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Some of the most-valuable 78-rpm records include The Five Sharps' "Stormy Weather" and Tommy Johnson?????????s ?????????Alcohol and Jake Blues.????????? The number 78 is a reference to the speed in which users must play ... More »

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Dealer websites such as Amoeba.com, EastRiverStringBand.com and Old78s.com buy collections of 78 rpm records from sellers. These dealers typically offer free appraisals of collections when sellers send a list of 78s with... More »

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While vinyl records that spin at 78 revolutions per minute stopped being made in 1960, enough of them still exist that they are too common to be worth much. In particular, 78 rpm records featuring big band music, opera, ... More »

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VintageVinyl.com offers vintage vinyl records for online sale. The website, which is organized by genre, also includes a bargain bin section allowing users to search for $3 or $5 records, as of 2015. More »

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Buy used vinyl records online through sites such as eBay.com, Amazon.com, Amoeba.com and InSound.com, as of April 2015. Sites such as Yelp.com allow users to search for local music shops that carry used vinyl records. More »

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