Looking to sell my LP Collection

Looking for help on how to go about selling my LP Collection. Don't want to but kids in college chew up money like you would not believe. Around half of my LPs are MOFI. Around eight are from the original Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs, the rest from the MOFI that was bought.
I also have Japanese pressed LPs and other LP manufacturers. For instance I have six Led Zeppelin 200 gram Vinyl. I, II, II, Houses Of The Holy, CODA and Physical Graffiti. I have a copy of Led Zeppelin IV 180 Gram Deluxe edition. I also have The Box set Mother Ship. When I bought them the single LPs were sold for $39.99. I go out now and look for what they are selling and I was shocked.
It would be easier to sell everything at once but the weight along of all the albums would be quite heavy.
I also have The Doors Box Set of all their studio LPs. I can't find that for sale any where.
Looking for any suggestions any one might have. If I have to I will sell each desperately. One other note. All of the Albums have never been opened. All the LPs except For the MOFI LPs are albums I had as a teenager, One LP is Mott The Hoople 'All The Young Dudes' Red Vinyl only 1,000 pressed. I am lost. The only thing I am amazed at is all the information they used to put on Albums. CDs you need a magnifying glass to read and forget Downloads. I have the 40th Anniversary Edition of 'David Bowie and The Spiders on Mars" In the Bottom corner it reads 'To be Played At Maximum Volume' That is how I played them all the time and I still have my hearing. Please any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
My suggestion would be to enlist the help of your college kinds. Get them to actually own the process of selling them via e-bay ... researching a reasonable selling price, setting up the ads, packaging and delivery. Then you pay them a % of the proceeds, which kind of kills 2 birds.
The amount of money achieved vs. the amount of sellers remorse over a lifetime of regret does not balance out. Keep the records, sell the kidney. What you would have to pay to get those records back......if you could. Make sure you are over this "record thing" because this will come back to haunt you big time and create a long lasting animosity towards your kids when they move back home and lock themselves in their old room and get a part time job at whatever fast food joint you care to name. So this is my suggestion, save the records and look elsewhere for monetary resources.Good Luck!
He's an effin troll....joined today.....listened to them at max.....all albums are sealed...yadayada