Okay, my most prized coat ever is my full-length Golden Island fox fur coat that my husband bought for me in 1985. Living in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the 1980s the most prized possession anyone could own was a full-length fur coat and for me, it was a full-length fox fur coat. Back in the 1980s, I remember seeing all the beautiful women wearing full-length fox fur coats and wishing that I had owned one as well. The worst thing was everyone around me was getting fur coats before me. Back in 1983, my mom got a full-length silver Fox fur coat and then in 1984, my sister got a full-length shadow Fox fur coat for her birthday. Whenever we went out together I was the only one of the three that didn't have a full-length fox fur coat. The worst was when my mom and my sister all went to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and out of the three of them, I was the only woman without a fur coat. I remember standing in line in a sea of full-length foxes, minks, sables, and lynxes and I remember hating being stuck in my cloth coat in a crowd of women in beautiful furs. Eventually and with the help of my husband I was able to buy a beautiful full-length Golden Island fox fur coat. I will never forget the joy I had wearing it in public and then seeing the looks on my mom's and my sister's faces when they saw my full-length Golden Island fox fur coat. The only issue is that the last time I wore it was like in 2009 since it is not politically correct to wear fur coats anymore and I would give anything to be able to wear it in public. I still have it in my closet and I know that I probably should sell it I just haven't been able to. I am curious as to what you would do in this situation and if I should sell it or not.