Market-value in a sentence

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It would have been in vain to represent to such a man as the Worshipful Mr. Creakle, that Twenty Seven and Twenty Eight were perfectly consistent and unchanged; that exactly what they were then, they had always been; that the hypocritical knaves were just the subjects to make that sort of profession in such a place; that they knew its market-value at least as well as we did, in the immediate service it would do them when they were expatriated; in a word, that it was a rotten, hollow, painfully suggestive piece of business altogether.
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This ring is worth two hundred guineas, fair market-value.
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It is said that the average Englishman is less ready than the average German or Frenchman to sympathize with ideas which have no obvious market-value.
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Examples of Market-value

Example #1
We left them to their system and themselves, and went home wondering.
Example #2
We had now seen all there was to see.
Example #3
But as I can ask for no one more than it is absolutely worth, I must take my profit off you: do you think that is fair?
Example #4
Mr. Burns looked at it as if his keen eyes would pierce to the very heart of its mystery, turned it every way, examined it in every position relative to the light, removed it from its setting, went through the diamond catechism with it afresh, then weighed it, thought over it, and said, "What do you take the stone to be worth, Mr. Warlock?
Example #5
Yet in England there is an amount of high culture among those not professionally scholars, which it would be vain to seek among ourselves.
Example #6
Since the beginning of this century, England has produced as many great writers and thinkers as France or Germany; yet the general status of culture in England is said-perhaps with truth-to be lower than it is in these countries.