What is your plan for your shop after you pass on?
Posted 18 November 2018 - 04:47 AM
I have also spoken to a couple friends who are in the same trades about helping out with selling or valuing tools so they could be sold. I am making a list of who my family should contact that I would trust. I don’t know if an auction would be a good idea or piecemeal on eBay or ??
Most things are general use but I do have some highly specialized equipment for the cues that would only attain a good sale price to another cuemaker.
I have life insurance and all that stuff taken care of. I’m mostly concerned about my gun collection and all the tools/equipment. Have any of you done any preplaning?
Posted 18 November 2018 - 08:34 PM
Don't go the auction route, they would get next to nothing for the equipment in the end. If they do decide on an auction, have them take the time to place a minimum bid on the good stuff. I buy a lot of nice equipment and tools for very low prices from local estate auctions around here.
Dad, is that really you, I am bruski your other son. Sorry I didn't write more.
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Posted 19 November 2018 - 07:19 PM
I’m just try to come up with a good plan so my family doesn’t leave thousands on the table so to speak.
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