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    Senior Member Mhendricks's Avatar
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    Pelissier hubs

    I was going through my wheels today to put together a set for a 77 Ralieigh mixte that I've got when I noticed that one was a Pelissier hub on a Schothorst rim with a 5-speed Malliard Freewheel. Any value to these? Otherwise, I'll put it on the mixte.
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    I've heard that Pelissier hubs are really, really smooth. It might not be worth a fortune (I'm not sure), but it could be one of the better hubs you have.
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    I think they are potentially quite valuable, but I too know very little.
    they look nice:
    http://www.classicrendezvous.com/Fra...ssier_main.htm

    if it's old and french there is a good chance some Japanese collector would like to pay you handsomely for them.
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