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PC Please a half apron [exceptional] [blessed]

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Philomena B^L, Dec 3, 2007.

  1. I have a apron from many many years ago. Its exact label is,
    A Half Apron [exceptional] [blessed]

    Just mainly wondering what it would go for if I ever decided to sell it. Thanks
  2. 2-3 mil. Value on that is on the lower end because almost everyone wants to wear Crimson in that slot versus say a skirt/kilt
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    5-10m, as much as 15m, but generally towards the lower end as most players prefer to use items such as a half apron for a mule or bank sitter char since it takes up ths spot of a crimson.
  4. Yea I didn't think anyone would want it to wear, but more on the lines of deco/museum type thing. I will probably hang onto it till the day I quit anyways.Was given to me by a old friend on Europa. He was so proud of his tailor and gave me the first exceptional item he made. But nice to know the current value of some of your things [​IMG] Thank you both very much.
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    I know that some people such as myself enjoy wearing such items on their mules since generally you're at the bank or your house and not wandering around in dungeons, and a full [exceptional] or [blessed] suit can look quite snazzy!
  6. Hehe yea, I'm one of the odd people who prefer wearing this apron on my main over a crimmy. If I had it my way it would be back to old school mages who only wore a full apron, half apron, kilt, black sandals, neon hair, and could take on anything in the game pvm or pvp. Ah the good old days...