Value of an old safe?

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  1. DuramaxDiesel

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    If anyone's interested I'm selling an old safe as well. It's a Canadian Diebold from the early 1900's I think. Let me know if anyone wants a picture or two. I'm open to offers.

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    Location might be important to know!
     
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    I could see where it might come into play... :D
     
  4. Scott McGillivray

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    One mans junk is another mans treasure. I am really wanting a serious safe and was looking to spend over $2000 on one not much different from the one you pictured. I would be thrilled to find one for $500. Oh well...I will just have to keep looking.
     
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    Scott you are totally right. These things ARE cool, and I'd love to have one. But they aren't -valuable-. They aren't collectable. They are a PITA in most cases! But for someone with a real need, a used one might save significant $$$ if transportation can be arranged.
     

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