78 RPM records and record sets

78 RPM records and record sets

Post by dittm.. » Sat, 07 Dec 1996 04:00:00



I like old records, and have a nice RCA stand up wind-up phonograph.

Is there a Newsgroup for old records (78s, not the 33 and 45s)  for
finding missing disks from some sets, and discussing the age of these
records.  Are there any good books on this topic???

RD

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78 RPM records and record sets

Post by Ellen Aar » Sat, 07 Dec 1996 04:00:00


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>yes.  yes.

Thank you - that's very useful.

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78 RPM records and record sets

Post by glenbou.. » Sun, 08 Dec 1996 04:00:00



Quote:
>I like old records, and have a nice RCA stand up wind-up phonograph.

>Is there a Newsgroup for old records (78s, not the 33 and 45s)  for
>finding missing disks from some sets, and discussing the age of these
>records.  Are there any good books on this topic???

>RD

Hi RD - you could try rec.music.collecting.vinyl or
rec.music.marketplace.vinyl

Music sounds best on vinyl

Ronnie

 
 
 

78 RPM records and record sets

Post by glenbou.. » Mon, 09 Dec 1996 04:00:00


E-mailed to me I think by mistake. Thanks Dave - this for RD
Ronnie


Hi RD,
I don't know of any newsgroup but there is a listserv to join. Visit
www.infohwy.com/~nauck/index.htm
At the bottom of this page he has put some useful links like the
Wolverine Antique Music Society and 78RPM record homepage.
I think instuctions to join the listserv are at the 78RPM Record
Homepage, but I can't check because the site is down today.
Good Luck and happy collecting - there are quite a few of us out here!

Dave

Quote:


>>I like old records, and have a nice RCA stand up wind-up phonograph.

>>Is there a Newsgroup for old records (78s, not the 33 and 45s)  for
>>finding missing disks from some sets, and discussing the age of these
>>records.  Are there any good books on this topic???

>>RD

 
 
 

78 RPM records and record sets

Post by Paul J. Glai » Tue, 10 Dec 1996 04:00:00


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> >yes.  yes.

> Thank you - that's very useful.

> -- e

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