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100-250 seems reasonable. If you invite a a few people down at the same time to look at it, you are more likely to get a reasonable price you want due to the increased competition. Be sure to have several facts on hand - how many hours are on it, does it throw a good picture, what kind of burn in does it show, what extras does it come with, etc. Doing some homework on these topics helps.
Craigslist and VideoGon are probably your best bet. Ebay is a no go. Even though demand is low, CRTs have many pluses compared to regular DLP and LCD projectors. Marketing it on these strengths will make it more attractive to a potential buyer.