Can anyone ID this pair?

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happycappy1314

On Training Wheels
I run a community non-profit youth cycling program and these bikes were donated. I am looking to get rid of them and augment our scholarship fund, but I need to find a value to post on Ebay. It looks like the men's bike is from late October 1951 and the woman's is from February 1952. The condition is rough. Can anyone help point me in the right direction?

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49autocycledeluxe

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I think most collectors would call that condition "good".

the men's bike is pre war, I paid $150.00 for a similar condition post war frame. just the frame and NOTHING else.

put air in the tires and give them a basic clean up.

you could probably sell them right here and now.

hard to put a price on them, ladies bikes are a hard sell. where I live the men's would sell for at least $500.00, more if you want to wait for the right buyer... bikes are more expensive here than where you are
 

HEMI426

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Some people never take into consideration location, condition (NOS) supply and demand when pricing, something could be worth alot more in different areas.
 
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