Well not all Reader's Digest.I have sold duplicates of the 1965 Rachmaninoff box for $50.00 and up,and "A Treasury of Great Music" for almost $200.00.The latter without the rare bonus record.(I own the only copy of the box I have seen with one.)I have seen them go for more.But these boxes are too fat for the average set missing the box.
"Steven C. Barr(x)" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: ----- Original Message -----
From: "David Lennick"
> I've seen black ones as well. And they must have made them for libraries and
> schools, but as I say, the same type boxes were being used for Laserdisc sets
> as recently as 10 years ago.
> Hey, the Scherchen Handel set was near mint and cost me fifty cents a few
> months ago.
Second-best choice might be to frequent thrift stores, looking for
the Readers' Digest (et al) box sets that show up every time someone
Steven C. Barr
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