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

To play a 78 record, one needs a turntable with a variable speed lever, or a vintage turntable designed to play only at 78 revolutions per minute. The 78 was an audio recording format that was popular from the late 19th ... More » Technology Audio Equipment

One way to get an idea of the value of old 78 Victor records is to use a price guide, such as the American Premium Record Guide by Les Docks. However, even the most comprehensive price guides only have information about ... More » Hobbies & Games Collecting
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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 » Technology Audio Equipment

Established online retail sites such as Amazon and Ebay are a secure way to find buyers for your records. Another site, Discogs, caters specifically to those buying and selling vinyl and CD's. More » Hobbies & Games Collecting

The value of a vinyl record hinges on the rarity of the record as well as its condition. Price estimates are available on online price guides such as MusicPriceGuide and in price guides at some record and book stores and... More » Hobbies & Games Collecting

Sell old records in Miami at stores such as Sweat Records and Yesterday and Today Records, as of 2015. Craigslist is also a viable option for owners looking to sell records to local buyers. More » Hobbies & Games Collecting