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Old 20-05-16, 12:36 PM
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Hi Folks. I am sorting through what can go and what can stay and would like to know are these Royal Norfolk Regiment Collar tabs Anodised or staybright ?? And respectively what their value might be ?
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Old 20-05-16, 03:44 PM
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There is no difference between anodised and staybright, one is the process and the other the name.
As for value, start here: http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/for...ad.php?t=53803

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Hi Folks. I am sorting through what can go and what can stay and would like to know are these Royal Norfolk Regiment Collar tabs Anodised or staybright ?? And respectively what their value might be ?
The value greatly depends on if they are for sale 😀
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Old 21-05-16, 11:42 AM
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I will sell them if their value is worth while. So far nobody has put their value on the thread yet 5 members have PM with interests / offers on them ? Jim
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The best way to allow them to find their own value is to sell them via auction, that way they will find their true value to a collector. Or you could do that old fashioned thing of naming the price that you would be prepared to sell them for, that way potential buyers could decide one of the following options:-
1) Yes i'd like to buy them at the price you are asking
2) No thank you too expensive for me
or
3)I'd like to buy them , I see you are asking price X for them, I think that's a little expensive, I would be prepared however to offer you price Y for them.
Don't wish to state the obvious but that is what I would do.

Just a thought ........
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