WTS/WTT OR /WA Very rare Budweiser sign

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  1. Talin

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    Have a very rare limited edition Budweiser mirror bow tie sign that I've been on the fence about selling. It's in 98% condition I cannot find anywhere where the sign is sold except one site that's quoted but no longer in existence, link at bottom of description. Measures at 51 1/2X 23 1/2. I'm always up for offers, if you think it's too high please pm and send any info you can find to change my price point. Trades (+cash) welcome. PRICE DROP $400 Obo, looking for newer ipad for trade or ??

    Budweiser Bowtie Limited Edition Back Bar Mirror | Collectors Weekly

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  2. 2A2Dend

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    eBay is your best bet. I sold many a sign and posters dating back to the 40's.
    I don't know the worth of yours, like some of mine. There are collectors willing to pay a premium for advertising. Best I can say is seek out Budweiser distributors. For what you have, the older the distributor the better.
     
  3. Talin

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    I have, they were made for marketing so only supplied to vendors, there was a limited number produced but never intented to be a collector so there were no serial numbers i.e 1 out of ###. The link is the only source i have to an actual value, and yes ebay was my next route :), and if not it'll make a nice backing to my bar
     
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    I'd suggest eBay for the best route, even though they charge for a listing that has a reserve.
    Set the reserve price you would sell rock bottom, and set it free to the highest bidder. It's hard to do, but, you have to get beyond a wall hanging and the worth to you personally. It's worth what someone is willing to pay in reality. With a reserve you have assurance anyway. But you pay for that.

    The sad part is the current economy dictating worth.
     
  5. Talin

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    I'll leave it up here for now to try and not ship and deal local
     

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