Passed down from your Great Great Grandmother was an of use item worth a million dollars..
Would you sell it or keep it to pass down to the next generation?
It would probably depend what the item was. If I liked it, and would keep it if it was worth nothing, then I might well still keep it even if it was worth a lot of money. If I hated it I would certainly sell it.
I would keep it and pass it down. You cannot put a price tag on a family heirloom.
I would try to find someone in the family who would treasure it as much as I do (and wouldn't turn around and sell it!) Failing that, I would sell it unless it had great sentimental value to me--then I would keep it and entrust it to a charity upon my death.
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