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What is Considered the most sought after collectible Golf Disc (excluding the USDGC Rocs)?

Is their a particularly elusive collectible that someone has been looking for, perhaps even only exist in legend??

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i believe the legendary "buzz-bee" is possibly the most sought after collectible. they do exist.
Original Pin Tin set from Frisbee Pies !!!!
Original Pluto Platter in package or the Mistery Y in package !!!!
i would say champion edition teebirds....
anything Champion Edition seems to get alot of peoples attention
I just saw one on ebay for like 400ish..
http://cgi.ebay.com/BUZZBEE-VINTAGE-70s-FRISBEE-SMOKING-PIPE-BOWL-B...
biscgolf said:
i believe the legendary "buzz-bee" is possibly the most sought after collectible. they do exist.
I would say based on supply and demand and the apparent monetary value, it would have to be the 2001 USDGC Champion Edition Roc. BUT, since we ruled those out, I would have to concur with Lars, the First Run CE Teebird.
Off the top of my head.

Golf Discs?
Old Aeros.
Old Shuttle Puppy
Old Flying Eye Stamped Discs
CE Stuff
KC ANYx Discs

For the Discraft stuff help me out guys.
I would call Buzzbees or Pie Tins golf discs myself, and it might not be the most valuable, but my vote goes to the Shuttle Puppy.
I think CE Gazelles typically go for more than CE Teebirds...probably b/c it was a much smaller run and the first official CE disc ever produced. I've seen them go for $300 on discgolfvalues.com.

Related story - a buddy of mine from Hot Springs was at a garage sale a few months ago and came across an original Pluto Platter still in the package...for a whopping $0.25 :D
Gabriel said:
I just saw one on ebay for like 400ish..
http://cgi.ebay.com/BUZZBEE-VINTAGE-70s-FRISBEE-SMOKING-PIPE-BOWL-B...
biscgolf said:
i believe the legendary "buzz-bee" is possibly the most sought after collectible. they do exist.

Wow a flying bong.. that's just incredible. Please note that this one is for use with tobacco only! I thought you were talking about a discraft buzzz!
Rusty Pappas said:
I think CE Gazelles typically go for more than CE Teebirds...probably b/c it was a much smaller run and the first official CE disc ever produced. I've seen them go for $300 on discgolfvalues.com.

Related story - a buddy of mine from Hot Springs was at a garage sale a few months ago and came across an original Pluto Platter still in the package...for a whopping $0.25 :D

don't the valks go for more than either one?

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