Two things I notice..one, they were established in 1966 (scroll down to
bottom). Two, this price list is from 2002. Wonder if they still exist or if
there's anything more recent?
David Lennick wrote:
> Cabco has been around since at least the sixties..I remember getting
> some samples from them way back when. And they list a toll-free number
> and e-mail address if you scroll down.
> Only question I have, which I'll ask when I phone them (presumably
> they're taking a holiday today), is whether their measurements of 1/2
> inch and 3/4 inch are inside or outside. If a 1/2 inch box will hold
> four LPs in paper sleeves, that's what I need. The 3/4 inch boxes seem
> to list for the same price but I don't like empty space. (Like those
> ridiculous boxes London sometimes used in the fifties for ONE LP.)
> Tom Fine wrote:
>> Hi David:
>> Have you done business with these guys before? These prices seem very
>> reasonable, so reasonable that I'd like to make sure they are legit
>> before ordering. The website seems non-functional except this catalog
>> PDF, but that could just mean they're an old-school mom and pop shop.
>> Their sleeve and package prices seem a little bit lower than the place
>> in Rochester.
>> -- Tom Fine
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Lennick"
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>> Sent: Monday, January 21, 2008 4:31 PM
>> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Boxes for album sets
>>> I've finally found a source for boxes for album sets! Not the
>>> shipping boxes, but replacements for deteriorated box sets or for
>>> orphaned discs that never had a box of their own, library discards
>>> etc. CABCO has 'em. See page 4.
>>> They also sell steel needles!