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Going Rate for Old Macinac HL118 #144195 08/10/10 05:00 PM
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I'm just getting back into Harbour Lights collecting after about an 8 year hiatus. I'm trying to go back and re-fill some holes in my collection, hence these questions:

What is the going rate for HL118?
Old Macinac HL118

How often does this item come available?

Thanks.

Re: Going Rate for Old Macinac HL118 #144196 08/10/10 05:32 PM
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Not sure what the going rate is. With the current market, it could vary greatly.

I've seen a few on Ebay from time to time, but I would check the Trading Post first.

I'm pretty sure Paul Robinson has one for sale. There may be a couple more collectors with one for sale.

Great to see someone starting to collect again, instead of the other way around !!!


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Re: Going Rate for Old Macinac HL118 #144197 08/10/10 06:12 PM
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BTW Mackinac has a k in it, so when you are searching.. Old Mackinac HL118..



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Re: Going Rate for Old Macinac HL118 #144198 08/12/10 03:29 AM
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Well...here's one data point...it went for $37.50 plus $15 for shipping/handling.

Re: Going Rate for Old Macinac HL118 #144199 08/12/10 04:16 PM
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Nowadays, things are selling for a fraction of what they once sold for. It's a great time to launch a HL Collection if you have the funds.

smile Bob

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Agreed...I've been fortunate to get some very nice retired items at very good prices.

Re: Going Rate for Old Macinac HL118 #144201 08/15/10 04:13 AM
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Even though pricing has changed, HL's haven't. In fact, the new releases are even better than the older ones. Yet again, the old HL's have a beauty that cannot be replaced.

smile Bob


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