Wanting to sell speakers but don’t know how to price them......


I am thinking of selling a pair of B&W 804S; either that or my 803S.

The 804S: one is pristine, the other has a small chip in the back and a small blemish where it was bumped. I’d rate them at 8/10.

The 803S: both are pristine.  Overall 9.5/10

I’ve looked online for comparable examples but could not find any. It is currently January 2019.

I’d appreciate any feedback. :D
tobaccoleafpie
hifishark will have examples of both and what they are selling for!
Also, used speakers are not 9.5/10.0 by definition. Take a look at the Audiogon condition rating guide.
Its Audiogon not pricegon,.
@tobaccoleafpie  Have you tried looking the price up in our Bluebook, under your Explore Tab?  
I'll buy them all at $1.00 each!
No speaker is 10/10 unless they are new in box. I would say from my experience that most speakers are no better than 8/10 and the ones you mentioned first are 7/10 and the latter 8/10. I would not expect to recoup more than 50% of original list price. The B&W S models are at least a generation behind current models so 40% of list is more likely. 
The S generation are 4 generations old.

dont even expect 50%.
@jperry,  I just checked out the audiogon grading guidelines. I do not see anything that claims used speakers cannot be 9.5/10 condition. I dont see a reason that used speakers couldnt be 9.5/10. Please explain. 
Audiogon guidelines do not give a 9.5
@lazarus_long
Items can only be rated in full point increments (10, 9, 8, etc.) on the Audiogon scale.

There are no partial point increments, so they can't, by definition, be rated at 9.5, 9.25, 9.375 etc. on the Audiogon scale.
First question I would ask is 'original boxes and packing in perfect condition? Without that stuff, the speakers value drops another 15%... Beat up boxes for big items... still drop it 5% easily.
If the op is in no hurry to sell, then listing them at 60% of list (with perfect boxes) would be my suggestion. And after 30 days no sale, drop to 50%.  another month 40%     
Speakers are one of those things most folks do NOT want to ship a long distance. So usually fewer responses to ads anyway. Where I would buy a preamp from 1500 miles away, No way would I buy speakers at that distance.      
A plus is your speakers are common, that is also a minus. Plus because more folks interested, minus because more for sale. 
I agree looking up the prices of others for sale is possible.
You can use the blue book, and you can see prices on completed ebay listings.  I owned 803s, and kept track of the prices often.  I think you'll find the 803s (or 803S) are worth between 2500 and 3000, and the 804s are worth 1700 to 2200.  That's my estimate, which is worth about as much as you paid for my thoughts.  :-)

Original boxes and packaging are critical.  Truly good condition is also critical to get the best price, obviously.  Take a lot of pictures to document the condition.  Also, they are hard to ship, so take more pictures as you pack them to ship, so you have an accurate record of the condition before shipping.  
Pair 804S sold this week in Portland OR.  New $4000 Asking price $1795.  Do not know the final price only the asking.  See the ad here.
https://echohifi.com/details/13109/B&W_804-S