Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

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Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby DesotoLakeHunter » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:02 pm

Ive got a Cocobola RichNTone Original style duck call. It is a 1979-1980 model, confirmed by Butch @ RNT via pictures. Call is in great condition minus cork and reed. Band shows some flaking. Im just curious of what they go for or what they are valued at? Thanks for info. :thumbsup:
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Re: Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby coach_1 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:29 pm

Oh I'd give you $5 bucks for that old thing. :hammer: Post a pic of this legend. Only true way to tell is to put it on ebay. That will tell you the value.
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Re: Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby The Duck Hammer » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:42 pm

coach_1 wrote:Only true way to tell is to put it on ebay. That will tell you the value.

This is in no way true. With eBay's reputation lately, you would more than likely get an exuberant bid made on the call, that the bidder has no intention of paying. This results in the people watching with the impression that the call is ultra valuable when it, in all reality, would have sold for half that price.
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Re: Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby DesotoLakeHunter » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:51 pm

Man alive... already had some PMs with some excellent offers. When I talked to Butch about it, he seemed very excited and really expressed interest in getting it. Im not sure what to do... decisions, decisions...
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Re: Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby cupnglide » Thu Jul 18, 2013 8:01 pm

If you are selling it, sell it back to Butch. Karma would shine on you for that good deed.
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Re: Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby DesotoLakeHunter » Thu Jul 18, 2013 8:18 pm

cupnglide wrote:If you are selling it, sell it back to Butch. Karma would shine on you for that good deed.


Honestly that's what Im leaning towards doing...
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Re: Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby WTN10 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:21 pm

DesotoLakeHunter wrote:
cupnglide wrote:If you are selling it, sell it back to Butch. Karma would shine on you for that good deed.


Honestly that's what Im leaning towards doing...


Sell it to Butch if you're going to.
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Re: Value of a 1979 RichNTone Original?

Postby callinfowl » Fri Jul 19, 2013 11:34 pm

DesotoLakeHunter wrote:
cupnglide wrote:If you are selling it, sell it back to Butch. Karma would shine on you for that good deed.


Honestly that's what Im leaning towards doing...


I'm absolutely positive Mr Butch would make it worth your time, with something awesome made off of his jig. :yes:
If Butch wants that call out the thousands of calls he has made , it must be something meaningful to him.
Send it to him or you will have bad karma ,and never call in another duck in your lifetime. :yes:
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