I have these old machinist’s tools and wonder if anyone knows the best place to sell them. The obvious eBay and others I am aware of and wonder if there are specialty sites to find these a good home. The first step may well be to connect with someone who can provide an appraisal for them. Thanks for your help.
As a former mold maker, the tools you show here are best suited for use in a machine shop. See if there are any shops local to you and go visit with the tools. Try a local molder (injection molder) as well. I'm not sure what the mic's are worth, but they look larger than most guys have in their box. Large mic's are usually owned by shop and not the tookmaker. That's why I suggest taking the tools in person to a shop. If a guy wants one ( or both), seeing it in hand and being able to test it against the shop gage blocks will quicken the sale, if it is going to happen. Also, look to see if you have a local trade school that offers machinist training. Great place to connect with a young machinist. Honestly, the scrapers are probably not going to sell. But again, take them with you and you might be able to sweeten the deal with them. If no joy, go for the eBay path. I know lots of guys purchase their tools on that sight.
Let me know the sizes of the mics. Can't promise anything, but I might know a guy...