that because it's "pristine". 1500?! SERIOUSLY doubt it gets that much unless some "Indian chief " is looking without knowing.
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    By the inch it's a cinch, by the yard, it's hard!

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