A quick look does exactly one like this went for $435 in 2019 but they’ve been as low as $350
It’s a low wall.
I like this one. It’s a silver small bearing high wall. I’ve never seen another. There were only 20. I’d say near mint because of a tiny blue dot on the inner wall that is smooth and not through the ano. No idea how it got there. Just saw a tiny scuff on the rim that can be seen in picture with the little blue dot again not through ano and smooth.
I sold mine with damage a year ago or two ago for about $250. Mint in packaging would be a lot more.
Thanks for the info.
Thanks for all the info.
Not sure what this is. I am thinking it is either an SF, SF or an SF Bliss. I would also be interested in the price but I don’t really plan on selling it.
That’s an SF Movement. It’s not a very sought after colourway, so you might be able to get about $65-$80 for it.
I’m looking for any information on this beauty.
My awesome wife gave this to me for our silver anniversary!
https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_1191965 I think this might be the same yoyo?
So far from what I’ve seen on etsy and ebay i’ve seen prices range between $40 dollars and $250.
I just did a quick google search for sterling silver yoyo and plenty of them popped up.
What about this guy? My wife got me this off eBay for Father’s Day.
On eBay it was listed as a employee patch. But does anyone know if that’s true? And which employees? Factory workers or demonstrators? Just curious
They had one in the display case at the National yo-yo museum but no listed info
I really want to put it on a nice sweater or cardigan, but I don’t want to destroy a piece of history (if that’s what it is)
@unklesteve may know about the patch.
Sweet! I’m sewing it on something
Anyone know what color sweaters or jackets Duncan demonstrators wore?