Good bloodlines, mostly Polish with some CMK. Unfortunately, well bred Arabians are a dime a dozen nowadays, and many are in rescues with similar bloodlines.
Many of the horses farther back in the pedigree are very famous.
However, if I google this horse's sire and dam their information doesn't pop up, which usually means they were not shown much or campaigned. Often the most popular horses for people showing Arabs are those with relatives that were recently well known and sought after.
If the horse has great conformation and you can get great photos of the horse in classic Arab poses, along with video of great movement, you can try marketing the horse on the Arabian Horse Association Marketplace website.
Of course if the horse is well trained or has been successfully shown in some discipline, you will be able to sell the horse much more easily.
My *Bask granddaughter was $700 as a halter broke horse, and my other green purebred Arab was free. So training and showing record makes a huge difference in what you can expect to get for a horse, much more than pedigree.