Hi, Have tons of question and as always very little help.
My question is about the title of my post if some one will answer me .Is there value for FDC's collection of United Nations?
When I first found we inherited our parents Collectible Store,I new our Dad was also a collector of three types of collection.I was the one picked to sell off those items .
I now have been a seller on eBay for 15 years.He had such a love for what he did.We had such a love for Him.I just completed selling His inventory and some of the collection of Sports Trading Cards 5/Sports.Here on eBay and to Dealers.
I just was starting on his personal coins collections 1 being error coins, when I found out about his 3rd Love for Stamps. Sure and why not he was the Assistant Postmaster until he retired.
I have come to the board before I want to thank you jimbo since you were the one who tried to help me out when I started. I have since been doing research since you were the only one who tried to break it down for me.
I have been returning every "now-and-then" let me say more like lurking here to see if there might be much more I could get from the board.It isn't the questions that have me posting this right now. Instead it's the answers to folks just like myself, that don't want to be collectors .We are here trying to sell what was left to us as heirs.Let me say this if you Love Your Family plus are a collector, SELL IT so they don't have to.
Most of the answers are oh you must send them to be Certified and then make sure your not selling fakes and you must buy this book ( know where I'm going with this post.) You are scaring them off. They aren't getting any answers to sell them.That is why they came here.It was why I first did ,I got the same thing even if I could get and answer other them jimbo!!
There are so many different ways Stamps turn,this way- they that way U.S. ,World , faces,birds ,and da da da da da. That is already enough to drive them away.
Best way for me was research the listings,and realize that your not going to sell them for what any book says.Just put them out there and let the folks bid.Plus remember there are many that are selling ,and you will sell them for what the bidder wants to pay.
Still research listing so you have a good idea where to start you price.
Thanks for letting me vent.
Lindy I am Woman hear Me Roar
I sell antique/vintage jewelry. A couple of years ago I bought several thousand stamps because I thought they would be fun. I have had them in a bin since that time. I am confused on this Russian stamp. Any help would be appreciated.