husband has a stamp collection that goes back several generations. It's rather huge. I know dittly about stamps. I do know from both husband and his mother that there are many many very valuable stamps in that collection. She estimated it at well over 20k, and mother in law said herself that is a conservative estimate that was done many years ago for insurance. I repeat, I know squat about stamps. I do know husband sold several and made some decent cash with them. They were ones he had many duplicates of. No one in the family has an interest in stamps or stamp collecting. I have no interest in storing them to wait and see if one of the grands would. This was something husband started with his grandparents and mom as a small child.......mother in law started with her grandparents and mom the same way. Hence, the generations thing. I repeat I don't want to store the darn things. I've been after husband for literally years to sell the collection as he was no longer collecting and hadn't for more than 30 yrs. But I also want to get their worth out of them, in other words, I don't want someone getting them for a steal and getting ripped off. I have no clue who I'd go to or talk to or anything. Ebay is little help. husband's collection is vast (no kidding). I have no patience to go through each stamp or each sheet of stamps to figure out their individual value to get an idea of the true value of the collection. That would require me to learn about stamps, and if I wanted to do that I'd just keep the darn things. I don't mind taking a small loss to get rid of them to someone who would really appreciate them, but not ripped off. And I found some ball cards too that he purchased years ago for Travis.......then took back because Travis wasn't caring for them........those are easy, they go back to Travis. lol He either takes care of them or not. And he could find their value easy enough, we have a seasoned card dealer as a neighbor who is now retired who could tell him. I also have a lot of old coins from all over the darn world too...........and from the US. Those I'll hold on to for now, they don't take up much room. And actually are much easier to find out their value than these darn stamps. I even have this heavy duty microscope thingie in which to view the stamps properly.........no clue what to do with that thing, it's huge.