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please can you help i have 100 classical music dvds ,so when i die who can i leave them to when i die.i dont want to give them to charity shops or my family

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DVDs are quickly on the way out, following CDs. A young music student who might appreciate them would be one choice ... or a music school library which would agree to circulate them among students would be good. Some of them might be sold on amazon.co.uk; in the US, Amazon will offer some money for certain titles. Of course, you might try to sell them on ebay.com where there is bit more traffic for used video items.

Best of luck in finding a good home for them.

Cheers!
Michael Johnston
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