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In Reply to: What is the state of the original pressing Classical LP market ? posted by Ross on March 12, 2017 at 18:20:30:
In addition to the good points made by other posters, I can add that the appearance of high quality vinyl reissues of many of the classical LPs that are most in demand by collectors has indeed caused the value of many of the originals to fall, imo.
Also, while the best of the RCA LSC, London blueback and Mercury LPs you mention are still in demand, classical collectors have long since moved further afield, even to mono LPs, and especially to European label issues, as those were often produced in much smaller quantities than American ones in the postwar era, and as with most collectibles, rarity is the main thing that drives value.
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Topic - What is the state of the original pressing Classical LP market ? - Ross 18:20:30 03/12/17 (11)
- Over-pricing - Amphissa 14:59:37 03/14/17 (0)
- Falling values... - Cuernavaca 10:35:53 03/13/17 (0)
- RE: What is the state of the original pressing Classical LP market ? - rbolaw 10:09:42 03/13/17 (2)
- European monos aren't doing that great either - vinyl1 14:17:24 03/13/17 (1)
- I'm not surprised - rbolaw 20:51:24 03/13/17 (0)
- What I see really going up is late 20th century Rock & Pop - MannyE 08:00:59 03/13/17 (0)
- But the truly rare records are more valuable than ever - vinyl1 21:16:45 03/12/17 (2)
- The most I pay for Classical records is FIFTY CENTS.. - 3+4=5 19:15:33 03/14/17 (0)
- RE: But the truly rare records are more valuable than ever - spindoctor 16:28:35 03/13/17 (0)
- RE: Supply and demand - kitch29 20:37:12 03/12/17 (1)
- Yay! for us. nt. - MWE 22:33:28 03/12/17 (0)