Actually, I'm not trying to be coy. I actually don't have a clue because not only have I never tried to sell any, I don't know of anyone who has.
Some of our patients have said that they've paid $40 a gram for oil, and it wipes out the better part of a day making acetate, so 20 grams divided by 8 hours equals .4 hours per gram. At $100/hr labor, labor would be about $40 a gram.
Production costs are minimal, so $80/85 gram would no doubt sell as fast as wax at that price, and of course will actually fetch what ever the market will bear, because it is good and a rarity at the moment.
An age is called Dark not because the light fails to shine, but because people refuse to see it.
Believing is seeing and ignorance is bliss until it bites you in the ass!
Fervor is the weapon of the impotent. The harder the sell, the poorer the product.
Alas, my ignorance abounds; the more I've learned, the less I know that I know..........
Thou shalt seek and respect the opinions of operators, even unto the third helper, for theirs is a wisdom unknown to technicrats.
Wise men learn more from fools, than fools from wise men.
In my dotage I finally discovered that the secret to putting on pants both legs at a time is sitting down.