working miniature cannons

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by huntjag, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. huntjag

    huntjag Member

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    does anyone know what these are worth? told they will shoot. thank you
     

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  2. weird1

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    Some kind of scale would help. Miniature can be a lot of things. I can not help on the value even with a ruler in a pic next to one, or a coin. Anything common would help set a scale.
     

  3. huntjag

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    Good point, i will do that when i get back home, i was told the size of ball was the same size as the old rollar ball deoderant stick. i will post new pics on friday. thank you
     
  4. weird1

    weird1 Well-Known Member

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    No problem. They look really nice. I would love to have one.
     
  5. Buano

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    I have seen miniature cannons sell for $40, and others go for much more.

    The old deodorant balls were about 1 3/8" diameter. If these have bores that big, and they are functional — they are substantial weapons.

    My guess as to value would be $50-$75, but in a free market things are worth whatever someone will pay.
     
  6. gspman

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    those are friggen cool !!!!!!!!
     
  7. lazylabs

    lazylabs Well-Known Member

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    Based on NO FACTS, I would think the ones in a "setting" are $200'ish. It's a lot of work and detail to make something like that. Throw them on gunbroker and see where the bids go..... set a reserve and your safe either way.