How much should I sell all the coral and fishes for?

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hi, I haven't kept up with the prices, how much should I sell all the coral and fishes for?
2-clowns & 1- Yellow tang
about 10 sps colonies
red goni & duncan is about 6x6
green leather coral is about 10x8
for size reference tank is 24x24x24
sorry for the dark pics, don't have a camera filter for blue light

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Just my very rough ranges based off what I can see. As other said it hard to say without more details. Since most of those aren't really pieces you gonna be shipping it depends lot on your local market and whether you selling individually or package deal.

The goni and that chalice should get you a pretty good return. The lepto rock and montis I see I would say 100-200 each. Can't really see the acros well but assuming they are fairly nice and healthy(but guessing nothing that would be considered high end) maybe couple hundred dollars each for what look like large ones in there..

Clowns $40-$60 a pair? Tang I'm not really sure what going on with prices of those with them talking about hawaii opening back up.
 
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Thanks for all the replies
Location Suffern NY 10901
We are thinking about moving but not 100% sure when, so don’t want to wait for last
I was also thinking about 2000
I know if I sell piece by piece or better frag everything up I can sell for alot more but I don’t want to deal with so many people coming to my house rather have one person take everything
 
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Thanks for all the replies
Location Suffern NY 10901
We are thinking about moving but not 100% sure when, so don’t want to wait for last
I was also also thinking about 2000
I know if I sell piece by piece or better frag everything I can sell for alot more but I don’t want to deal with so many people coming to my house rather have one person take everything
 
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Even though I'm in NY, your still about a 5 hour drive one way! I would love to take some of those SPS colonies off your hands.

Specially the blue with green polyps in the back.

EDIT:
and that pink millie!
 
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Ok great that's what I was hoping, something easy not like a calcium reactor + co2 bottle all that stuff. Two dosers, the right light and feed and rock sourcing

You need to sell it with this thread as a valuation link they can read

The rocks and overall system arrangement + tuning and towering sps growth make that live rock exceptional. Anyone who imports that rock gets the best rock in reefing, it's cured to what aquariums support vs ocean rock that has to down cure slowly for a year.
 
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