Used speakers with a scratch usually sell for, at maximum, 50% of retail.
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Usually wood scratches are easy to reapir and can be pretty hard to see once done right..I would try to repair scratch and just makse sure you list the speaker having a scratch and deduct nothing,specially a good quality speaker..If the scratch is in the front of the speaker you must consider deducting a few bucks.........
Professional touch up guys can make the scratch completely disappear.Depending on the finish.
I was quoted over $1000 to fix piano black by a professional furniture restorer. Basically, the speaker required a complete re-paint.
I returned the speakers for a refund.