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Estimate value of Rolls Razor, made in England.

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Estimate value of Rolls Razor, made in England.
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That's a nice razor. Do have just the metal case or do you have out case and original box too?


Customer: replied 4 years ago.

just metal case with magazine ad. will send pic if you want.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.


That's great.

That looks like a 1920s Whetter era razor. You might be missing the box, but the paper work and metal case look to be in great shape. =)

Based on my price guides (like Kovels, Millers, etc.) and recorded sales, it should have a current secondary market value in the range of $65 to $85.

Prices will vary a bit depending on the condition of your pieces and where you try to it. Online markets (like Ebay) and garage sales do tend to go for far less that value.

Craigslist is a worthy shot because it's free. Etsy and Amazon are turning about to be a great alternative to Ebay. Rubylane, Tias, and Cyberattic are great online stores, but they generally have a store "setup" fee, so unless you have a lot of items to list, it may be a bit too pricey, but they do get the "higher" paying customers.
and are pretty good up and coming online sites.

You might check out the consignment cost with any local antique shops. Some places charge about 25% to 30% of final sell price, but in dealing local you generally have less competition. It's always worth checking out.

Ebay is more or less a last resort. It does reach a lot of people, but the values tend to be lower. You will always get a higher value by selling it yourself as opposed to an auction or selling it to a dealer. If you do decide to try Ebay, consider using reserves.

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