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 Posted: Thu Jan 3rd, 2019 05:28 am
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Yman
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Hi all.Friend of mine's is assisting his mother in law cleaning out some stuff after hubby passed away.there is some fishing reels and he asked if I can assist in finding value on them.now the Penn reels I told him was not going to be much use.
I am not families with the Daiwa's

Here is the list, any assistance would be appreciated.Penn Super mariner 49 (x2)Penn Jigmaster 500 (x2)Daiwa Sealine 600H (x2)Daiwa Sealine 50H (x2)

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 Posted: Thu Jan 3rd, 2019 06:33 am
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Serra Moz
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Yman wrote:
Hi all.Friend of mine's is assisting his mother in law cleaning out some stuff after hubby passed away.there is some fishing reels and he asked if I can assist in finding value on them.now the Penn reels I told him was not going to be much use.
I am not families with the Daiwa's

Here is the list, any assistance would be appreciated.Penn Super mariner 49 (x2)Penn Jigmaster 500 (x2)Daiwa Sealine 600H (x2)Daiwa Sealine 50H (x2)



OK... I Can assist, however it's difficult to judge and add some value to any reel without seeing it, I have an extensive Penn Collection from yesteryear... OK, Where do I start? Let me give you the heads up, I will be frank + straight to the point - most of these reels have little 2nd Hand / Used value, even from a collectors point of view, as the ones you have listed are found in each and every Pawn Shop / C/Crusdaders etc... unless they are in mint condition and have the original box, yes then you can add some value... 49 + 500s there's thousands upon thousands of them around, some collecting dust and sitting waiting for a buyer, as you can buy them 2 for the price of one type thing... So my estimate (without seeing them, the Penn reels) I will value at R 200 to R 400 (400 on a GOOD DAY!!!) - They are not unique at all... The Daiwa Sealine, again condition.... no scratches and bling - that's what collectors like - not really collectable at all...as in the "Holy Grail"... you get the 300 / 600 / 900... people used them offshore = boat fishing.. not a die hard reel... they did not really 'stood the test of time' - as in the Old Penn Senators etc - hence I would not even class then near any Senator in that size.. Let me guess - remember now I have not seen them..... So, max R 350 to 450 (sterling condition with a box... different story of course)..... The other x 2 Daiwa... R 200 or so... Yip,,, sorry it is what it is... post pics, we might be able to judge them better... sorry not nasty at all......

Last edited on Thu Jan 3rd, 2019 06:36 am by Serra Moz

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 Posted: Thu Jan 3rd, 2019 06:38 am
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Will get the pics up, the reels have worked, my estimates was about R200 to R300 if he is lucky.

What you said is what I kind of mentioned to him that its not going to sell overnight.
I think the sentimental value is sometimes more on stuff like this.

There was an beautiful Torium in the lot, don't think it saw an days work.

Thanks for the info

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 Posted: Thu Jan 3rd, 2019 06:42 am
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Serra Moz
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Yman wrote:
Will get the pics up, the reels have worked, my estimates was about R200 to R300 if he is lucky.

What you said is what I kind of mentioned to him that its not going to sell overnight.
I think the sentimental value is sometimes more on stuff like this.

There was an beautiful Torium in the lot, don't think it saw an days work.

Thanks for the info


Sure, glad I did not upset you, see if they have worked and have scratches etc... not much I have bought some nice old ones on Bid or Buy, even here on Sealine back in the day... In any coastal city... PE / EL / Ape Town / Durbs etc.... loads of them around... But do me a favor do indeed try to get some pics... and we'll take it from there... cheers

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 Posted: Fri Jan 4th, 2019 09:47 am
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Serra Moz
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Just for interest sake, did you manage to take the pics?

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