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Valves I acquired with a new house.

in buying them- e-mail me at steam.head@verizon.net if you'd rather not pay eBay's fees.

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  • Ed Lentz_2
    Ed Lentz_2 Member Posts: 158

    I just bought a house from a friend. Her late husband was a pipe fitter. He left behind these valves. Can someone give me a rough idea what they are worth? I might want to put them on ebay.

  • jim lockard
    jim lockard Member Posts: 1,059

    What you can get for them. I bought 300 assorted valves (new) at auction for 1.00 each. Good luck J.Lockard
  • Ed Lentz_2
    Ed Lentz_2 Member Posts: 158

    Geesh, I thought I had a little something here!
  • Brad White_171
    Brad White_171 Member Posts: 22
    Take a look

    on e-Bay as you are thinking and see what they are worth. To me, Neles-Jamesbury valves are about as good as they get in the commercial market. Yet, on e-Bay, I bought a dozen 1" MPT ball valves, a 1-1/4" and 1-1/2" ball valve for about $30 plus shipping. The 1" valves I have seen for upwards of $25 retail. Such a deal.

    Your Sharpe 2" stainless steel valves have probably the most intrinsic value. The other valves, Jamesbury aside, would go for between $10-$15 new, in that range. Expect to get much less.

    As Jim said, they are worth the highest price people will pay. Try it anyway and good luck.
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