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Q: I inherited some TWA airline memorabilia from an uncle who worked for Trans World Airlines years ago. I have a box of TWA playing cards, carryon bags, silverware, booties, etc. Are any of these items worth anything? How should I go about selling them?

A: There are collectors of airline memorabilia. You can find some of them by contacting one of the clubs for collectors, like the World Airline Historical Society. The club website (www.WAHSonline.com) lists collector shows in the United States. If you find one near you, you can go to the show, meet collectors, see what things like yours are selling for and possibly find a buyer.



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