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Texas Longhorns

I have a mounted set of bull horns that are about 5' wide,
the guy I bought my house off left them behind and I was
going to sell them, just unsure of what they might be worth.. I have seen much smaller horns on ebay for sale at $75-100.. thoughts?
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Re: Texas Longhorns

not attempting to sound smart, but they are worth what someone is willing to pay. I've seen sets of TX go for as little as 20 at auctions here and I've heard people tell me they've paid 200+. Put a price on them that would make you happy and don't look back

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Re: Texas Longhorns

I would like to find a farmer who has longhorns that I could get a skull from to put in my beetles n do a euro mount out of one!
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Re: Texas Longhorns

I saw a few listed that were 5' wide with the entire skull for $189 to $200. I would say 100 bucks sounds about right for just the horns. Shipping is gonna be a pain though.

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Shipping may be a lot more than you get for the horns.
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Re: Texas Longhorns

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I would like to find a farmer who has longhorns that I could get a skull from to put in my beetles n do a euro mount out of one!
Give Bear a call- he may be able to get ya watch yer after!
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Re: Texas Longhorns

thanks for the contact beaglador but It looks like there in Virginia, and the shipping to get one of those skulls would prob be pretty pricey!
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