Thanks for the inquiry! These spotlights remain popular with collectors and functional today. Typically at architectural salvage firms these GE copper flood lights sell at the $800 to $1,500 level (there are three, perhaps not as nice as yours but similar, selling on eBay at the $900 level currently, see: http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Vintage-Copper-Spot-Light-w-Brass-Yoke-GE-Novalux-Fully-Restored-Art-Deco-/291744339385) Mounted and in "ready to use" condition, a value of $1,200 to $1,800 would be supported. It may have additional value within the Houston area, but the primary buyers will be decorators looking for a cool, vintage light.
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