Luke Skywalker Macrobinoculars.

Jericho

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I am currently in two minds as weather to sell these to help fund my collection of original movie props. But I cant decide upon a price for them. This is what I have: 2x original kaligar lenses, 1x original kalimar view finder, 1x original Eumig Servomatic, 1x replica view finder box. Does anyone know the rough price that these would go for in case i do decide to sell them.

Best Wishes To You All
Jericho
 

kurtyboy

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$250? ?

I am currently in two minds as weather to sell these to help fund my collection of original movie props. But I cant decide upon a price for them. This is what I have: 2x original kaligar lenses, 1x original kalimar view finder, 1x original Eumig Servomatic, 1x replica view finder box. Does anyone know the rough price that these would go for in case i do decide to sell them.

Best Wishes To You All
Jericho
 

Cameron

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$250?? Wow I have $650 into my pair in the Junkyard. If you managed to score all original parts for that low awesome!!
 

kurtyboy

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Sorry that was rather low. I had a look at some previous for sale therads and it was my mistake. $250 would be more accurate if there was only one Kalimar lens. With two lenses, $350.

What we put into our props and what we get back are often two different things. I've seen folk struggle to sell their kalimar parts at low prices :(

$250?? Wow I have $650 into my pair in the Junkyard. If you managed to score all original parts for that low awesome!!
 

Cameron

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I saw a non kalimar lensed pair go for 350 on Evilbay not that long ago so maybe thats the better way to go. Even after fees you can realize more than $350 for a completely real set since most of the money is in the lenses.
 

kurtyboy

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Maybe interest in the prop has peaked again?

I saw a non kalimar lensed pair go for 350 on Evilbay not that long ago so maybe thats the better way to go. Even after fees you can realize more than $350 for a completely real set since most of the money is in the lenses.
 

JedHead

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My brother paid over $300 for a completed binoculars prop using those parts, and over $500 for a previous resin kit (which he's selling).
 
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