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Hi Kris and welcome. Dan is correct. Even if they are a bit newer and are carbide instead of HSS they still won't be worth that much. Stanley bits do not command very good prices. If they are HSS you might get $1 each for them. If they are carbide maybe $5 each (ebay prices).

Same goes for those molding head cutters. Not a lot of people have one of them. I do and it is over 30 years old. Another issue is that there were two models. A one cutter head and a 3 cutter head. So one group will only want the cutters if there are 3 and the other group will only be interested in one. I see them on ebay somewhat regularly and they sell from $5 a set to $10 a set. I've seen sellers ask for $12 and I don't think I've ever seen anyone pay that. There is a company that still makes cutters for those heads named Corob Cutter. Their bits sell for $17 per set I believe.
 
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