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Can anyone tell me roughly how much these are worth plz

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A dear friend gave me these clubs I have no intention on selling them I'm just curious to see how much they are worth. I can't find them on the Internet. I think they are lovely and have played with them already. Any help would be awesome. I also have a few other questions to ask. [IMG] [/IMG]
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$50? With the cart and bag maybe $150.

Used clubs tend to be worth a few hundred dollars, but much less if they're not a big-name brand.

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I like your wall paper, it's...courageous. :-P

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By the small umbrella logo on the back of the iron they look like they may be a vintage set of Arnold Palmer Legend irons.

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Maybe 50 euro... Woods are worth pretty much nothing. The irons maybe worth something just because they are irons. Enjoy your clubs forget the value.

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Those sticks are ancient and worthless bro. Id be embarrassed to rock those on a track. In a few years they may be a candidate for the smithsonian but thats about it. The putter is worth more than any stick in that bag. Putters dont depreciate as much in value but do yourself a favor and donate those dinosaurs to a local historical museum specialising in cheap yet decades old golf equipment.
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Originally Posted by Micah

Those sticks are ancient and worthless bro. Id be embarrassed to rock those on a track. In a few years they may be a candidate for the smithsonian but thats about it. The putter is worth more than any stick in that bag. Putters dont depreciate as much in value but do yourself a favor and donate those dinosaurs to a local historical museum specialising in cheap yet decades old golf equipment.

B4 you do that, send them to me, I will gladly take them off your hands.

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Cheers vallygolfer, I couldn't find them on the net so didn't think they held any value. What they do have however is a deep sentimental value, I'm honoured to have the privilege to rock them on a track !! For my first time in over 2 years I finished for 80
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B4 you do that, send them to me, I will gladly take them off your hands.

Sorry mate they are not for sale, I was curious about there value. What would you pay for the lot trolley/bag/ect if it was to be sold???

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Originally Posted by sussex-newbie

Sorry mate they are not for sale, I was curious about there value. What would you pay for the lot trolley/bag/ect if it was to be sold???

Oh, I dunno......maybe $120 - $150 but then there is the cost of shipping.

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Originally Posted by sussex-newbie

Cheers vallygolfer, I couldn't find them on the net so didn't think they held any value. What they do have however is a deep sentimental value, I'm honoured to have the privilege to rock them on a track !! For my first time in over 2 years I finished for 80

yah, I looked on ebay and found mostly AP Axiom, or Standards, a few "Deacons", priced from $80 a set of irons and up. Lots of Peerless.

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Here's a sand wedge to add to your set....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Palmer-Legend-Sand-Wedge-NN142-/220838536698#vi-content

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