i thought this was kewl. my mother went through some old boxes of my fathers belongings. she kept most of it, but decided to get rid of some of it. so i went through it and decided to try and sell it. better then just throwing it away, gives her time to reconsider too. i have book 1, 2, and 3, of readers digest from 1950. they have short stories of robin hood, if i were to die in ireland, and things like that. 3 books about stamps, one from 1936. i have like 100 stamps from all over the world, and a few of them are 1/2 cent stamps. not even one whole cent, but a half cent... just thought it was kewl. fitting for a sunday.
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