I have a few things I wouldn't mind selling but do not know how to find the right market for. First is a quilt top. Back when we lived with my mother a friend of hers insisted I go to her quilt store (woman is obsessive about making quilts) because they were selling the samples they had made to show off techniques and fabrics. I got a twin size (I think - have to measure it again) quilt top made all out of Mary Engelbreit fabrics. It is machine pieced, but beautifully done. Their sample makers win contests regularly. Since that time I have come to the conclusion that I am NOT cut out to assemble quilts. I have tried on others and tehy just never look even 1/10th of the way decent. So I would rather NOT jump in with this one and muck it up. Instead, i would at least like to get the $55 I spent for it. It doesn't seem like a very high price, as quilts go, but I know that ebay is NOT the right place to sell it. I also have quite a collection of the old recipe books that used to be published by various appliance makers, foods (think Hershey's, Peanut coalition, etc....) LONG before microwaves were sold. Some are vintage and some are antique. Again, not something to sell on ebay. I got them at estate sales and garage sales. If I could get some $$ for them it would be handy. Some won't have value but some do. My mother wanted to pay me $65 for one of them - she has a Chamber's oven - very old gas oven built like a tank and amazing. The cookbook that came with them is very hard to find, esp in one piece. The stove came with the house and we bought a xerox of the book from the one place in the country that refurbishes tehn that we knew of. Years later (decades, really) I got the cookbook for $2 with several others. I gave it to her as a gift but it regularly sells for the $65 or even more now. It was a decade ago when i got it and gave it to her. They are books like that. Does ANYONE know where I can find a good estimate of value on these? They are called Kitchen Ephemera for some reason. Thanks a lot. I am trying to weed out stuff we dont' need, and the money could be very useful right now.