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    Default Huge Collection of Classical Cd's at Estate Sale on Oct. 26th. 27th, and 28th.

    If you will be in the Birmingham, Alabama area (Odenville) on the 26th, 27th, or 28th of October, we are hosting an estate sale and auction that has over 3000 classical cds in it. There are boxes and boxes. Most will only be priced at 1.00 each, but bulk deals can be made. If you are interested you can view pictures on auction zip at the following address:
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    Or you may contact me at 205-629-0980
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    If, after the auction, you have some CD's remaining, please consider donating them to your local charity/thrift store. You can take a deduction on your taxes for donations like that, and it helps the stores to earn money so in turn they can (and do) give back to the community at large.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    If, after the auction, you have some CD's remaining, please consider donating them to your local charity/thrift store.
    That's a great idea. There's a thrift store where my in-laws live with some awesome donors. I always look forward to trips up there because they have great CD offerings, and my CD indulgence gets turned around to help people in need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tradingatthepost View Post
    If you will be in the Birmingham, Alabama area (Odenville) on the 26th, 27th, or 28th of October, we are hosting an estate sale and auction that has over 3000 classical cds in it. There are boxes and boxes. Most will only be priced at 1.00 each, but bulk deals can be made. If you are interested you can view pictures on auction zip at the following address:
    http://www.auctionzip.com/cgi-bin/ph...zip=35120&kwd=

    Or you may contact me at 205-629-0980
    Thanks.
    (kj al auc 5229)
    I'd like to see a list of the classical CDs. You may pm me, if such a list exists.

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    I know it's likely your job to sell these items but it makes me sad, I hope when I die no one will sell my things.

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    Leave it to me in your will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenfer View Post
    I know it's likely your job to sell these items but it makes me sad, I hope when I die no one will sell my things.
    Sorry, it's out of your hands, Lenfer. Sotheby's is already on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    Sorry, it's out of your hands, Lenfer. Sotheby's is already on them.
    Ha I have sisters I'm sure they will be more than happy with my things.

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    Yeah, sister's try to take your stuff while you're still around! At least mine had a habit of doing that when we were younger
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonata View Post
    Yeah, sister's try to take your stuff while you're still around! At least mine had a habit of doing that when we were younger
    Unless of course her feet were bigger than yours.

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