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Posted on I have several Bridge City Tools I am sad to get rid of

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Loren

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#1 posted 06-07-2012 04:36 PM

I would suggest that no Lumberjocks should try to make a deal
with this seller unless it’s a cash-and-carry deal. I would not
send him money in the mail or via Paypal, check, or bank wire
unless you thoroughly understand how scams can be run
through these payment methods and what the risks are.

With that caution stated, the less common of these tools
will hold value and probably appreciate in the coming years,
especially if the collection is kept together. The collection
may be parted-out but I would recommend holding out
for a buyer who will take the whole lot and pay a premium
for it.

The more common regular-production Bridge City tools
you might as well sell off on ebay where they should fetch
around 80% of retail, give or take.

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