I'm not sure what it's worth, but the vintage has value over the new, because even traditional handmade items in Morocco are currently made with Chinese material. How do I know this? Because I know a guy who imports wool and leather, one container at a time, into Morocco. Apparently, due to increased tourist traffic, the traditional craftspeople can't get enough material to manufacture enough "traditional" goods. Thus, the leather bag you get in Fes has about a 50% chance of being made from leather imported by my friend as it does of being made from leather tanned in the pits near the medina. Same goes for rugs. The leather in China is actually produced in the exact same way as the leather in Fes, under the supervision of a Moroccan leather tanner. The wool comes from the same variety of goat or sheep or whatever. But if it's authenticity you seek, you can only be certain you are getting what you paid for if you buy older stuff. Just guessing I'd say $3k in New York, but I might be way off.