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Tips Needed For Selling Slide Collection

Sun Nov 12, 2017 9:25 pm

Hi,
Need some advice. Someone has mentioned casually that he might want to buy my slide collection, all originals shot by myself. I have everything digitized (three backups) and don't have any use for the originals nor do I want to get into the business or auctions and conventions. The buyer would get only the original slides. I would keep the digital version for my own use only. There are a little over 1140 slides, from 1975 through September, 2001. (I went digital in '02) Most are from the USA and Mexico, with some from HKG as well as Europe.

Question is, how much would it be worth, expressed either per slide or in total? I'd be selling the collection in total, not piecemeal. As you have nothing to look at, your answers will be understandably vague.

Any other tips? Thanks

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