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Liquidating a gamer estate

Options for efficiently liquidating a large collection of games, typically as part of an estate.
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Eric Engelmann
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This is the very beginning of an attempt to build a list of links and comments on potential buyers of large gamer collections.

I'll start with Congress of Gamers, my own company. We'll be especially competitive in Euro games in the mid-Atlantic area, but any large collection of any type (RPG, war games, euros, etc., 200+ games) anywhere in the continental USA is of interest.

BGG User Brad Miller (https://boardgamegeek.com/user/Windopaene) buys collections in the Seattle area.
Noble Knight games buys large game lots. http://www.nobleknight.com/SellingTrading.asp
http://www.finegames.com/trade-in.htm (Mainly just war games?)
http://www.trollandtoad.com/ But I only see CCG purchasing. Am I missing something?
http://www.towerofgames.com/trade.html buys board games, RPG, and CCG material
https://boardgameco.com/trading/ Their focus is trading, but they will also buy a collection.
Dragon.Eggs@RetailBusinessServices.com Dragon Eggs buys game collections of all sizes, primarily roleplaying and board games (family, euro, and war games), from vintage to new, and from a few modules to hundreds. No CCG's.
BGG user OfficeGlen (https://boardgamegeek.com/user/officeglen) buys wargame collections or sets in Canada.

Any other recommendations? PM me or leave a comment here.
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