Where to sell 78RPM records?


I recently inherited a handful of 78RPM records. The collection is composed of opera, classical, and Broadway music on Columbia, RCA, and Decca labels. They are boxed sets consisting of 4-10 records in remarkable (for their age) condition; my father was very OCD.
I'm looking to find a good home for them. Anybody know where these could be sold? No Ebay.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.
audiofeil
The vast majority of 78's are worthless.
A few might be worth money, but they are Blues, or Jazz types. (a few famous opera singers too)
Most Operas, and classical, Broadway all are 'give away' material... IF you would be lucky enough to find someone who actually wanted them.
A few "ratpack" types might want to grab them just 'in case' they might somehow turn into money... but that is not going to happen in the next 50 years.
It is possible to find someone who might appreciate them.. but it would only be a good deed done well.. and involve no money.
Sorry.
I have to agree. Classical and opera 78s have little if any value. On the other hand, jazz, rock and blues can be worth good money.
Thanks to both of you. Money isn't the salient issue here so I'll look for some historical groups that might be interested in the donation.
If you want to donate them, try your local library. Many accept LPs.

TIC
My wife is a new teacher and is looking for LPs to hang on the walls of her classroom. If I pay for shipping, would you consider donating them to her school?
Thanks for the offer but I drove them to my local library as suggested. They took them (to my surprise) but the first attendant I spoke with had never seen a 78RPM record before. Funny stuff.
I have a Columbia, 78 player with outside horn, my dream would one day hit on a bunch of 78's consisting of Elvis, Buddy Holley, Rickey Nelson, Jerry Lewis, also, Vouge 78's picture disks are very valuable if you can ever find them!!!!! anything POP music on 78 is considered GOLD!!!
I was at a (non-audiophile) friend's new house that he just moved into. During the move, he found stashed away in a far dark corner of his old house, a stash of 78 RPM records that had belonged to his grandmother...including Fats Domino "Blueberry Hill"; Les Paul and Mary Ford; The Platters; Bobby Darin, etc. They all looked in excellent shape and had been kept in sturdy record "book" made specifcally for 78s, in which each 78 slid into a sleeve with a hole so you could read the label.

I was impressed, so I offered to take them off his hands. He declined. So I just told him to store them upright in a dry, cool, dark place, Don't give them away to goodwill, and don't try cleaning them with any modern "record cleaners."

I think these would be considered collector's items.
>> They all looked in excellent shape and had been kept in sturdy record "book" made specifcally for 78s, in which each 78 slid into a sleeve with a hole so you could read the label. <<

That "book" is called an album, and was the origin of the phrase "record album", akin to photo album.
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