Last week we finally got to steal some capped honey frames for ourselves (2nd season keeping bees). I thought the following yields might be of interest to other beginners, the volumes surprised me..I expected less.
We took 4 deep frames. 2 were really nice and even and have been set aside for later when we will borrow a friends extractor after more harvest, the other 2 were lopsided so we cut 1/4 out of 1 as cut comb honey and crushed and strained the rest.
not counting the cut chunk:
2 frames yielded almost exactly 1 gallon after straining
the resulting wax when melted in a double boiler yielded another full pint and a nice clean cake of wax weighing about 9 oz.
I really didn't expect that much honey was still mixed in with the wax, definitely worth melting it out at this scale rather than feeding it back to bees or just rinsing it away.
I am sure yields vary with combs and straining technique but thought these might be reasonable baseline numbers for other hobbyists to consider.