Selling a Collection Efficiently

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Jul 31, 2005
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Scranton, PA
Hey all - i guess the time has finally arrived. I have little
desire to collect baseball cards anymore,
and am looking for suggestions as to dissolve my collection
of an estimated 6,000 cards (maybe more).

My collection right now is listed alphabetically by player. Would
it be best to break the collection up by manufacturer and year?
Or try and sell player lots?

Most of my stuff is late 80s, 90s and early 2000s. No real high value stuff.

Does anyone know if cards can be donated to charity? If i can't get anything
I would prefer the space...

Thank you and Merry Xmas!

You'd be better off trying to sell the lot, IMO. You're not going to get as much as you would selling singles, but you'll save a buttload of time in listing and shipping. I know children's hospitals take donations.
Good luck.
I will do my best to organize them as a lot/s. They have been in great care.

Casey - i will look into some hospitals in my area. Thank you.