Stamps (Philately)/Postal Commemorative Society albums
My late husband subscribed to Postal Commemorative Society First-Day Covers from approximately 1988 to his death in 2012. He stored the materials in large looseleaf albums (each item in a page protector). The albums now fill a good-sized book case. I am interested in shifting them from my house to somewhere they might be appreciated. How might I do this, and if the answer is "on line," how should I estimate what they might be worth?
Please keep in mind that the Postal Commemorative Society is a company that specializes in arranging fairly common philatelic items into attractive packaging. The collection absolutely has value, but very likely a fraction of the original cost.
You would likely find a buyer on the online auction site ebay.com. On ebay, search the words "Postal Commemorative Society" to see how other sellers are showing and pricing similar items. I recommend various digital photos of the albums in the bookcase plus a few sample pages, and tell the story of how the collection was assembled. Take care to determine how you would ship the collection to the buyer - number of boxes, sizes and weights - because you could very well lose money in the transaction by underestimating the shipping cost.
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