Great day at the market

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tuturabbit
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Great day at the market

Post by tuturabbit » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:15 pm

Great day at the market loads of collectors mobbed our stall and we took £29 ! biggest takings since stupid old dennis died !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by rgodridge » Mon Jan 15, 2018 8:02 am

mobbed!
Was it those jazz records at £5 a go? there'll be an ebay flood from me if so!
I was given a lot of 12 inch 78s last week and only had time to go through them on satterday, a gramophone melbour record was in there, a few pink g&ts, a 12 inch jumbo, some early hmv D numbers, and all for free, it's still out there guys.
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Post by Roger Knowles » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:41 pm

I don't understand how anyone can live on just £29 as a retired Civil Servant i have a pension but that doesn't go far and i am very surprised that common Jazz records are worth £5 each they seem much cheaper on Ebay

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Post by tuturabbit » Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:06 pm

yeh, we eat roadkill lotta roadkill on the roads of bedford there is so we cook it

i can give you some recipes if your interested mate

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Post by rgodridge » Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:46 am

after thinking aout this, in the market at present I think any jazz record in E or E+ condition could be worth £3, £5 isn't much of a stretch! but it's mindblowing to me, I was picking them up at less than £1 each off ebay from that Gladys lady who has sadly passed on now, that was a good 12 years back, of corse outside ebay they were cheaper too!
Wat are you on about roadkill?

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Post by tuturabbit » Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:24 am

Yeh, picking up hedgehogs, cats, squirrels anything really good meat for free ! records are worf a fortune we got £50 for a Patti and £40 for a Melba and £5 for a parlophone swing series with worn parts

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