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puroagave

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Yes, I do have a lot of EMI's and Decca's, too. The third picture shows my EMI collection which is 30 racks - everything on that picture except the top row all the way across and the last column to the right. There are also some EMI's in the first picture, which are in my TAS Super Disc collection - finally complete. The second picture and some of the first show my Decca collection, about the same size as the EMI collection.

Larry
i can appreciate the time, not to mention the considerable mullah involved in amasssing a great classical collection, especially the imported Lps. around the early 90s i had all of HPs superdiscs of the day, it took the better part of two years to collect them all. i recently acquired all the EMI superdiscs (except for four, still searching for those) directly from the UK and interestingly enough they cost about the same i paid all those years ago even with shipping and it took only one month vs. two years! that said i'll probably never have the sxl 2000 and 6000 series deccas i once owned... c'est la vie.
 

MylesBAstor

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i can appreciate the time, not to mention the considerable mullah involved in amasssing a great classical collection, especially the imported Lps. around the early 90s i had all of HPs superdiscs of the day, it took the better part of two years to collect them all. i recently acquired all the EMI superdiscs (except for four, still searching for those) directly from the UK and interestingly enough they cost about the same i paid all those years ago even with shipping and it took only one month vs. two years! that said i'll probably never have the sxl 2000 and 6000 series deccas i once owned... c'est la vie.
Yeah it's not that they're not around, just that the prices are stupid.
 

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