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Please help with ID'ing some Schaefer Blocks

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by richg99, Mar 11, 2020.

  1. richg99
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    richg99 New Member

    Having reached 80 years of age, I have FINALLY started selling off some of my treasures. (Ha Ha)

    I thought about opening an eBay account (never did that before) and selling these 4 Schaefer blocks, but I don't know what to call them. They are triples, and two are the same; and two more that are different. Perusing Schaefer's catalog, I can't find exact matches. They appear to be 2 inch; #2 Aluminum style #5 ( I think). I see that prices have gone up a lot since Sue and I sailed about 15 years ago.

    Any help much appreciated. Thanks, richg99 (Houston, TX)

    p.s. I have better and closer shots of each one if necessary.

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