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You may use this chat to post salts that you want to sell. There is no charge for using it please be descriptive when posting a salt for sale you must leave you email address or a way to be contacted. Include Price, Description and a Picture

Let me know when you sell your listed salt and I will remove it from the list. Jeff

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Dfitti
06-18-2019
02:23 PM ET (US)

Additional pictures
can respond to rdcom1@ptd.net
Edited 06-18-2019 02:24 PM
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DFitti
06-18-2019
02:22 PM ET (US)

 My family inherited a salts collection from my aunt and we are looking to sell them. I have pictures of about 75 of them but there are probably 50 + more. Any suggestions on how to sell or if anyone is interested in buying some or all. Currently, the 75 salts are residing in PA and the additional are in VA and OR but can get pictures . Just looking for a fair price.
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Divikom
02-03-2019
07:58 AM ET (US)
Great offer Kleiderspinde aus Stahl
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Mary
12-26-2018
10:12 AM ET (US)
Hi Janet. Any chance of some pictures so we can see what her collection consisted of? Also where are you located and are you willing to ship the salts if necessary? Thanks,Mary
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Janet Campbell
12-26-2018
09:42 AM ET (US)
My Grandmother Doris Foster Campbell began collecting salts on her Honeymoon in approximently 1920. I inherited her collection of nearly 100 salts with her journal descriptions. They were valued at $400 in 1983. I’m looking to sell the entire collection. Thank you.
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Judy JohnsonPerson was signed in when posted
11-09-2018
06:33 PM ET (US)
Hello Robin! For starters, can you tell us where you are located and approximately how many salts you are looking to sell? If you are a Facebook user, I would also suggest posting your question there in the Open Salt Collectors of the World group. I'm one of the admins, so I will get you approved asap!

Empress Judy
COLD, icky Upstate NY
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Robin
11-07-2018
05:57 PM ET (US)
Can someone recommend a good place to start in trying to sell a large salt dip collection recently inherited? Is it best to try on-line or to sell in person?
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Judy JohnsonPerson was signed in when posted
10-24-2018
06:20 PM ET (US)
Hello RJ - this is interesting! I did not know about the Excelsior pattern being a pre-cursor to Kings Crown! If you are on Facebook, I would suggest you also post there. We have a group called Open Salts: Buy, Sell or Trade which you are welcome to join. We also have a group called Open Salt Collectors of the World. That second group is focused more on sharing and not really for buying/selling. Glad you found us, and hope to see you on Facebook as well.
Judy
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RJ
10-24-2018
12:49 PM ET (US)
Hi y'all. Ive been collecting for a few years now. I'm trying to find a specific salt for sale. It
was made by Adams & co. glass. It was his excelsior pattern. I'm hoping to find a clear one (no flashing).
It is rectangular in shape and measures 1 3/4" x 2 1/2". The excelsior pattern of course later became
Kings Crown when his company was absorbed by U.S. Glass. If anyone has this salt for sale, let me
know: rjbman@comcast.net
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Melissa
10-19-2018
11:38 AM ET (US)

picture #3
meltcoll@yahoo.com
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Melissa
10-19-2018
11:37 AM ET (US)

more pictures of my salts meltcoll@yahoo.com
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Melissa
10-19-2018
11:35 AM ET (US)

HI! I have several salts from my grandmothers house and I'm trying to value them and/or sell them to the right person. Please let me know if you know anything about these items. There are more, but I only took a few pictures in the china cabinet. meltcoll@yahoo.com
Edited 10-19-2018 11:36 AM
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Sabrina Valenta
10-14-2018
02:34 PM ET (US)
Hi Jenny
see you are selling a least 100 salts. Have you sold already?
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Jenny
09-06-2018
11:09 AM ET (US)
I have at least 100 salt dip collection that was my great aunts. Not sure what to all for them. But they are for sale.
Edited 09-06-2018 11:10 AM
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David Emery
04-29-2018
11:16 AM ET (US)

I have 20 vintage ink blotters from the 1937 World's Fair. These feature Jefferson Island hexagon free running salt and are in a hexagon shape. I guess this was the same Jefferson Island where the mine disaster was. I'm trying to sell them for a friend who would like $2.00 each for them or best offer if sold as a total group. If interested, I'm at david.emery@twc.com
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