Welcome to my web site! My name's Rob and I am a collector of old 78rpm gramophone records, the shellac records made between the 1890s and the 1950s. Based in Yorkshire, England, I set up this site in order to spread the music of the 78rpm era as much as I can in conjunction with my youtube page and blogs. If you have any 78rpm records or cylinders to sell or trade, I'd love to hear from you!
I also offer a very cheap record to cd service, £1 per track or free if I can keep the disc!
click to read more about me, my collection and my services
If you want to find out about the value of your old 78rpm gramophone records or your collection of classical music, please read this page and tell me how helpful it was!
Also, if you are looking to sell any wax edison or other makes of old wax phonograph cylinders, please sell your old wax phonograph cylinders in the uk to me and read about which are most collectable!
NEW! If you are just starting to collect records or machines, or even just old music in general, I have set up a new forum to discuss these things. It’s going to be a friendly community so why not join up and say hello?
if you want to sell your records to me or find out more about them, please click this!
NEW! CDS NOW AVAILABLE FROM ME! visit my cd sales page to read more!
youtube link to visit my youtube channel.
Due to Dropbox changing all it’s links I have changed the old listening room page to a simple downloads directory, click here to visit, listen and download old 78s in mp3 format!
NEW! a few jazz and swing 78s I've recently restored, this will grow when I have the time...
click my blog link to visit my 78rpm blog.
click to hear a great collection of early 7 inch 78s!
Click here to listen to classical, opera and vocal 78s.
click to listen to part of my collection of old wax cylinder recordings, transfered electrically on my edison fireside phonograph.
click to visit a tribute site for the zonophone minstrels recordings of 1913
click to visit the EMG Colonel's fantastic site, who's forum I contribute to regularly and is a great place to learn about machines and records! </p