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Value Of These Old Pellet Tins

Discussion in 'Vintage collectable airguns' started by Plinky Dave, Nov 21, 2020.

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  1. Plinky Dave

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    Hello Folks,
    I’ve found a couple of old pellet tins in a box of bits, are they collectible and is there a sensible valuation that I could use to post in the sales section. One tin, the pale yellow one, is “full” the other empty.
    Thanks in advance.
    Dave
     

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    On ebay you'd get £20 max for the pair I'd of thought.

    Obviously, fees, PayPal etc on top, postage.... this is based on when I used to buy these a couple of years ago (still have them)

    I may be wrong

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    I'm not sure either these are particularly collectable and the fact the pellets are .177 doesn't help...although the pellets not being oxidized does...

    £10-15 plus postage would be my guess.
     
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    Thanks Tom and TD, so there is a wee bit of value in them, I’ll list them for a sensible price, they owe me nothing
    Dave
     
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    I’ve had the yellow tin , I got them from France in the eighties .
     
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    The H&N pointed tin is I think from the late 70s or early 80s.

    (Could be wrong, though.)
     
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