EBPL yeah right, but the 2nd one is interesting

These Peg Legs were created by the polishing (or abrading) done to the area between Ike's head and the "R" on the working or master dies.
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Re: EBPL yeah right, but the 2nd one is interesting

Post by SteveP » Tue Jan 05, 2016 9:40 pm

74S CP EBPL with micro S is a known die. We just have to identify each of them.
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Re: EBPL yeah right, but the 2nd one is interesting

Post by pappyxyz1 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 4:00 pm

realistic value ?

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Post by SteveP » Wed Jan 06, 2016 5:32 pm

pappyxyz1 wrote:realistic value ?
IDK - I haven't sold one. Here is the old price guide: http://www.ikegroup.info/_pdf/pr_pricelist.pdf
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Re: EBPL yeah right, but the 2nd one is interesting

Post by pappyxyz1 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 7:48 pm

$500 seems a bit on the high side. tnx

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Post by SteveP » Wed Jan 06, 2016 9:12 pm

pappyxyz1 wrote:$500 seems a bit on the high side. tnx
I would agree. But who's to know how many 74S CP EBPL dies there are, and how many coins there are?

Part 1= availability Part = demand.
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Re: EBPL yeah right, but the 2nd one is interesting

Post by pappyxyz1 » Thu Jan 07, 2016 6:43 am

Tnx again......

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Re: EBPL yeah right, but the 2nd one is interesting

Post by SteveP » Thu Jan 07, 2016 2:00 pm

SteveP wrote:
pappyxyz1 wrote:$500 seems a bit on the high side. tnx
I would agree. But who's to know how many 74S CP EBPL dies there are, and how many coins there are?

Part 1= availability Part = demand.

Better yet - price is a function of:
general economy
grade or quality of the item
demand / supply
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Re: EBPL yeah right, but the 2nd one is interesting

Post by pappyxyz1 » Thu Jan 07, 2016 5:13 pm

Supply is obviously low....now to figure demand, I have a start $ in mind after it's labeled. This one will be the 9th one I've had of which only 1 was a design EBPL.. 74CP.

add on: the picture of the 74CP EBPL can be seen on my last post ' 12 missing coins '

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