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Re: arsclist cellophane plastic
My Gieseking set was wrapped in cellophane all right. My mistake. Reminds
me of "violincello tomatoes" in grocery stores!
The 5th and sadly the last edition of Canfield's Guide lists the [Angel}
Gieseking box for $180 and the Casals for $170.
The best place to sell classical LPs is on consignment to Irvington
Records. They keep 40%, while most dealers keep a minimum of 75%. But
don't send them stuff that they will sell for less than $10. (I presume
most of you know this already.)
On 2002-09-30, Don Cox opined [message unchanged below]:
> On 30-Sep-02, Farrington, Jim wrote:
> > Shrinkwrap never stops shrinking, therefore the prudent thing to do is
> > remove it from anything you care about not being warped.
> But is it shrink wrap or cellophane? Older LPs could be wrapped in
> cellophane, from before shrink wrap appeared on the scene.
> Don Cox
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