Selling some old MUFC shirts. Advice.

Gaz.

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Hey guys

I've a load of shirts from my childhood ranging in sizes from Small Boys - Small Adults.

Is there anywhere I could approach to take them off my hands or should I just whack them on Ebay individually?

Or are they destined for the charity shop?

EDIT: The shirts: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xulb8jsnqs9fz2m/AABk8FU9h8ZbKwH_l1VpAmvKa?dl=0
 
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TheReligion

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Hey guys

I've a load of shirts from my childhood ranging in sizes from Small Boys - Small Adults.

Is there anywhere I could approach to take them off my hands or should I just whack them on Ebay individually?

Or are they destined for the charity shop?
What you got on offer? Think there is a bigger market for men's sizes and obviously it depends what you have and the condition.
 

Can7onA

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Contact that place in Manchester, the retro shirt shop in the centre, see if they will take the lot of you.
 

SirAF

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Maybe you can get some $$ for the special editions?
 

fezzerUTD

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Hey guys

I've a load of shirts from my childhood ranging in sizes from Small Boys - Small Adults.

Is there anywhere I could approach to take them off my hands or should I just whack them on Ebay individually?

Or are they destined for the charity shop?

EDIT: The shirts: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xulb8jsnqs9fz2m/AABk8FU9h8ZbKwH_l1VpAmvKa?dl=0
If you sell them on ebay, wait for the max seller fee of £1 offer to come in and then list them. Otherwise they will take 10% of the final value and postage, and paypal have your pants down as well.