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Old 04-06-2019, 12:25 PM
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Zero clue what its worth, but that's definitely a collector type disc. Never seen one like it.
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Old 04-07-2019, 07:51 AM
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Try to find a penned letter on the bottom of the Melbourne stamped disc, the interstate 2000 disc, and the reddish one on the bottom right. They might be good throwers or fetch 20+ depending on what mold they are.

You're KC Pro Eagle looks to be in great shape. Does it have ink? What is the weight? My rough guess is that you'd get $35+ maybe a little more from it.

Your Cheetah looks to be in the $20+ range.

You Valkyrie is likely in the $20-$25. But then again I really haven't seen too many with that stamp so it might be worth a little more.

Not sure on the old Glo Eagle, but that thing is gorgeous.

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Old 04-07-2019, 07:57 AM
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It seems I can't embed photos directly from Google Photos, so I'm trying to upload directly to the site. Maybe all the pictures I've posted in the past haven't been showing up either?

Hopefully this works.
The 2000's are alive and well on your Starfire. Cool disc. I imagine not a ton of those were made. If you were interested in selling it I'd project $25-$30. Not the most educated disc cause I've never seen one like with that stamp. Starfire isn't the most beloved mold out there, but someone wants that as a wall hanger.

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Old 04-07-2019, 09:22 AM
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Try to find a penned letter on the bottom of the Melbourne stamped disc, the interstate 2000 disc, and the reddish one on the bottom right. They might be good throwers or fetch 20+ depending on what mold they are.

You're KC Pro Eagle looks to be in great shape. Does it have ink? What is the weight? My rough guess is that you'd get $35+ maybe a little more from it.

Your Cheetah looks to be in the $20+ range.

You Valkyrie is likely in the $20-$25. But then again I really haven't seen too many with that stamp so it might be worth a little more.

Not sure on the old Glo Eagle, but that thing is gorgeous.
Nope KC Pro Egale he might be able to get more off of it $40+.

Cheetah is the KC Pro more specifically the diver stuff only made for a year. KC Pro drivers are less glossy then Pro almost a mat sheen to them and are more like a stiff run of R-Pro like what is used for the Wahoo on a stiff run as that is how all Pro was back in the 2000's to mid 2010's when the old Pro was no longer made just that all old Pros were as glossy as Driver Pro is now on average. not sure of price as how beat up the disc is.

Valkyrie looked to me like it was the old CE plastic as it had Extra Long Range Diver on the disc and therefore more then $25 as Extra was dropped in the very early 2000's along with the cool circle art from the 1990's on DX discs.

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Old 04-07-2019, 09:51 AM
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I have seen that picture before, it has all the people who won a world title then or a Major so USDGC in that year. The people are Valery who won Female and doubles with Avery her (brother?) and then the USDGC title with Berry the one year in those first ten that somebody other then Ken Climo won Male Open, not sure if there was a female USDGC but if there was either Carry Buglar of Discraft won that or Valery Jenkins won the weekend before or after men play. Then the Masters title as somebody who was Innova sponsored won that. lastly was the Amateur worlds winner on there (I think?) as they become Innova Pro player later that year and they used all Innova, not sure if Innova even had an Amateur sponsorship program yet or not. All I know is this time had to be after April 2003 as the disc came out in early/mid May 2003 but not sure when all those wins lined up.

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Old 04-07-2019, 12:44 PM
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^ above post that was the year of Innova where Innova dominated the majors in Disc Golf and was called the year of Innova by the company people. Not sure when that was but it was shown as a promotional add for Innova on the Disc Websites and was at the local store that still sells only Innova and Millennium brand discs including Hyzerbomb discs. Knowing that, it puts the disc at at least spring of 2005 as that was when Innova Disc Golf Discs first Got sold at the local Sports store.

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Old 04-08-2019, 12:52 PM
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Nope KC Pro Egale he might be able to get more off of it $40+.
Yeah KC Pro Eagle could definitely get that kind of money. I was offering a conservative estimate

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Old 04-13-2019, 12:55 AM
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Thank you guys for the comments and insight on the discs I posted! Pretty cool to hear they're worth something.

I actually played a round with the green Eagle right before posting them, haha. Had no clue.
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Old 04-13-2019, 03:32 AM
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Yeah KC Pro Eagle could definitely get that kind of money. I was offering a conservative estimate
That would be the starting selling point what you said, most of the KC Pro Eagles are flatter top so they fly well for forehand unlike the later Pro plastic. I knew just knew not to get the special plastic for the Eagle as I was not sure if it would stick around, Note CE plastic that came back up for last runs to the public in 2004 early 2005 before true modern Champion took over. I did not use Eagle but my dad did, so he continued to use the DX Version at the time only later getting the flat Champion discs. DX was still the stiff plastic in most of the 2000's even Dragon was a tad stiff but still the R-Pro plastic.
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Note CE plastic that came back up for last runs to the public in 2004 early 2005 before true modern Champion took over.
Nope. You're off again, like usual. Nothing was produced with the name CE after September 2002. Both warehouses had zero CE backstock by spring 2003.

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