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Antiques or not?

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I know this wouldn't be a usual thread on DayZRP but hey there is a lot of different people here and I'd like to see if anyone is interested enough to help me. 

So basically I have found some old items in my granddad old attic and he said I can do what I want with them I'm just wondering if anyone knows any information about these items and possibly prices I have done some research but some items I'm was unable to find a stable price.

So a "The Larry Adler Professional 16 Harmonica"

I've found this can go for up to £100-£160 but I generally don't think I want to sell it, but like some opinions.

"An official 1977 birthday Ingot for HM The Queen with a Certificate of Authenticity" 

Can not find much information on this. 

"An Ingot of the Concorde of Supersonic Commercial Aviation by British Airways and Air France on 21st of January 1976"

Found some information but not a full price.

a "Lava 31 day" wall clock, no information at all.

And over 100 classic LP Record albums, which I don't know how to sell.

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Heroz_Nick    21

I believe you should look into the Birthday Ingot a bit more, its peaked my interest. Perhaps taking it to a professional antique collector.

I myself have always had an interest in antiques but smaller objects, obsessed with Antiques roadshow programs lol

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I believe you should look into the Birthday Ingot a bit more, its peaked my interest. Perhaps taking it to a professional antique collector

It seems to be in mint condition too they're all quite interesting items.

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Heroz_Nick    21

I believe you should look into the Birthday Ingot a bit more, its peaked my interest. Perhaps taking it to a professional antique collector

It seems to be in mint condition too they're all quite interesting items.

After a quick search I would say you should definetly seek professional advice regarding the Ignot. one word one website used to describe it.."Invaluable".

Wall clock is a collectors items, Good craftsmanship but the price may suffer due to dents and scratches on it, depends.

Good luck though :)

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I believe you should look into the Birthday Ingot a bit more, its peaked my interest. Perhaps taking it to a professional antique collector

It seems to be in mint condition too they're all quite interesting items.

After a quick search I would say you should definetly seek professional advice regarding the Ignot. one word one website used to describe it.."Invaluable".

Wall clock is a collectors items, Good craftsmanship but the price may suffer due to dents and scratches on it, depends.

Good luck though :)

I live in a small seaside town and have a few Antique dealers around so I may go tomorrow, the internet doesn't seem to be helping too much.

thanks though.:)

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Heroz_Nick    21

It seems to be in mint condition too they're all quite interesting items.

After a quick search I would say you should definetly seek professional advice regarding the Ignot. one word one website used to describe it.."Invaluable".

Wall clock is a collectors items, Good craftsmanship but the price may suffer due to dents and scratches on it, depends.

Good luck though :)

I live in a small seaside town and have a few Antique dealers around so I may go tomorrow, the internet doesn't seem to be helping too much.

thanks though.:)

Ah cool, Yw No worries, if you decide to auction off the Ignot I will bid one can of peaches for it!

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After a quick search I would say you should definetly seek professional advice regarding the Ignot. one word one website used to describe it.."Invaluable".

Wall clock is a collectors items, Good craftsmanship but the price may suffer due to dents and scratches on it, depends.

Good luck though :)

I live in a small seaside town and have a few Antique dealers around so I may go tomorrow, the internet doesn't seem to be helping too much.

thanks though.:)

Ah cool, Yw No worries, if you decide to auction off the Ignot I will bid one can of peaches for it!

Come on man at least two?

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weedy wine    4

I'm sure you saw it in your searches, but in case you missed it: one site quotes the birthday ingot to be between 20 and 40 pounds, and I saw on ebay someone sold one for 60 quid. Sounds like some super interesting stuff you found :)

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Heroz_Nick    21

I live in a small seaside town and have a few Antique dealers around so I may go tomorrow, the internet doesn't seem to be helping too much.

thanks though.:)

Ah cool, Yw No worries, if you decide to auction off the Ignot I will bid one can of peaches for it!

Come on man at least two?

okay I'll come half way. can of peaches and some cheesecake! done deal you interested you know where to find me.

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