1911 Primus 96 bun feet

Discussion in 'Valuations' started by Aaron1980, Apr 15, 2021.

  1. Aaron1980

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    Hi I’m thinking of thinning down my collection a little and this would be one of the stoves I would consider letting go.
    Any advice on it value would be appreciated. Thanks 5B41B408-62F5-436D-A4DB-DD431CB47DD6.jpeg F75339E0-C549-42CC-B65F-73CD3EC87284.jpeg C382135A-6240-4B3B-8490-976E18114DE6.jpeg 8CEBD946-B864-4CF5-94C1-6018151C47E7.jpeg 3786156A-03BE-4173-8616-483E4234DD7A.jpeg 4BAE5C20-47A7-4F1F-93C2-3586DC3970BC.jpeg
     
  2. hikerduane

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    I've paid in the area of $300USD for mine, complete set, even the early, original spanner which only came with a few of the early years.
    Prices can be all over in my experience in collecting my Primus 96 collection.
    Duane
     
  3. Aaron1980

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    Hi Duane
    Thanks for the reply. I’ve just sold this on eBay for £447.
    As I was unsure on its value I listed it at 99p and let it run.
    Sounds like you did well with yours!
    Thanks again
    Aaron
     
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    You did very well.
    Duane
     
  5. Aaron1980

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    It seems these early stoves hold there money well!
    I very rarely see them for sale so very hard to judge.
    Thanks again
    Aaron
     
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    A year ago, I worked out a deal for both of my two earliest 96's, 1911, pre-1911 models, going to bed with high hopes, leaving my tablet on to hear any replies back. All worked out.
    Duane