Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
Having lived in Bucks for 20 years, I know your area and the market there pretty well. As Kevin said, although it is in good shape, it is not a well made saddle (btw, you really need to put stirrup hobbles on it if you continue to ride in it). The leather is so-so but more importantly, the tree is ralide, not wood/rawhide, which is a low end tree. The silver on it does not add to value, and the stirrup adjustments are buckle not blevins.
You can ask anything you want but anyone who knows saddles won't bother coming to look at it if you price it at $350, regardless of what you are willing to take. I would price it at $299 or BO and be happy to get $150 -$200.
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