[78-L] It's back and it makes threats!

Royal Pemberton ampex354 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 6 21:43:00 PST 2010

I wonder how much more Royal Blue versions of Columbias go for versus black
items....a few years ago Kurt Nauck had the 1934 Beecham recording of
Mozart's 'Jupiter' symphony on a BW set, and IIRC it was E or E-, and I'd
have loved to have it but had no idea what sort of a bid might have scored

On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 5:29 AM, David Lennick <dlennick at sympatico.ca> wrote:

> And I have a few hundred classical albums and a few thousand singles I
> can't
> give away (and I need to, they're dupes and I don't have the space in the
> new
> house). No I'm not listing them and no I'm not shipping them.
> Know what classical albums are worth, gang? Bupkes! Aside from some very
> choice
> rare items I've specifically wanted, like the Program Transcription version
> of
> Szostakowicz's (sic) First Symphony conducted by Stokowski, I haven't had
> to
> pay more than a couple of bucks an album in years and hundreds of them have
> been "free to good home" or "Who's going to take Paul's records?" (This
> from
> the widow of a Toronto collector a few years ago.)
> This seller lives in a suburb of Detroit..don't think it's one that's known
> for
> abundant use of lead paint, but I could be wrong..
> dl

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