It would probably be fairly low unless you find a niche buyer in your area, as this piece of furniture would be hard to ship, and may cost more than it is worth. At best, you may get as much as $100 I'm sorry to say...
I would like to add to this and mention that I just purchased one, in absolute PERFECT condition, and I mean without a scratch... and I only paid $20 dollars. Seems as if the value should be higher but the man in the thrift store said that they are so widely available that he has even thrown them away in the past.
Just sold the family 1965 RCA Victor console stereo that was six feet long and had a radio, turntable, phono jack socket, and record cabinet in January 2011 for $75, but it had some operation issues. My guess is between $75 and $125 depending on the features and condition.
Value of old 1965 20c english
0.01 USD. The face value.
If you found it in change, face value only.
Value is for the silver about $2.50
Face value: 10 cents.
English Electric KDF9 for one circa 1965
Proof sets were not made in 1965, but a 1965 special mint set is worth $12.00 USD.
1965 to 1969 Kennedy half dollars were all struck in 40% silver and have a bullion value of about $2.00
Uncirculated, it is worth $3.
It is 3500 pounds!
mint condition set of 1965 about $4,000
A 1965 sms dime has an average retail value of $2.00.
Pre-1965 silver coins are worth more for the silver than face value.
The U.S. didn't print any bills dated 1965.
There are no mintmarks on 1965 Kennedy half dollars.
around 50 cents
Sorry no such thing
It's worth 25 cents.