I think the answer to your question comes down to a couple of different points.
First thing is that there are common clashes. If it's a common one then there would be little interest in the clash.
If it's an unusual clash, there might be interest in the clashed coin from someone that collects clashes.
If it's an unusual and bold clash like the GR-91 on 1881 large cent then the clash is sought after and a premium might get paid.
Having said all of that, I like and collect clashes on large cents. However, I have not paid a premium to acquire one. It would be a factor in my decision of one coin over another. I would take the one with the bold unusual clash.