another possible way to get some idea of value without posting hundreds of pictures:
Take a ten minute video and post it on youTube, then post a link here (hope that's ok...moderators?) If you have close-up, focused shots as you turn the pages of the stamp albums, again, emphasizing earliest years of most countries, that probably would be best.
Take time to be sure you get a good quality video--practice or ask others for help, if you're not experienced in filming. Be prepared for lots of questions, many probably not serious or even flaming/trolling/trying to get your name and address for scamming or other nefarious reasons. Use a separate, new email for responses to avoid regrets later.
You just might get some decent responses; I know I would take a look at what you have, as many others here would as well.
You could also plug this forum by providing a link back to it, and pick a good descriptive name to cast a wider net (ie " inherited
stamp collection, has a partial USA 1892 Columbian set, Pan American stamps, 1840 Britain Penny Black stamp, wanting opinions on its value..."