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Not for most jazz he won't,unless there are piles of Blue Notes,and  Prestiges from the 50s.The jazz market has been in the toilet for  years,and has almost hit bottom.I sold about half my collection,in  2002-3,and am now stuck with undesirables like Verve,Columbia, ,and  Atlantic from the 50s,and 60s.In trying to get rid of them,I have been  putting them up in bundled lots.These have been difficult to   move.While I have gotten very good money for duplicate 78s (50s  rock,good UK-pressed calypso,and 20s/30s classical),most jazz is about  as desirable as Perry Como.This includes records you think might  sell,like Red Allen on Vocalion.At one point, I was getting upwards of  35 bucks,for the likes of The Original Dixieland Jazz Band.
  
		
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