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We have been in business for quite some time and have accumulated all sorts of 'dead stock' through the years. I would like to liquidate as much of this as possible right now, since we will probably never use some of these items again. Any suggestions as to how to do this? Has anyone done this before? I dread the idea of trying to sell cast iron fittings on EBay, and would rather sell a 'lot' at a time. Thanks for any help. Mary
 

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Take a pic and put an add on craigslist every few days.

Also there's alot of Florida plumbers on this site, so you may want to post it in the plumbers swap section here.
 

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We have been in business for quite some time and have accumulated all sorts of 'dead stock' through the years. I would like to liquidate as much of this as possible right now, since we will probably never use some of these items again. Any suggestions as to how to do this? Has anyone done this before? I dread the idea of trying to sell cast iron fittings on EBay, and would rather sell a 'lot' at a time. Thanks for any help. Mary
Where in florida is the merchandise? Give me a brief idea of what you have and how much $ you expect to sell it for..

I see your in Bradenton from your other post. What do you have thats easy to ship another repair shop might want?
 

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For example, I have an Elkay Lustertone sink LR-1722 (new in box), and LR-1918 (new in box), a 2" Bar sink strainer in polished brass with basket, a silver American Standard whirlpool tub - cast iron 5', left hand, new in crate, more bar sinks, lavatories, kitchen sinks, faucets, pipe, fittings, some oddball stuff that we stock that nobody else does (I said we NEVER get rid of anything).
 
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