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Goldenyears78
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1978-1982 sabbath, maiden, yes, zz top, devo

Post by Goldenyears78 »

Just found a lot of old rock and movie shirts from 1978-1982, all in near perfect condition. Many have radio station logos on them and seem to be one offs. All have authentic tags (screen stars, knits, hanes beefy, etc.) and are size L or XL. Any help on the values would be appreciated greatly. Cheers.
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Re: 1978-1982 sabbath, maiden, yes, zz top, devo

Post by jimmyj »

Wow nice haul.

Your Maiden, Devo, Rainbow and Sabbath are probably the most valuable. Pepsi, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid the least. Cheech and Chong - most valuable movie one. Nugent, Foghat, Yes, ZZ Top, Kenny Rogers, etc - all fall somewhere in between.

But lots of other factors - make sure to check out our guide on appraisal.
Jimmy J

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