Thank you for the question! The market for these Cheetah skins has diminished in the past few years in the United States as various endangered species laws have made auction houses and antique stores reluctant to trade in them. At auction a well-preserved skin (with the head attached, suitable for a carpet) can sell for $1,000 to $2,000 depending on condition. A cheetah skin itself can sell for less, often at the $200 to $500 level, depending on quality and condition.
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