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The best way to maximize profit is to sell your collection bit by bit on ebay (www.ebay.com). There is no minimum amount required. If you are unable and/or unwilling to photograph the items and write individual descriptions, they offer a service they call ebay valet. You drop off the items at their locations and they photograph, write descriptions and handle all of the selling for you for a fee. The caveat is that they won't accept any item with a value less than $40, which might work for you. You can read more about it here:
Alternately, you can find an antiques dealer in your area, preferably one who sells a lot of glass and offer the entire collection to the dealer.
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