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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lfc jon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Oct 2021 at 10:20pm
A mate of mine bought a record from a charity some years ago and found out it was worth a lot more than the few £s he paid for it, He did the right thing and went back to give them some of the difference saying he felt like he had ripped them off. I don't think many would have done that.
To me good on him.
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Following the earlier postings, I have to add that my purchases from David are purely for personal enjoyment.
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Thanks for the information everyone, the Alison Kraus, B B King, Tuck & Patti and Robert Cray albums are sold. The name of a charity that is street wise on vinyl values would be useful.
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 CLIC Sargent in Bristol, they are a charity that support children with cancer.
 If you go on the Long Live Vinyl (It's a Mag) website they do a guide on charity shops that sell records. Oxfam also take vinyl records

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I know that Oxfam and British Heart Foundation have specialist music stores around the country (worth Googling ' x Music Shop' - where 'x' is the name of a charity - for contact details) - and I'm sure there are others. BHF used to have a great music store in Brighton which made loads of money for the cause - unfortunately it closed due to redevelopment...Unhappy

For a heartwarming story about such things, this takes some beating: https://thevinylfactory.com/news/record-worth-2000-found-charity-shop/
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Oxfam also has a central online music store - I see that a Mobile Fidelity Dark Side of the Moon is currently on there for £200: https://onlineshop.oxfam.org.uk/dark-side-of-the-moon-first-mobile-fidelity-pressing/product/HD_300455412?sku=HD_300455412

Out-of-print MoFi vinyl always seems to command premium prices - perhaps unsurprisingly. Ditto their SACDs.
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