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2 vintage GRATEFUL DEAD SHIRTs from yard sale

Post by ins0mniac »

I need help with these 2 Grateful dead shirts that I cant find info for online. Can someone help me with value please? Thank you for your time and help.
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Re: 2 vintage GRATEFUL DEAD SHIRTs from yard sale

Post by FiftyFiftyMan »

While not 70's or 80's gold, these would still be considered desireable by Dead fans. Are the tags Liquid Blue? 90's shirts tend to sell better w/ the LB tag.

As for price, the market has been soft since the USPS int'l price increase on Jan 27 (at least for me). I'd start them at auction for $50 then hope for a bid. If not I'd lower it to $35 w/ $50 BIN. Otherwise, I'd just keep it at $50 fixed price and hope for the right buyer to come along. Or just sock them away. Barring an economic collapse, Jerry era Dead shirts will only rise in the future.

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