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    GULF neon sign BIG one

    a friend of mine (he is not much of an internet guy) is thinking about selling his GULF neon sign but does not have a clue what its worth.
    it is 1,5 meter in diameter ...any thoughts, recent sales auction results.
    thanks
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    Generally, an auction would be the best way to sell an item of unknown value.
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    That is a very cool sign.
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    It IS cool... looks like one side is missing though, which is a shame.

    The examples I found online aren't the same size or configuration, but might offer an idea of value.
    Prices for a single molded plastic sized like your friends (no electric or metal) are around $5-600.
    Larger porcelain versions can be upwards of $2-3,000. Full-boat lighted, maybe the same or more.

    You might try eBay Europe just to test the market...
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