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    I import specialized tools to sell from England,at the same time I buy carving chisels for my own use.What I look for are the old Sheffield tools,Addis,Hill(better),Herring Bros etc.Have wound up with a mish mash of about 40 redundent items.And,more will be coming.How do you sell them,e-bay drives the price up,I don't have time to go to shows and take a commercial table,and when I get my web site up I don't want to be doing,Addis #22,bent into a fish hook,crack in handle,is it worth $10,pp?,or Early Marples #1x1in,large hand handle,ex cond,$20pp.So,any suggestions,if not I will fold and sell them to an e-bay dealer thank for your time nad,,[email protected]

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