First of all, LPs are worth far LESS than you think. I'd suggest you are dreaming when you believe you have many albums worth hundreds of dollars each. By way of example, the "collectible/rare" LP you buy from a second-hand record shop at $50-100 can be resold to the store for only $5-10. That's reality. BUT... the same records are worth a LOT more to you and to me because they are wicked cool, sound great, and are artwork. With respect to storage, store them intact in their outer jacket in LP plastic sleeves (available readily) and always vertically. Don't lay them flat. The installation of a built-in LP storage cabinet by a quality woodworker craftsman looks stunning in the home.
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