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A 2006 Orange Champion Wraith

It was sold with a matching orange 2006 Augusta, so I am guessing they are the same run of wraiths just sent and stamped for different tourneys. Some rim ink
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Old 04-01-2019, 12:36 PM
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10/10 2017 Sexybird?
$35. A little more if really pretty.

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A 2006 Orange Champion Wraith

It was sold with a matching orange 2006 Augusta, so I am guessing they are the same run of wraiths just sent and stamped for different tourneys. Some rim ink
Mid Nationals Wraiths aren’t quite as valuable as the sought after Augusta’s. Looking at your pic and at the rim ink, it’s about a 7/10. Great thrower. Old pearly wraiths are sweet.

If you were sell it you’d probably get between $20-25.

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Old 04-02-2019, 12:04 AM
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Interesting, that seems low (or minimum) for almost any mold ran in 2006 in champion plastic. I think people tend to seek star wraiths though. Guess I'll keep it and give it some field work
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Interesting, that seems low (or minimum) for almost any mold ran in 2006 in champion plastic. I think people tend to seek star wraiths though. Guess I'll keep it and give it some field work
Well, I’m assuming that yours has already been thrown. Lots of throwers from that era fall in the $20-30 range. That’s what an 11x champ Teebird, Firebird, or Eagle would run you depending on ink and condition. They all jump $10-15 if new and unthrown.

Old star Wraiths are sought after, too, but again the throwers with rim ink go for $20-25. I have 4 S-WR penned PFN wraiths ranging from 6/10-8/10. I bought most in the $20-$25 range.

Also bought a green Wraith with the same stamp as yours in the $20-25 range. Unthrown you’d get $30+ for it. Even Augusta throwers go about $35 on Facebook auction pages, sometimes closer to $30.
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Yesterday I found a yellow Avery Jenkins star destroyer prolly a 7/10 some in on the rim

I also have a black champ mako with a gold stamp 7/10 has San morino on the bottom and seems softer then other champ plastic.
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Yesterday I found a yellow Avery Jenkins star destroyer prolly a 7/10 some in on the rim

I also have a black champ mako with a gold stamp 7/10 has San morino on the bottom and seems softer then other champ plastic.
Would help if you can post a pic of the Avery. There are different runs of those and the value can vary quite a bit.
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What are the McPro Roc3's going for now?

0x Champ Roc3's?

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Yesterday I found a yellow Avery Jenkins star destroyer prolly a 7/10 some in on the rim

I also have a black champ mako with a gold stamp 7/10 has San morino on the bottom and seems softer then other champ plastic.
Probably a safe $40+ on the Avery, but as pointed out above, they can very. Is the "Avery Jenkins 2009 World Champion" printed in 2 or 3 lines of text? If it is in 2 lines, it is older and worth a little more.
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