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Antique Glass Targets

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Pugus, Mar 4, 2013.

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  1. Pugus

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    A friend has acquired an antique glass target used before clay targets came along. He is in the antique business but has no idea what something like this is worth as he has no interest in firearms. Would anyone here have an idea as to the value of something like this. Any help would be appreciated. David Carter
     
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    Need photos . Various prices depending on make ,color, ect..
     
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    google is your friend. Value is all over the board depending on what it is. Many different glass balls made. Bill
     
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    I've paid anywhere from 20. to 1000. but I've seen them for as much as 6000.

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    What no "balls" jokes? :-(
     
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    Drop it onto your kitchen counter from exactly 22". The really valuable ones bounce up about 6" (even higher if you have granite).

    -Gary
     
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    Gary, That never worked with any of the ones I bought! All cheap I guess? :)
     
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    Mr. Pugus, I'd hope that perhaps you could sell it for a reasonable price for a beautiful gun room in Michigan. I assume he'd have an interest.
     
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