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  1. Would you make as much selling the rare and in demand ones yourself and getting 100 percent of the money than letting the dealers pay 50 percent on the whole lot? If you list the grapevine set in one go that should geta fair bit. If you sell yourself you may not need to sell them all to get the amount you need You can replace most tracks on cd reissue 45 or mp3 cheaply or if its a v rare one or acetate get a carver cut before sale
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  2. I was offered about 35/40% of the market value when I enquired about selling up a few years ago , not the book value. Dealers will take the good oldies they can flip out quickly for a bit more but low ball or refuse the lower price stuff I have found. I sold off most of my records above £50 and bought some others that were a lot cheaper. Sell the rare stuff yourself then do some small packs with the rest to shift them quickly
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  3. Has this ever been released on a cd ? , i know its not available on vinyl at the moment. Thanks
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  4. If its uk grading record collector mag says a very good copy is worth approx half of that of a mint copy , but on the northern soul scene usually goes for 75 % of a mint price for some daft reason like greedy dealers finding idiot wanna be dj buyers with top cash burning a hole in their wallet lol
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  5. epitome of sound , moses smith , ruby andrews , ring leaders , al kent on rictic
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  6. Has anyone had one of these recently , I was looking at getting one and wondered if anyone had bought one and what type of things they got , I saw the old thread about them but realize that the contents change with stock etc thanks
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  7. The 2 different labels have different versions of stranger at my door , one on soul clock was listed yesterday somewhere , probably facebook i think for about £170
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  8. Met him a few times locally, sorry to hear this sad news
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  9. Interesting to see they value barbara mcnair uk demo at 400 and the soul scene its selling for 800 to 900. Are people just overpaying on the scene.?
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  10. Double page feature about UK Motown this coming issue.
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  11. There was a Richard Searling interview a month or so ago with his new book out
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  12. Keep the best conditioned one or sell the one you get most money for or trade whatever the person who has something you want asks for
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  13. Most nights are just about the numbers through the door, the music played is second to the bar takings and entry money and the format is behind these .
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  14. But old boots seem acceptable and just part of the scene back in the day to many
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