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 the records so that the ... More » Art & Literature

Dealer websites such as, and 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 » Hobbies & Games Collecting

Some records released at the 78 rounds per minute speed include "All Shook Up" by Elvis Presley, "M&O Blues" by Willie Brown and "Quite a Party" by The Fireballs. While not all 78 RPM records are valuable, some collector... More » Hobbies & Games Collecting
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