I was driving down the street the other day and happened upon a last minute estate sale. The family had decided the night before that they were going Occupational Therapist (OT) have a sale. Everything in the house was for sale. My difficult child went into the basement and found many old books, I fond some upstairs. Some from the 1800's. Very, very interesting. Inside the books were someone's cut out's of a newpaper, dated, 1936 and one dated 1912. I found a very interesting tea pot and creamer and sugar bowl, looked old and felt very heavy. I bought the box with a few other items for 3.00. Turns out that they have the same exact set on E-bay selling for 170.00. The books were a quarter a piece and in very good shape, for being so old. One of the books is for sale on Alibris for 400.00. It is a first edition children's book. Several others that are selling for 136.00 and 95.00. Anyone know where or how to sell these items without being ripped off? I am keeping one, the 1885 Dr. Chase's third and final receipt book. Online it says it was the other book along with the Bible that Pioneers always had with them. It is a medical book, recipe book, lot's of miscellaneous things like what to use to keep ants out of your house. It has bee keeper information and much, much more.