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question - honma 50th anniversary set

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i'm most interested in sell a golf set that my grandfather gave me.I know this is not the area for selling itens, but i am wondering if someone could help me with it. i dont have any idea of the price of it or if it is good or no. all i know is that it is the honma 50th anniversary set and that they were never used (still with plastic)
if someone could help me, here are some photos.

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I know the Honma stuff is pretty expensive.  These look like the 3 Star irons so they sold for $9,750 but that was back in '08, I'm sure they're still worth a lot compared to other clubs.  Fairway wood probably sold close to $1,000.  I'd check out ebay and see what Honma clubs are selling for


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Like Mike stated, Honma is expensive, Japanese Domestic Market. You rarely see it in the USA. They are known for placing expensive metals in golf clubs. Why? Because someone appreciates it. The Japanese Domestic Market is very different from the USA Market.


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