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Old 01-20-2014, 02:52 AM   #17
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Its only worth what someone would pay for it.


If it has all its parts, I'd say at least $150-$200. The thing with older wheels is parts are hard to come by. Manufacturing parts for a wheel isn't impossible, but it does get expensive. A few years ago, I spent $60 for a woodworker to make 2 bobbins for me for an antique (late 1700's) Irish Saxon wheel.

I'd be interested in seeing photos. I'm not in the market for another wheel (there are currently 5 in my flock) but I love looking at older wheels.
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