How to clear out a load of laserdiscs?

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Any suggestions as to the best way to clear out a load of great laserdiscs
to a good home? I've got about 500 mixed PAL and NTSC titles, many boxed
sets/collectors editions, all well cared-for and mostly in additional
protective outer sleeves. Mostly blockbuster action/adventure, family,
comedy and Disney titles.

The trouble is I don't really have the time to sit down and
list/photograph/ebay every one if I'm only going to get a few pounds
(dollars) each. Anyone interested in job lots? I'm based in the UK so
shipping to the US would probably be prohibitively expensive.

I also have some VERY rare white label discs that were made as unit
production samples for film company approval before mass-production went
ahead. All PAL Encore Entertainment/Buena Vista/Disney titles. They are,
quite literally, “one offs” as only a maximum of two were ever made for any
given title.

Any suggestions (or offers?)

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Andre Willey wrote:

> The trouble is I don't really have the time to sit down and
> list/photograph/ebay every one if I'm only going to get a few pounds
> (dollars) each. Anyone interested in job lots? I'm based in the UK so
> shipping to the US would probably be prohibitively expensive.
>
> Any suggestions (or offers?)

Don't try to sell them individually. Put together related lots, such
as all the Disney movies, all the sci-fi movies, all the chick flicks,
etc. I don't bid on individual discs on eBay.
I only buy batches of discs that interest me. When I get enough
duplicates or movies that don't interest me from those batches I put the
lot up on eBay and get rid of them myself.

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