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Wow. I'd love to scour a list of it.
How sad that nobody wants to buy it though :(
because most of those records are total crap and overpriced.
Though, it kinda pissed me off that his most valuable record was a Rolling Stones.
one record at a time on e-bay.
he'd make much more out of it, and imagine his seller rating..! actually hasn't e-bay just put fees up? i guess everybody wins then...
He resolutely refused to split the collection. He seemed more interested in the collection as an artefact than getting as much as he could for them.
I don't have a vinyl player.
Rule one of valuation school.
Who would have thought that things learnt doing a valuation degree would one day win coveted awards on an indie message board.
Back in my box
would want to spend their money a random collection of records
Evidence that no one has 3million to spend on some records more like, most of which will be toss!
someone would buy it for £3 million. In fact I will do it.
Prove it is worth 50million, go to the back with the evidence. Borrow 3million, sell it for 50 snort crack of prozzies arses for the rest of my days.
But it isn;t worth that or someone would. Shit article.
of people getting loans to buy some shit record collection to sell on. It would only ever stop if someone already had the money. Not gonna happen. Shit article.
If he was a full on music fan rather than a mad hoarding bastard, it might be worth some cash, but I bet it's less stupidly rare garage and soul 45s and more multiple copies of readers digest crooning boxsets.
bastards and music fans can too join hands
I make that a purchase rate of 164 records a day.
Unless you give up sleep.