I think if you want to see the “right” way to do it you could point to Danelectro. Provided I’m not way off base with assuming they’re under the same ownership that had the name in the late 90’s when the brand was re-introduced, they started with a couple of flagship models that were pretty good recreations of the originals, at a really low price point to get things going - and from there they have covered the whole gamut - reissues, reinterpretations, brand new “could have been” models, and other just funky cool stuff like effects and battery-powered amps. Pricing is a big deal. The Dano reissues were offered at $199 when they came out which was considerably less than you could get vintage pieces for. The Harmonys and Kays are priced quite a bit higher. In fact the reissue Rockets were almost twice what you could buy an original for IIRC.