Question by  fatherpaul (36)

How can I find out the value of old records?

I have a huge collection of old records.


Answer by  river (1226)

Several different ways almost any online websites can give you an idea, also sites that sell them. If you have a local record store, just remember condition is everything.


Answer by  DustyVinyl (7)

The best way to find out the value of old records is to search for the value of similar (or same) records on internet auction sites and marketplaces. Beyond the computer, another great place to start is local music stores with "used bins". Besides professional appraisal, comparison shopping is your best bet.


Answer by  oddflash (902)

There are a number of sites on the internet that give values for old record albums and 45s. Most of them charge for the information or require that you join up to access it. There are a few that have no charge though. Do a search for Old Record Values.


Answer by  1fran (5)

Contact Byron Greatorex at 'In the Moment' in Brattleboro, VT. You can describe the extent and condition of your collection, he will advise you.


Answer by  Kit (558)

Find out a trustworthy records dealer in your area or online. Look for online guides that will help you determine the worth of your records by grading their state and value them. Could auction them online and/or try to find out a related item on one of the auctioning sites


Answer by  PhonePerson (120)

Searching for a particular record on eBay or other auction site will give you an idea as to what your old records are valued at.

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