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Walked10kMiles
What is fair price for unremarkable $1 CU REPEATERS? Like this one. Thanks for the help!  8456A22C-9A2A-4CA5-81A6-1336E1797162.png 
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Wow, nobody replied ?

I am not well versed but am willing to take an educated guess of $15 to $20. 
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MEC2
I'd try one at $20, see if it sells - if it sells fast, your price is likely too low to right on. If it doesn't sell, well... there you go.
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TennisCoach
It has been my experience that unremarkable repeaters in CU might fetch $10.  I have not seen many buyers for unremarkable repeaters, however more desirable numbers can sell quite easily and for much greater amounts.        
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NessunDorma
I collected radars/repeaters for several years and in my experience, 4-digit notes like this would go for $6-$8 on a good day. Even the 3-digit notes would typically sell for around $10 but could sit for a while before finding a new home.
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luca
Looks to be Superb Gem, which helps.

Always looking for low S/N Red Seals / $5 FRNs: 1950a - 1969b

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High Grade Rarities
$8 - $10 seems to be what most dealers ask. Same with radars.
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Steve in Tampa
luca wrote:
Looks to be Superb Gem, which helps.

+ 1 Excellent centering.
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tigertrader

~ $10

Good luck!
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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
$5-8
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Delistamps
Greg is right at $5-$8. 
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TennisCoach
When I say it might fetch $10~ I am speaking about asking price.  The last sale I remember was (4) unremarkable repeaters for $20 (so $5 each in an actual sale).  They were AU/CU/Ch CU; not as well centered as the the one in this post.     
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Steve in Tampa
The above pricing looks correct, however, there are some clever people that market everyday radar notes with a matching repeater note and the prices go up exponentially when sold as a pair.
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YoungCollector
While a repeater is a “one in 10,000” note - this is really a “one in 10,000” note ... I estimate it is worth $20!

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YoungCollector
The above pricing looks correct, however, there are some clever people that market everyday radar notes with a matching repeater note and the prices go up exponentially when sold as a pair.


This is super clever because the matching radar and repeater will often be within a few packs of each other making them easy to put together
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