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  I feel like an idiot now. I through many of these out long time ago 
because I figured no one will want to pay the shipping cost. They were 
in great shape. IDIOT

On 8/15/2010 6:35 AM, Roger Kulp wrote:
> Let us know when you list them.I actually have a lengthy classical 78 want
> list.Some,like the Furtwangler Tchaikovsky,and Beethoven on on Victor (Late
> 30s/early 40s.),just because I have never been able find copies that do not have
> at least one missing or broken record.If you have any of the 1938-39 Victors by
> Charles Munch,anything by De Sabata,Knappertsbusch,the Von Sauer Liszt on the
> 78s,or this
> http://www.archive.org/details/WeinbergerUnderTheSpreadingChestnutTree on the
> original 78s,I would really want it.
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> I just bought my first original Thomas Beecham 78 from the 1910s.I know somebody
> here once mentioned a complete discography published in the 70s.I would be
> interested in seeing the pages devoted to the acoustic,and early electrical
> records.
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> Thanks,
> Roger
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> From: Dr. Cheryl Thurber<[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Fri, August 13, 2010 9:01:56 PM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Victor and Columbia New Records brochures
> 1938-1942/Classical
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> I recently acquired a large number of record company New Records monthly
> brochures from the period 1938-1942, mostly 1940 and 1941. The majority of them
> are for classical recordings. I will be selling them but I am trying to get some
> idea of how common they are, and the frequency that they turn up. As well as the
> interest in them.  I have collected records for many years and I have very
> seldom seen these, although I admit I have mostly looked for ephemera related to
>   the various popular record styles. But I know these turn up less often than
> actual catalogs. These are one or two color brochures usually a large sheet
> folded into a small brochure, although some are stapled, with photographs and
> descriptions of records. All are VG to Like New. The majority are Victor, and
> also a large batch of Columbia, with a scattering of others and some popular.
> Some have stores printed or stamped on them, mostly Los Angeles. I have a little
> over 100,  about 80
> classical ones with some duplication. I will probably bring the duplicates and
> the popular music ones (some nice Decca ones) with me to the Baltimore 78 club
> meeting on Sat. But the other classical I will probably sell in groups. I am
> actually an Amazon seller and I don't like selling on ebay so I have not decided
> yet how I am going to sell them.
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> Looking at these raises the question for me of how much work has been done on
> classical music discography? I am familiar with Jazz, Blues, Country,
> Entertainment, Dance and Gospel discographies for the pre-war period. But what
> about classical is there work being done, or is it part of label discography? I
> know that most classical 78s fall into the swill category and the preference is
> for scarcity or better sound quality of later periods. But still there should be
> discography work.
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> Cheryl Thurber
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