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  1. Toadman

    Toadman New Member

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    Hi new here. I have a stack of flight manuals and Associated material.any idea if a Museum or private collector would be interested and how to contact? One is a Walt Disney Illustrated pilot guide from 1942
     
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    Some pictures might help. There are plenty who might be able to direct you.
     
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    I tried to upload album but would not load. Links will take you to pics.
     
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    This is the one with illustrations by Walt Disney
     
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    Were you looking to donate or sell?
     
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    Those look fantastic! Will be keeping this in mind. By the way, welcome aboard!
     
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    You do realize that none of these are particularly earth shattering or rare, right?
     
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    If so,where are they? I'd love to price them out.
     
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    Google is your friend.

    If you want something from the Air Corps/Force relatively rare, try an Arado 234 manual in english, or maybe two.
     
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    George Patton Canadian Refugee

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    Check eBay; both current auctions and completed/sold listings. That will give you an idea for what they are worth to consumers. I very much doubt a museum would be interested in purchasing these -- your best bet is to list them online.

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    Depending on where you are and the current tax laws you might be able to claim then as a donation. If so Ebay prices are a good way to validate the value you are assigning to them.
     
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    Cool.i have a small flight Museum here in town
     

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