deco stained glass windows

I've just had some old windows replaced with 'lovely' double glazing in a 1930s house. The bay window had deco style lead glass stained windows (five - one small window above each main window) which I've rescued from the smash happy installers. I'm thinking of taking them to an antiques dealer that specialises in glass, so, sight unseen, are these usually wirth around 5-10 a shot?
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Probably more.
I doubt that the installers would be smash happy, I've seen these folk remove them extremely carefully and offer to take them away at no charge ... not n our house though. We wouldn't let them near us.
Mary

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On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 23:05:02 +0100, "Mary Fisher"

sales they've made...mine look like the stuff they sell for 10-20, so I've knocked a bit off for what the dealer would pay. Ebay seems to have a few sold but very few buyers to really gauge the value. It seems a lot get bought up and then shipped over to the USA? Seeing ad DIYers probably have upgraded their windows and know the value of these things, I was just looking for a ballpark figure....do'nt want a dealer to walk off with my kid's inheritance...!!!
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Try listing them here on this Arcitectural Salvage site for free. It`s very good
http://www.wantsandoffers.com /
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