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It was mentioned on another thread......assume you dont have a husband or wife or children to leave your records to......what would you want to happen to them ?

For many of us, our collections are our most prized sentimental asset as well as possibly being worth a few quid.

So would you have it written into your will for your executor to contact Manship and flog the lot for the benefit of your long lost cousin or his glue sniffing son, or list them individually leaving specific records to friends that would really appreciate them.

Or are you timing the peaks and troughs of the sales market to get rid before that last tune of the night is played ?

Just morbidly curious.

(I think it would be nice if there was a museum or a curator which would look after them for prosperity)

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I've left a few too friends and the rest will be going to Manship as he would get the best price for them and thus my kids, soon to be 4 of them!, would at least have some cash from their strange Dad with the weird plastic vinyl things :-)

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I would hide them in a secret place.. Big O..I aint gonna be worms,i'm coming back,as something/someone else i know but i'm coming back.. :lol:

No fecker is gonna get my copy of queen of fools and apple peaches pumkin pie.. :lol:

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I would hide them in a secret place.. Big O..I aint gonna be worms,i'm coming back,as something/someone  else i know but i'm coming back.. :lol:

No fecker is gonna get my copy of queen of fools and apple peaches pumkin pie.. :lol:

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My collection is so sh*te i will donate it to blue peter to make into flower pots - apart from QOF and I'm taking that with me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I would hide them in a secret place.. Big O..I aint gonna be worms,i'm coming back,as something/someone  else i know but i'm coming back.. :lol:

No fecker is gonna get my copy of queen of fools and apple peaches pumkin pie.. :lol:

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Steve, but you said you'd leave me your copy of the Casualeers?

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My mate Kenny will leave is collection with the courts to pay for the speeding fines.. :lol: ..Slow down mate and let them go to a good home...

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Thanks for you concern stevie,never had speeding fine before but they have tried :yes: ,oh records are like tribbles (star-trek) little furry things that multiply and take over,one day i wont get in my house what do i mean,their house :lol: later little-stevie :lol: Ken

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Steve, but you said you'd leave me your copy of the Casualeers?

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I bet Joe Orton aint gonna dance dance dance for a while...Get well soon(steptoe) Little Richard or we melt down you're doo wop and country collection...

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It was mentioned on another thread......assume you dont have a husband or wife or children to leave your records to......what would you want to happen to them ?

For many of us, our collections are our most prized sentimental asset as well as possibly being worth a few quid.

So would you have it written into your will for your executor to contact Manship and flog the lot for the benefit of your long lost cousin or his glue sniffing son, or list them individually leaving specific records to friends that would really appreciate them.

Or are you timing the peaks and troughs of the sales market to get rid before that last tune of the night is played ?

Just morbidly curious.

(I think it would be nice if there was a museum or a curator which would look after them for prosperity)

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That's a question, the other is which of them do you save to have played at your funeral? Is morbid, but I've already left instructions on that one. :graynone:

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So would you have it written into your will for your executor to contact Manship and flog the lot

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I wouldn't write them into your will as Gordon Brown is likely to syphon off 40% of their value. Just make sure that whoever you want to get benefit from them clearly knows about them and how you want them disposed of.

I wonder which would be first record that Gordon Brown takes - maybe Al Kent's 'You Gotta Pay the Price'?

Brian

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Thanks for you concern stevie,never had speeding fine before but they have tried  :lol: ,oh records are like tribbles (star-trek) little furry things that multiply and take over,one day i wont get in my house what do i mean,their  house  :lol:   later little-stevie  :lol: Ken

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Thanks for you concern stevie,never had speeding fine before but they have tried  :yes: ,oh records are like tribbles (star-trek) little furry things that multiply and take over,one day i wont get in my house what do i mean,their  house  :lol:   later little-stevie  :lol: Ken

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They're meant to be furry??? :lol:

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I wouldn't write them into your will as Gordon Brown is likely to syphon off 40% of their value.  Just make sure that whoever you want to get benefit from them clearly knows about them and how you want them disposed of.

I wonder which would be first record that Gordon Brown takes - maybe Al Kent's 'You Gotta Pay the Price'?

Brian

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The awful thing is, I can just see that tax officers mulling over the price guides and recently achieved auction prices to do just that :angry: :angry: :angry:

Needs thinking about though - I think I need to write a will :lol::lol:

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That's a question, the other is which of them do you save to have played at your funeral?  Is morbid, but I've already left instructions on that one. :graynone:

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There lies an ethical question, try finding a cremetorium with a deck, and would you want your "deep and meaningful" track played on CD.

Am I splitting hairs here?

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If anything happens to you, can I have first dibs on your Luther Ingram bruv?

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:lol:

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It was mentioned on another thread......assume you dont have a husband or wife or children to leave your records to......what would you want to happen to them ?

For many of us, our collections are our most prized sentimental asset as well as possibly being worth a few quid.

So would you have it written into your will for your executor to contact Manship and flog the lot for the benefit of your long lost cousin or his glue sniffing son, or list them individually leaving specific records to friends that would really appreciate them.

Or are you timing the peaks and troughs of the sales market to get rid before that last tune of the night is played ?

Just morbidly curious.

(I think it would be nice if there was a museum or a curator which would look after them for prosperity)

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WHERE I GO...THEY GO

COULDNT BEAR THE THOUGHT OF DAUGHTER DROPPING THEM OFF AT THE LOCAL CHARITY SHOP...OR TED MAKING PLANT POTS OUT OF THE POPCORN STUFF

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