I would buy a lot of these magazines like The Hillandale News,that I have been after for ages,but at these prices they can add up.It would be better if you bundled these according title.
I missed the list a few days.Did you post another record list?If you did,I would like to see it.
> Date: Wed, 7 May 2014 13:17:06 +0300
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] "Not-quite-commercial": New items added to our library surplus sale
> To: [log in to unmask]
> (Please forgive the cross-post/note I'm posting from my personal account
> and thus it might flag up as a new address).
> The following “paper” has been updated in our archive surplus sale list,
> which can be seen at:
> Various issues of: CODA (Canada’s Jazz Magazine); Jazzline (Official
> Publication of the Victorian Jazz Club/Australia); Matrix (incorporating
> The Discophile): Jazz Record Research Magazine; NOJC News (New Orleans Jazz
> Club of Northern California & The Hot Music Society of San Francisco); The
> Mississippi Rag (The Voice of Traditional Jazz & Ragtime); Vintage Jazz
> Mart (VJM) and Record Dating Chart (Covering Labels Issued Prior to 1930)
> (The Record Changer).
> Plus the list has lots of catalogues, discographies, reference books and
> magazines including ARSC Journal; British Institute of Recorded Sound
> Bulletin; For the Record: the Journal of the City of London Phonograph &
> Gramophone Society Ltd; The Journal of Music Theory; The Monthly Guide to
> Recorded Music: a Critical Review of Recent Recordings; The Monthly Letter:
> a Critical Review of Recent Recordings; NOTES (The Quarterly Journal of The
> Music Library Association); Orkester Journalen/Orkester Journalen om Jazz
> (Swedish); The Talking Machine Review; Record Research; Recorded Sound
> (Journal of the British Institute of Recorded Sound); Sounds Vintage; The
> Hillandale News (Journal of the City of London Phonograph Society) and lots
> of individual issues of other titles covering topics like audio, blues,
> jazz, opera, hi-fi… Even a lot of microfilms/projector & reel films should
> that float your boat!
> Prices in euros, excludes postage at cost, funds help keep Music Library
> Finland ticking along and clears some space so that more boxes of unknown
> goodies can be opened and sorted. Queries? Mail me, [log in to unmask]
> Items, obviously, are in Finland.
> There is a LOT more items for sale too in all formats (phonograph
> cylinders, gramophone records, transcriptions, CDs, cassettes and a list of
> “links” for those can be seen at
> Of course, please DO pass this around to your collector friends and
> anywhere else. We need the space (rather a lot of stuff that's been sitting
> here for years, never opened... hope no-one shipped a box of chocolates as
> a gift with various packages).
> Kind regards, Darren
> ¦ D P Ingram