|This is the Belt.|
Where the heck do we sell these items without getting royally screwed? I would say many of the reputable message boards have good buyers (there are good buyers out there). I would say that your local card/memorabilia shop would be a good place. I would say that craigslist would be a decent route to go. I would also say that a few sites specialize in selling your stuff for you and this would be a good move for you sellers.
|This be the Yu.|
I suppose that leaves the ultimate online flea market...eBay. The way to sell is still with the big boys over at the Bay. Which sucks because there are fees and such and paypal can be a drag and all that kind of stuff. But, there are people on eBay...with money. They want your stuff and if you sell at a decent price (and with minimal competition) you CAN actually sell something. Although I did have a Yu Darvish RC auto (Allen and Ginter) on the Bay for a long time and never sold the thing even though Yu was super hot at the time. But, I digress...
Selling your unwanted or unloved or unneeded pieces of your collection can be a huge pain in the ass. I feel your pain. I have experienced your misery. I, however, will not quit trying to rid myself of the pieces that are hogging valuable real estate in my home. So, if you are looking for a Yu or a Belt or whatever...just give me a shout (on here, JRM on Pat Neshek's site, or JRM on freedom cardboard) and I'll cut you a wicked deal!
Take care people.