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Wade Phillips
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Hink - Could not find your arrows in the 1930s and 1940s Bear Catalogs. Found most of my Bear arrows from that era and none were the same.

TimberlineX - Also forgot to mention that on page 21 in the Second Edition of "1871-1971", that the 11/32 Barbed Zwickey is rated as A-, which has the dollar equivalent of $1,500. (A = 2,000, and a "-" means less one fourth the value). Although that is a 2004 publication, the value that all the Barbed Zwickeys that have sold that I know of, have been within about 20 percent of the published value.

However that is not true of all 250 published values. One head (not a Zwickey) sold earlier this year for five (yes 5) times the 2004 published value.

As I have said many times, all collectors are crazy...

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TTT for an interesting thread.

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Very interesting. I don't really collect broadheads other than Razorheads but I do come across lots of old ones now and then. It's good information
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Great thread [thumbsup]

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