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Finding the Value of Old Vinyl Records

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This is a guide about finding the value of old vinyl records. Whether 45, 78 or 33 1/3 records, they may have value to the right person or they can be reused for some interesting crafts.
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April 17, 20180 found this helpful

This is a guide about finding the value of Rolling Stones records. Vintage albums by popular rock groups may have value to collectors or fans. Just how much will depend on a number of considerations. Finding the value of your collection will require some research.

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August 23, 20110 found this helpful

I have old 78 records. How do I find out if they are worth any money?

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August 23, 20111 found this helpful
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I live in the country, and don't have access to 'experts' that can value things, and probably couldn't afford one anyways. I always look on ebay, to see if an item is for sale there, to get a starting value on anything.

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If I don't find it there, then I search for it online. That usually helps. You can usually find someone, or some site that is selling something similar.

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August 25, 20110 found this helpful
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Search "old vinyl records prices" and you'll find websites that appraise records. Moneymusic.com is just one. Most have some free info. Also, you might check with your public library to see if they can get you a copy of a good price guide on loan.

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September 23, 2009

Does anyone know the value of old 78 RPM records as well as 33 records? Someone said there is no value. Surely there is some value. Does anyone have experience in this area? I have a fairly large number. Thanks for sharing.

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By Oneta Mutchler from Fort Worth, TX

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September 23, 20090 found this helpful
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There is a resurgence in vinyl. Even my 17 year old is getting into them. While many albums aren't worth much, especially if they aren't in great condition, many are worth quite a bit. And at an oldies record store in my area, I saw some going for hundreds of dollars. Search the internet, look for specific titles, you may be surprised what you have value wise. Personally, I buy them by the box at rummage sales for the nostalgic value, but I am always hoping to find the big one with cash value.

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