Attention: Ham radio operators: How to sell or dispose of equipment?

Question by CassandraM: Attention: Ham radio operators: How to sell or dispose of equipment?
My father was a ham radio operator for YEARS. He inherited equipment from several family members who passed away, in addition to what he already used. Now my Dad is also gone, and we have a storage house full of equipment that we don't know what to do with. Most of it still works, I'm pretty sure. Dad took good care of his electronics.

SO, do we find a buyer or a place to donate the equipment to? If so, how? And if we sell it, how would we begin to know what would be a fair price? I hate to just send it to the junkyard because it was such a vital part of my Dad's life.....but I don't know what else to do.

Ideas?

Best answer:

Answer by somebody
well you should have a yard sell or a garage sell to sell all the stuff but don't put price tags on them yet and set them out and when a costumer come and they ask how much it cost then you ask them back ''how much do you think it cost'' so that the costumer will think that the price is fair good luck on whatever you do will it

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