I am new to this site. My father in law recently passed leaving a train collection of mostly pre war but some post war trains. Any ideas who might be interested in buying the whole collection? Thanks for any help.
On Sat, 23 May 2020 09:13:45 +0200, Ermin de Winkel
My sympathies on your loss.
Get his friends to identify the pieces, and search ebay to get some
idea of their value, taking into account their condition. Then sell
via ebay rather than a local shop - you'll get a better deal.
One of the problems when a collector dies, is that the vultures gather
round - so don't sell to the friends until you have a good idea of the
> Op 21-5-2020 om 18:51 schreef firstname.lastname@example.org:
> > Hello,
> > I am new to this site. My father in law recently passed leaving a train
> > collection of mostly pre war but some post war trains. Any ideas who
> > might be interested in buying the whole collection? Thanks for any help.
> > Lori
> Suggest in photographing the whole lot and try to sell on ebay. Do
> include the background story. For a lot of people makes it more
> interesting of valuable.
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sonds cool thing to have i keep them
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