To asks my question I’ll write an artificial example:
If you happen to find out a rare (postage) stamp in your family archive, what would you exchange it for and how would you do it?
As you can see, my sentence contains two its each of which refers to different things.
I quite often meet sentences of such kind in English texts.
Generally, the meaning is clear, but to me it requires some additional efforts to understand of what the second (third, fourth,… :)) it refers to.
How does that its sound/look to you? Normal?
Or such style leaves much to be desired?