I'd be interestd in taking them off your hands. Email me if you like and give me an idea of what you have available.
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I'm going off memory with a short list. Most of these albums are early 70s rock, singer song writers such as Neil Young, Dan Fogleberg, Todd Rundgren (including a good copy of A Wizard/A True Star) and Emmy Lou Harris. I also have an excellent and very early copy of All Things Must Pass, and a copy of Concert for Bangladesh. One other interesting set are six or seven Al Kooper albums, I think I have most of his solo albums. From the 80s are a few early REM albums, most of the Police albums and music of that nature. I was always pretty careful with my albums but some of these would be pretty well worn. Thanks for any input.
Yeah, post a list (or send one to me) and I'll tell you what they're worth or tell you that I don't know. Seriously, if you want to maximize your return I would suggest going through the work of selling them. It's not so bad. For instance, if you have LP's from a group you could sell that in a small lot. I don't think any brick and mortar is going to buy them unless you have something very rare and then they won't give a rat's ass about the rest.
Worth depends on where you live, and how much work you are willing to put into selling them.
Where I live, your LPs are worth less that a buck each, IF you could find takers.
If you live in Australia... prolly' more.
Dylan, Beatles, Cream, Doors Etc.. are worth more if in near perfect condition.
Stuff like the Police, Cars.. worth maybe two bucks in perfect condition.
Selling the stuff for high prices is hard to do.
Ads here do sell some stuff, and I think are still free.
Look at them carefully:
Zero scratches and wear, near perfect covers, sell them here, ask $5. see what happens. For Dylan, Beatles, Doors, Cream, Pink Floyd in perfect condition, ask $10/$15
For ANYTHING with even one scratch that makes a click when played, the value is near zero: dump tham at the local Goodwill.