EAR 859

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi and General Audio' started by Lettuce, May 24, 2018.

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    Lettuce

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    Hello hifi specialists I’m looking for some good honest advice My Father passed away recently and he loved his classic hifi and I have some pieces we would like to sell but just don’t know the value, it’s so difficult to know where to look! His special corner will never be touched with NAIM, Michell, magnum dynalab etc but there are many pieces that weren’t on display especially a big EAR 859 Tim De Paravicini amp which we would like to sell but wherever I’ve googled they’ve been sold I would really appreciate any expert knowledge as I owe it to him to get the best price for my mum. Thank you so much for any advice there are other items too like a Quad 303 with original box and more. I have no idea where to start so am hoping this is the place x
     
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    SnowDog

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    Sorry for your loss.

    I googled "buy sell HiFi" and there seems to be a fair few sites where you could search.

    You may be expected to demo this gear if selling privately. Maybe an idea just to invite a high end shop and give em 100 quid to evaluate it all. Depends how much work you want to put in.

    If you have an eager nephew or son - give them the job and give 'em a commision.
     
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