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Page 1 - Pre-War and DL Screw Jacks

Pages 2 & 3 - LJ Series Screw Jacks in Numerical Order

Page 4 - Commercial Jacks, Side Lift and Tangye Shelley Scissor Jacks 

 

LJ Series Screw Jacks in Numerical Order

 

 

 

Shelley LJ11

 

Description:

The jack is a single lift, 7 1/4" retracted and 11 3/4" extended. The handle socket is 1/2" square. It has a circular depressed head jacking point.  Many thanks to a collector from New Zealand for the pictures and detail.

Applicable Vehicles:

Packaging recently discovered with a NOS jack supplied to the 'aftermarket' showed that the LJ11 was suitable for the following cars: BMC Mini range, Sprite/Midget, Rootes Imp, Lotus Europa & Elan, Morgan 4/4, Reliant Rebel, Triumph Spitfire and many small cars manufactured overseas including the Citreon 6 & 8, Fiat 500-850 and Renault 4, 6 and 10. That does not necessarily mean that the jack was original equipment in any of those vehicles. Picture of packaging supplied by Andy Pole.

Jack Handle Type:

Not known.

Year Dates Noted:

1954, 1961

Value:

Average price paid in 2011 = 6.33 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2013 = 13.25 - 2 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 4.99 - 1 sale

7.00 paid on UK Ebay 6 January 2016 - NH

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ11 Bantam

 

Description:

This is an interesting variation to the LJ11 above, showing the additional BANTAM casting above the LJ11 and on the other side it has the figure 7 added below SHELLEY. I only have details on the two examples shown. This one pre-dates the one above so perhaps the BANTAM casting was dropped soon after 1951 and just became known as the LJ11. It measures 7" closed and 11.5" extended. Photos courtesy of Joe Robbins.

Applicable Vehicles:

 

Jack Handle Type:

Not known.

Year Dates Noted:

1951

Value:

10.00 paid on UK Ebay 19 July 2014

17.99 paid on UK Ebay 28 December 2014

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ12

Description:

The Shelley LJ12 is 9 1/4" closed and 15 1/2" fully extended. It has has a 3/4" square drive hole.

Applicable Vehicles:

Not Known.

Jack Handle Type:

Not known.

Year Dates Noted:

1953, 1958

Value:

Average price paid in 2011 = 0.99 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2013 = 5.19 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2015 = 5.00 - 1 sale

5.00 paid on UK Ebay 19 June 2016 - no handle

 

 

 

Shelley LJ13

Description:

The Shelley LJ13 is a single screw jack. It is 10.5" closed and 17" fully extended. It has has a 3/4" square drive hole. The base is 4" x 6". On one side it is cast LJ13 with an indiscernible symbol on the base. On the other side it is cast SHELLEY 51 (date) PATENT APPLIED FOR.

Applicable Vehicles:

Not Known.

Jack Handle Type:

Not known.

Year Dates Noted:

1951

Value:

38.50 paid on UK Ebay 10 August 2017 - NH

 

 

 

Shelley LJ14

Description:

The jack measures 11" retracted and 18" extended.  It has SHELLEY and the date stamp on one side and LJ14 on the other side. Most unusual handle attachment mechanism. The second and third photos show the winding mechanism more clearly. Markings appear to differ slightly to the first example. On one side: 47 with SHELLEY below and 4 TON with roundel with italic CBS within.

The 4th and 5th photos are courtesy of NewMoody.  What is not totally clear on the 5th photo is an R2 stamping between the year date and SHELLEY. Below Shelley is cast the letter A.

Applicable Vehicles:

Possibly Bedford S or TK series.

Jack Handle Type:

Not known.

Year Dates Noted:

1947, 1958, 1962

Value:

 

 

 

Shelley LJ17

Description:

The jack is tall, probably for commercial vehicles.  First photo provided by Andy Bedford from Australia. Second and third photo courtesy of Paul Bradley in South Australia.

The 4th photo is intriguing. It looks the same but is it an LJ17 or an LJ175?

Applicable Vehicles:

Not known

Jack Handle Type:

Not known.

Year Dates Noted:

1957

Value:

12.99 paid on UK Ebay 14 June 2014

8.00 paid on UK Ebay 10 August 2017 - NH

 

 

 

Shelley LJ21

Description:

The jack measures 6.5" retracted and 14.5" extended.  It has a 7/16" square drive. The LJ21 is identical to the 7DL, having the name changed to LJ21 in the early 1950s, probably 1952.

Applicable Vehicles:

The LJ21 first appeared in Healey 100 cars in October 1955. According to the Austin-Healey Concours Originality Guide, the LJ21 is appropriate for the 100 from Car No. 229080 on, for all 100-Six, and for the 3000 up to Car No. 10564 (series BT7) and 10610 (series BN7). Roger Moment, the Healey authority and author of the Originality Guide, has also informed me that he has "...found original cars that were built in February 1956, containing LJ21 jacks dated 55.  The LJ21-56 jacks do not seem to have been put into BN2s/100Ms until perhaps late Feb or sometime in March 56."

 See entries for the Shelley 6 INCH DL, 7DL, 12DL, LJ23, LJ225, LJ225 mod; King Dick B1077 and B1881 for other Healey Jacks.

Packaging recently discovered with a NOS jack supplied to the 'aftermarket' showed that the LJ21 was suitable for the following cars: BMC Minor range 1100 - 1300, Bedford Beagle, Bond Equipe, Ford Escort Anglia, Cortina, Thames, Capri, Corsair, Lotus Elan Plus 2, Morgan Plus 8, Reliant Scimitar, Rootes Minx GT, Triumph Herald 1300, GT6, Vauxhall Viva, Victor.  That does not necessarily mean that the jack was original equipment in any of those vehicles. Picture of packaging supplied by Andy Pole.

Jack Handle Type:

The two handle drive pieces are 14" long. The drive socket is 7/16" square section. The metal cross piece (tommy bar) is 12".  The second picture shows a rather interesting handle socket. I have never seen this before and believe it may be a DIY modification.

Year Dates Noted:

1952, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961

Value:

 
Average price paid in 2008 = 87.00 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2009 = 90.85 - 8 sales

Average price paid in 2010 = 47.68 - 7 sales

Average price paid in 2011 = 156.24 - 11 sales

Average price paid in 2012 = 64.79 - 12 sales

Average price paid in 2013 = 83.17 - 17 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 50.28 - 7 sales

Average price paid in 2015 = 104.94 - 12 sales

49.99 paid on UK Ebay 24 January 2016 - NH

27.00 paid on UK Ebay 25 January 2016 - NH

75.00 paid on UK Ebay 14 February 2016 - NH

150.85 paid on USA Ebay 24 February 2016 - NH

21.00 paid on UK Ebay 27 April 2016 - NH

200.00 paid on UK Ebay 29 April 2016 - WH

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 29 April 2016 - NH

87.99 paid on UK Ebay 5 June 2016 - NH

78.00 paid on UK Ebay 26 July 2016 - NH 

89.89 paid on UK Ebay 4 Sept 2016 - NH 

51.50 paid on UK Ebay 19 Sept 2016 - NH

133.00 paid on UK Ebay 16 Oct 2016 - WH 

75.00 paid on UK Ebay 23 Oct 2016 -NH

56.00 paid on UK Ebay 3 Nov 2016 -NH

56.80 paid on UK Ebay 9 Nov 2016 - NH

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 27 Nov 2016 - NH

35.00 paid on UK Ebay 14 April 2017 - NH

57.00 paid on UK Ebay 4 June 2017 - WH

75.91 paid on USA Ebay 17 July 2017 - NH

43.00 paid on UK Ebay 8 November 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ21 - Double Saddle

Description:

Same jack as above but with the earlier 7DL saddle. This is probably one of the first LJ21s.

Applicable Vehicles:

Not known.

Jack Handle Type:

The two handle drive pieces are 14" long. The drive socket is 7/16" square section. The metal cross piece (tommy bar) is 12".

Year Dates Noted:

1952

Value:

23.00 paid on UK Ebay 5 November 2017 - NH

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ22

Description:

The jack measures 5.5" closed, 11.75" extended and weighs 2.25kg. It has either an L-shaped or saddle jacking point.

The LJ22 is identical to the earlier 12DL in appearance, except for the numbers.

Applicable Vehicles:

The LJ22 with the saddle jacking point was the only Shelley jack to be supplied with the AC Cobra. The saddle jacking point fits the Cobra tubular chassis, whereas the L-shaped jack will not. The two photos with the saddle jacking point are an original unrestored LJ22 and a restored 12DL jack, both from 289 AC Cobras.

Jack Handle Type:

As shown in second photo.  Exact dimensions not known. Note the small crossbar hole showing on the unrestored LJ22 jack handle. The 12DL handle will have a broomstick size crossbar hole.  (This data is gleaned from research into original unrestored Cobras, including both the 289 and 427.  The photos and the data were supplied by Eara Merritt.)

Year Dates Noted:

 

Value:

87.20 paid on UK Ebay 31 August 2008

286.36 paid on USA Ebay 3 April 2014

421.09 paid on UK Ebay 5 July 2014

 

 

 

Shelley LJ23

Description:

The LJ23 jack measures 6" retracted and takes a 3/4" square section handle. It has either a saddle or an 'L' shaped jacking point.

Applicable Vehicles:

The version with the L-shaped jacking point was supplied with the Austin Healey 100-4 BN-1 from 1954 until mid July 1955. These would have had the number 54 cast into them. Photo courtesy of Curt Arndt. The second photo shows the jack, handle and bags from a 1954 Austin Healey 100. This particular jack has the correct date stamping of 54. Photo courtesy of Curt Arndt. See entries for the Shelley 6 INCH DL, 7DL, 12DL, LJ21, LJ225 LJ225 mod; King Dick B1077 and B1881 for other Healey Jacks.

The version with the saddle jacking point was supplied with the early MGA 1500. The 3rd and 4th photos are from an early MGA. I do not know which year or chassis number the LJ23 was replaced by the King Dick B1077 in the MGA. The best information I have to date is that up to at least chassis number 18272 had this jack. I would welcome more information from early 1500 owners who have original jacks. See also the Shelley LJ225 for the other (3rd) MGA jack.

The final 6 photos are of an unrestored jack with the MGA saddle. This jack is a rarity, having the 55 date tag, the year MGA production commenced. 1003 MGAs came off the production line that year and were equipped with the LJ23. Of those, 594 were exported to the USA where this jack was recently found (March 2017). Photos courtesy of Simon Griffin from Illinois.

Jack Handle Type:

The two handle drive pieces are 14" long. The drive socket is 13/16" square section. The metal cross piece (tommy bar) is 12"

The handles on the '55' example (possibly MGA) in the final 6 photos are each 21 3/4" long. Information courtesy of Simon Griffin from Illinois.

Year Dates Noted:

1954, 1955, 1956, 1957

Value:

Average price paid in 2008 = 64.02 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2010 = 84.08 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2011 = 90.57 - 2 sales

Average price paid in 2013 = 53.24 - 2 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 81.10 - 1 sale

175.76 paid on USA Ebay 16 January 2016 - no handle

66.41 paid on USA Ebay 6 March 2016 - no handle

60.11 paid on USA Ebay 6 March 2016 - no handle

 

 

 

Shelley LJ24

Description:

The jack is 2 stage and measures 6" retracted and 14" extended. The base measures 6" x 4" and the saddle 3" x 1.5". The winder drive is 0.75" square. It is cast SHELLEY 51 on one side and LJ24 on the other. Photos and details courtesy of Paul Speight.

Applicable Vehicles:

Not known.

Jack Handle Type:

36" folding handle as shown. Unusually, instead of the normal yoke attachment with this type of handle, it has the square 0.75 lug. I am not totally convinced that this is an original handle for this jack, but a very clever, space saving adaption. 6th photo.

Year Dates Noted:

1951

Value:

 

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ25

Description:

The jack is 3 stage and measures 7" retracted and 15" extended. It has SHELLEY 54 cast on one side and LJ25 FE on the other. First 2 photos courtesy of John Hawking in Australia. Final photo shows the 3 stage screw.

Applicable Vehicles:

Not known.

Jack Handle Type:

41" single piece handle with a wooden handle (see LJ25C below).

Year Dates Noted:

1954

Value:

15.00 paid on UK Ebay 7 February 2016 - no handle

 

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ25C

Description:

The jack is 2-stage and measures 7" retracted, 15.5" extended.

Applicable Vehicles:

Feedback I have received confirms that it was original equipment for the Land Rover Series I & II and III. It may also have been issued with military Land Rovers in the 50s and 60s (confirmation required).

Jack Handle Type:

As shown in 3rd photo. Bar diameter is 12mm, total length 455mm, T-bar 175mm. The 4th photo shows a 41" single piece handle. (Photo courtesy of James Woolf).

Year Dates Noted:

1955

Value:

Average price paid in 2008 = 2.99 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2009 = 21.25 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2010 = 27.64 - 3 sales

Average price paid in 2011 = 19.06 - 8 sales

Average price paid in 2012 = 29.73 - 6 sales

Average price paid in 2013 = 37.99 - 7 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 27.16 - 5 sales

Average price paid in 2015 = 35.47 - 6 sales

24.77 paid on UK Ebay 17 January 2016 - no handles

57.00 paid on UK Ebay 31 January 2016 - with handles

56.00 paid on UK Ebay 10 May 2016 - with handles

55.00 paid on UK Ebay 15 May 2016 - with handles

38.00 paid on UK Ebay 14 June 2016 - with handles

88.00 paid on UK Ebay 31 August 2016 - no handles

87.01 paid on UK Ebay 13 September 2016 - with handles

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 14 September 2016 - no handles

13.50 paid on UK Ebay 24 September 2016 - no handles

15.00 paid on UK Ebay 6 November 2016 - no handles

84.05 paid on USA Ebay 17 December 2016 - no handles

36/11 paid on USA Ebay 7 February 2017 - no handles

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 16 July 2017 - NH

25.00 paid on UK Ebay 25 July 2017 - WH

28.00 paid on UK Ebay 31 August 2017 - NH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shelley (For Land Rovers & Range Rovers)

Description:

The jack measures 6.5" high retracted and 14" extended. It is a 2-stage jack.  It looks very similar to the LJ25C above in all other details.  However, unlike all LJ-series jacks, this one has no identification numbering and lettering on the opposite side of the central barrel to the SHELLEY lettering. The 4th and 5th photos are courtesy of George Radion. They show different numbers for the same jack.

Applicable Vehicles:

Land Rover and Range Rover Series.

Jack Handle Type:

As shown in 3rd photo.

Year Dates Noted:

 

Value:

Average price paid in 2012 = 24.66 - 3 sales

Average price paid in 2013= 41.69 - 8 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 43.28 - 7 sales

Average price paid in 2015 = 21.37 - 4 sales

101.00 paid on UK Ebay 4 July 2016 - with handles

40.00 paid on UK Ebay 17 April 2017 - WH

 

 

 

 

 

Shelley 1 Ton A213

Description:

Variation to the A213 above. This jack is 1 TON.

Applicable Vehicles:

Early Land Rover Series.

Jack Handle Type:

As shown in 3rd photo above.

Year Dates Noted:

47

Value:

50.00 paid on UK Ebay 31 March 2016 - with handle

 

 

 

 

Shelley - 3 Tier

Description:

This jack appears to be another version of the LJ25 series above, attributed to Land Rover. It is 3 stage. This one sits on a 6" x 3.5" base. Retracted it is 6.25" tall. Fully extended it is 18.25". The first stage extendes 3"; the 2nd stage 4.5" and the top stage also 4.5".  The barrel is cast SHELLEY.  The only other markings are stamped on top of the winder: CA130 SC10.

Applicable Vehicles:

Probably Land Rover and Range Rover Series.

Jack Handle Type:

Not known but likely to be the same as in the entry above.

Year Dates Noted:

 

Value:

13.90 paid on UK Ebay 22 November 2015 - no handle

12.50 paid on UK Ebay 29 November 2015 - no handle

 

 

 

Shelley LJ27

Description:

The LJ27 is a double screw 4 Ton jack. It is cast SHELLEY 4 TON on one side and LJ27 1955 (date varies) ↑ MTI 31443 on the other. It is a British military jack because of the vertical arrow.

Applicable Vehicles:

A 2010 auction stated that it was part of the toolkit from a military WD Series Land Rover.

Jack Handle Type:

30" long with metal cross bar (last photo).

Year Dates Noted:

1951, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956

Value:

Average price paid in 2010 = 25.00 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2012 = 19.49 - 2 sales

Average price paid in 2013 = 18.74 - 2 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 15.00 - 1 sale

16.00 paid on UK Ebay 22 April 2016 - NH

22.99 paid on UK Ebay 14 August 2016 - WH

17.00 paid on UK Ebay 13 October 2016 - NH

12.50 paid on UK Ebay 12 March 2017 - WH

19.07 paid on USA Ebay 26 October 2017 - NH

 

 

 

Shelley A212

Description:

I have place this jack out of numerical sequence as it is very similar to the LJ31 below and may have been used on some of the same vehicles.

The A212 is a triple screw jack.  It is cast SHELLEY down the barrel and A212 in the gusset. In the other gusset it has a vertical arrow above the number 50. The base measures 5.5" by 3.5" and is 5.75" closed height. Photos and data courtesy of Geoff Mackenzie.

I have been advised by Ian Jolly that the arrow has been used to indicate Crown Property since the 1550s. It is likely that this jack was used by GPO vehicles who use this symbol rather than it being a military jack. The LJ31 below was known to be used by GPO vehicles and also carries this symbol.

Applicable Vehicles:

GPO vehicles

Jack Handle Type:

Probably two section with a wooden handle.

Year Dates Noted:

1950

Value:

9.99 paid on UK Ebay 24 June 2017 - NH

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ31

Description:

The jack measures 5.25" retracted and 13.75" extended. It has a 3/4" square drive.  The LJ31 is a 3-stage jack. My photo.

The second photo shows a vertical arrow below a 1 TON casting. I have been advised by Ian Jolly that the arrow has been used to indicate Crown Property since the 1550s. It is known that this jack was used by GPO vehicles who used this symbol as well as the military.

Picture 3 shows another casting on the Barrel: SHELLEY 1957.

The LJ31 is a shorter jack in its body than the LJ32. See the 5th and 6th photos.

Applicable Vehicles:

Morris Minor quarter ton van and open flat-bed pick-up.  The van was popular with the GPO and AA, plus small business.

May have been supplied to the Standard Vanguard. Information required please.

Jack Handle Type:

2 piece with wooden handle, 36" long - Third photo.

Year Dates Noted:

1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960

Value:

 

Average price paid to 2010 = 21.11 - 40 sales

Average price paid in 2011 = 25.43 - 25 sales

Average price paid in 2012 = 21.87 - 17 sales

Average price paid in 2013 = 33.59 - 27 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 28.89 - 18 sales

Average price paid in 2015 = 23.70 - 25 sales

16.50 paid on UK Ebay 5 February 2016 - NH

16.00 paid on UK Ebay 7 February 2016 - NH

156.99 paid on UK Ebay 16 February 2016 - WH

76.00 paid on UK Ebay 23 February 2016 - WH

17.00 paid on UK Ebay 26 February 2016 - NH

15.50 paid on UK Ebay 27 February 2016 - WH

45.00 paid on UK Ebay 6 March 2016 - WH

45.00 paid on UK Ebay 6 March 2016 - WH

47.60 paid on UK Ebay 20 March 2016 - WH

60.00 paid on UK Ebay 21 March 2016 - WH

6.99 paid on UK Ebay 30 March 2016 - NH

21.00 paid on UK Ebay 1 April 2016 - NH

9.99 paid on UK Ebay 4 April 2016 - NH

15.00 paid on UK Ebay 7 April 2016 - NH

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 10 April 2016 - NH

93.00 paid on UK Ebay 10 April 2016 - WH

8.50 paid on UK Ebay 13 April 2016 - WH

51.00 paid on UK Ebay 18 April 2016 - WH

56.50 paid on UK Ebay 4 May 2016 - WH

122.00 paid on UK Ebay 11 May 2016 - WH

27.00 paid on UK Ebay 11 June 2016 - WH

10.00 paid on UK Ebay 25 June 2016 - NH

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 6 July 2016 - NH

17.50 paid on UK Ebay 12 July 2016 - NH

42.25 paid on UK Ebay 10 July 2016 - WH

32.00 paid on UK Ebay 23 July 2016 - WH

91.99 paid on UK Ebay 29 July 2016 - WH

64.99 paid on UK Ebay 31 July 2016 - WH

17.87 paid on UK Ebay 10 August 2016 - NH

55.00 paid on UK Ebay 11 August 2016 - WH

25.00 paid on UK Ebay 5 Sept 2016 - WH

68.52 paid on UK Ebay 6 Sept 2016 - WH

6.39 paid on UK Ebay 11 Sept 2016 - NH

10.00 paid on UK Ebay 17 Nov 2016 - WH

33.00 paid on UK Ebay 15 Dec 2016 - WH

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 23 February 2017 - NH

23.99 paid on UK Ebay 17 March 2017 - NH

0.99 paid on UK Ebay 19 March 2017 - NH

17.50 paid on UK Ebay 19 March 2017 - NH

9.99 paid on UK Ebay 29 March 2017 - NH

37.99 paid on UK Ebay 9 April 2017 - WH

19.99 paid on UK Ebay 22 April 2017 - WH

5.00 paid on UK Ebay 26 April 2017 - NH

9.99 paid on UK Ebay 29 June 2017 - WH

0.99 paid on UK Ebay 7 July 2017 - NH

4.00 paid on UK Ebay 11 July 2017 - NH

40.00 paid on UK Ebay 19 July 2017 - WH

29.95 paid on UK Ebay 8 August 2017 - WH

19.99 paid on UK Ebay 11 August 2017 - NH

31.00 paid on UK Ebay 10 Sept 2017 - NH

36.00 paid on UK Ebay 12 Sept 2017 - WH

11.99 paid on UK Ebay 15 Sept 2017 - NH

38.00 paid on UK Ebay 22 October 2017 - WH

15.00 paid on UK Ebay 6 November 2017 - NH

 

 

 

 

Shelley LJ32

Description:

The jack measures 6.25" retracted and 18" extended. It has a 3/4" square drive. Although very similar to the LJ31 in many ways, including the 3-stage screws, for the extra closed height, then 1" extra per stage, you get the four inches extra height of the extended LJ32. First 4 pictures of an early nicely restored 1953 jack courtesy of Joe Robbins. This early date suggests it could have been one of the numerous jack types supplied with early Land Rovers.

Packaging recently discovered with a NOS jack supplied to the 'aftermarket' showed that the LJ32 was suitable for the following cars: BMC Maxi, Oxford 1800, 18/85, 3 Litre, Daimler Sovereign, Ford Zephyr, Zodia, Jaguar XJ6, Rootes Rapier, Sceptre, Vauxhall VX40, Ventora, Cresta. That does not necessarily mean that the jack was original equipment in any of those vehicles. Picture of packaging supplied by Andy Pole.

Applicable Vehicles:

Possibly early Land Rovers - information required.

Not sure about early 1960s use of the jack although it may have been supplied with the Bedford Pick-Up/Motor Home/Transit vehicles. However, it was supplied with the Land Rover 101FC (Army Forward Air Control vehicle) 1972 to 1978.

Jack Handle Type:

As shown in 5th photo.  Looks like 36", one piece plus wooden handle.

Also an extra long handle shown in the last 2 photos, reported to be original. The drive is 3/4" square; the handle is 5" long; the crank is 9" and the main shaft is 41". Bar diameter is 7/16"

Year Dates Noted:

1953, 1954, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964

Value:

 

Average price paid in 2008 = 39.50 - 1 sale

Average price paid in 2009 = 11.66 - 3 sales

Average price paid in 2010 = 24.20 - 5 sales

Average price paid in 2011 = 29.91 - 6 sales

Average price paid in 2012 = 19.86 - 9 sales

Average price paid in 2013 = 26.89 - 9 sales

Average price paid in 2014 = 23.82 - 12 sales

Average price paid in 2015 = 18.81 - 10 sales

18.60 paid on UK Ebay 24 January 2016 - NH

15.00 paid on UK Ebay 29 January 2016 - NH

25.00 paid on UK Ebay 2 February 2016 - WH

14.25 paid on UK Ebay 13 March 2016 - NH

15.00 paid on UK Ebay 4 April 2016 - NH

20.00 paid on UK Ebay 14 May 2016 - NH

13.00 paid on UK Ebay 12 July 2016 - NH

10.53 paid on UK Ebay 28 August 2016 - NH

16.00 paid on UK Ebay 30 August 2016 - NH

14.50 paid on UK Ebay 26 July 2017 - WH

82.00 paid on UK Ebay 13 August 2017 - WH

62.00 paid on UK Ebay 24 August 2017 - WH

22.66 paid on UK Ebay 8 October 2017 - NH

26.00 paid on UK Ebay 8 October 2017 - WH

 

 

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