I like this idea a lot, might steal it if I ever get around to any kind of advance planning.In a perfect world I'd give it all to a mom and pop shop with a provision. Sell what you can for what you can get, and save this and that for a kid that really needs and wants it - then gift it to them.
My first steel-string - and I have still have it - is a Hofner Senator archtop. It was made in Germany the year I was born.As much as we love, gather, collect, extoll, modify, and treasure it, it’s just inanimate stuff.
Someone or something will use it.
It’s worthless unless someone plays it, and someone else enjoys what they play.
As guitar-centric as I am, I value the music instruments make more than the instruments themselves.
I’m actually glad something I own (or have stewardship of) will be useful to others after I croak.
You're gonna need a bigger boat.