The current issue of the Bluie Book of Gun Values lists the "Beretta 951 Brigadier" as being "worth" $285.00 in 100% or mint condition, but the Italian made Model 1951 in good condition is worth more than that. The Blue Book goes on to say to "add $350.00" for the "Egyptian" (denoted by an EC prefix on the serial number) or "Israeli" model, both of which were made in Italy by Beretta. There is also an Egyptian made copy of the Model 1951 which routinely sells for much less than the Italian made versions. Assuming that your two guns are both in good condition, good grips, factory mags, etc., I would say that they are easily "worth" $400.00 to $500.00 a piece. Not sure how you distinguish the "Israeli" Model 1951, but if either of your two guns have the EC prefix or Israeli markings, they would be "worth" more than that to a collector.