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Drowning in Canadian stamps

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Sorry to post this on the "World Coins" board, but I couldn't figure out a better place to ask. I acquired a HUMONGOUS collection of mostly Canadian stamps, literally probably 10 cubic feet of material. Where in heck-ola do I go to dispose of this stuff? Should I just burn it in the fireplace? Use as stocking stuffers?? Are they a suitable substitute for kitty litter??? Can I donate them to the funny-farm to really drive those residents crazy????frustrated.gif HELP!!!



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If they are in the same date range as the coins I'm sorry to say that you won't have much luck. I enough problems getting rid of my US stamps that I can only manage how tough it would be to get rid of Canadian junk. I think you're best bet would be to throw them on eBay as a group lot. Just take a few good pictures,and take the time to count the face value...




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