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Re: [ARSCLIST] Libraries disposing of records
Valid point, if you have the knowledge to recognize the rare items and the
patience to wade through millions of Julia Culps and Emilio di Gorgonzolas to
find them. And de Pachmann is worth holding onto. But anyone who's been to the
Syracuse Surplus Sales over the last few years will recall the thousands of
gorgeous Red Seals in mint shape which went unsold.
Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
This is true,for the most part,but some of these are saleable .I have maybe 125 or so,violin/piano/symphonic ones,and in 2005,I sold off some dupes.I was able to get about $10-15 each,for Toscanini La Scala batwings,and $35-38 for Wilhelm Bachaus,on Grand Prize Victors.
David Lennick <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The fact remains that there are millions of 78s out there which very few people
will ever want, no matter their artistic merit. I've been on the "come and get
it" end of a few discarded collections, and you see the same stuff every time.
I don't even bother looking at single sided Red Seals. To me they're as common
as Al Jolson Deccas.
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