I think it would be a good idea for you to take it somewhere for a written appraisal. Most buyers don't realize the value of a cello and probably would not feel comfortable taking just your word for it. It would also help if you still had the original sales receipt. You might try the local paper classified ads. You also might consider taking it to a local string store and see if they would consider selling it for you on consignment. There is always ebay.com but you would have to ship it to the customer and that could be risky because of possible damage.
Re: Selling a Cello 22:37 on Sunday, August 31, 2008