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These are the 2 15's that were in the cab that I am now redoing. I'm buying new speakers for it so I figure I might as well sell the old ones. It appears as if they are two different kinds and I have no idea what I should ask for them.

One has a sticker on the back that reads

Life Time Rated

Gilco

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Custom designed.

 

Their is also a little tag next to it that says that is was reconed in January of 84 with a Sunn Magna

 

That other speaker doesn't have anything on it.

 

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You'll have a heck of a time getting anything more than ten bucks a piece locally unless there happens to be a very motivated buyer in your area. My advice is to eBay them. I put two 10" speakers on eBay that were taken from an old Shure PA column (the model that followed the classic vocalmaster) and pulled down $75 for the pair. I couldn't believe my good fortune.

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The dust caps are cute.

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Vintage speakers are quite a riot in that way. Tiny voice coils, square magnets, etc. A lot of them have a glued seam that runs like a radius line from the dust cap to the surround, 'cause that's how they made 'em back then.

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