Depending on the lens, which looks like a 135mm or 150mm, which should add a couple hundred more.
If you tell us everything inscribed on the lens, you can expect meaningful comments as to its worth. Look thru the glass and report any "haze" or little black specks, etc. If you feel comfortable about trying the shutter operation, give it a whirl but don't force anything, and report any stickiness or sluggishness.
I use this type of kit I would expect this to go higher not lower than $400.
Originally Posted by Whiteymorange
On the other points: The type of photographer most likely to use this type of kit is also the type less likely to have the $4-500 to buy it, I think..., but then I combine the value structure of a cheapskate with the financial acumen of an art teacher (in other words, none at all). I believe the value, as I stated, is close to Jon's estimate, but artists, still life photographers, studio hobbyists, etc, are the market, and a real world sale depends greatly on where it is sold and even on what day. If the right person sees the kit, maybe the value will be realized, if not, I would expect it to sell at closer to $200. The other suggested users have many options for what format and what type of camera they carry around, and a monorail is not easy to deal with outside of a studio.
The lens looks like a Symmar-S or something, it's new enough to be MC at least. If the shutter works and glass is clean, expect $100-150 just for that.
I was looking for an LF camera last year, anything with Sinar on it went for $300 or more so I rapidly gave up on them and ended up with a Toyo.
An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.