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I'm trying to see if donating part of my large CD collection would make more financial sense than trying to sell it on half or secondspin. I've heard some people mention they deduct $2 per CD, etc. Can you do that if the CD is selling on for $0.75 and not much more on Ebay/Amazon. Does that not become the fair market value? Also would you need to print out the search page for every CD to prove fair market value?
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