if you had 100,000 78s, they would have gone to the concrete floor, or
lowest point in the house, no matter what floor you placed them on
seriously, 100k 78s would be about how much weight? 35-50k? this is the
equivalent of how many grand pianos?
don't stack the records too high
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Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
> When I have lived in older homes,my records have always gone into a basement,with a concrete floor.
> "Steven C. Barr(x)" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Roger and Allison Kulp"
>> David,I'm sure you know what you are doing.You are asking to be inundated with
> boxes of unsaleable records,that somebody doesn't have the heart to throw
> out.There are a lot of us,here,who are either packrats,or have boxes and boxes
> of stuff we have tried to sell,with no success,and need to clear it out to make
> Well, for anyone who has a way to get unwanted 78's up here to Oshawa, Ont'o.,
> Canada...I will usually gladly accept same!
> However, 29 tons of classical 78's, probably including countless duplicate
> discs, is a bit beyond my capabilities at this point (as well as the
> structural capabilities of my c.1870 abode...)
> Now, say, if you only have a ton or two (popular preferred...)...
> Steven C. Barr
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