Vinyl & Radios & Players*

Press for a very partial list of albums.


More Than Cool
Philco Radio
Purchased by Millicent Nadeau
& her husband
on October 31st, 1941.

(Neat Documentation!)

Three Bakelite Faces;  Bakelite tuning panel.

It humms, needs Fixing to Re-boom.

Zenith:  $290
(We paid $100 to get this AM-Shortwave fixed; excellent condition.)

Bakelite Zenith:   $190

Zenith:  $210
[The inner tuning ring snapped; was fully working half a year ago.]


Wire Recorder:  $230
Victrola from The Park Hotel
[  Said to have worked; we have not yet tried it.]


also, we have a                                 
Brunswick Quarter Sawn Oak Victrola:  $130
(It worked; now needs a few strategic dabs of oil.)

Bakelite:  Hanging Guts:  $77
Car Radios

Four Ford Radios:  Serial #'s & Prices
NorthWest:  OMF 107668  $65
SW:  ZFF 14931  $88
NE:  Z-292427  $88 (w/ glass)
SE:  Push Button   has a little tag 7051  $40

The top center radio is a Chieftan:  $54
Philco at the very top & far right ($29)
Top Philco & shown below is $60.


Magnavox 60's or 50's:  $99
(Sold to Radio-Fixin' Rod)

(Atmospheric Cool; needs tinkering)

Sylvania:  Retro TV Base:  Works w/ contracting pic.

Zenith Bee:  The Cat's Posterierre, before it was painted.
Works, could be restored:  $99.

}{This list is very old, many sold:  we must have a ton of records now.}{

The Beatles:  Magical Mystery Tour  (Only 4 pages of the 24 page book.)
Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band [*Virtually Mint]
The White Album
Tony Bennet:   Hometown, My Town  (Re-issue/Columbia Special)
Kate Bush:  The Sensual World
Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two:  Get Rhythm
Hello I'm Johnny Cash
I Walk The Line
Chicago:  (c. 1972-'75)
Cleopatra:  by Alex North
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young:  Deja vu
Donovan:  Wear Your Love Like Heaven
Bob Dylan:  Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid
Emerson Lake & Palmer
Jose Feliciano: Souled
Flatt & Scruggs:  20 All-Time Great...
Fleetwood Mac:  Tusk
Iron Butterfly:  Metamorphosis
Jesus Christ Superstar  [The 1970 Cover is excellent.]
Kookie   Star of "77 Sunset Strip"  Edd Byrnes
Led Zeppelin:   Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin II  *(Virtually Mint:  an ink B on cover corner)
Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin (With 'Stairway To Heaven')
Loudon Wainwright III:  A Live One
Ramsey Lewis:  Them Changes
Ramsey Lewis:  Wade In The Water
The Manhattan Transfer Live:  (1986)
Mason Williams & Mannheim Steamroller:  Classical Gas
Moody Blues:  This Is The Moody Blues
Nick Lowe and his Cowboy Outfit
The Rolling Stones:  Exile On Main St (2, one is virtually mint)
Charlie McCoy:  Good Time Charlie
Pete Seeger:  Folk Music [Live At The Village Gate]
Pete Seeger Sings Little Boxes & Other Broadsides
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66:  Look Around
Simon And Garfunkel's Greatest Hits
The Slightly Fabulous Limeliters
Tommy Roe:  Dizzy
The Towering Hilltoppers
Hank Williams:  The Lonesome Sound of
Woodstock [Cotillion 1970]
Woodstock Two [Cotillion 1971]
77 Sunset Strip  [1959]
The Sundowners (copyright 1980)  (Pretty Mint)
Last Of The Convertibles  (1980)  (Pretty Mint)

Ohio Knox (Reprise Records Radio Station Records Service) 1971
 The Devil's 8


Two versions of Exile On Main Street.

New Jazz records on May 19th, 2007:                              
(All seem to be early editions except for James Cotton)
Billie and De De and their Preservation Hall Jazz Band  (1966)
James Cotton:  High Compression   (Alligator Records 1984)
James Cotton And His Big Band   (1986)
Dukes Of Dixieland (Volume 6)
Jazz At Preservation Hall I  The Eureka Brass Band Of New Orleans
Jazz Begins:  The Young Tuxedo Brass Band
Jazz Trip II:  Jazz Kings Of New Orleans
Keely Smith (w/ Billy May & his orchestra):   Politely
Papa Celestin's Golden Wedding   (1955, poor shape)
Sweet Emma and her Preservation Hall Jazz Band  (1964)
Frank Sinatra                               
a Swingin' Affair
Come Dance With Me
nice 'n' easy
No One Cares
Only The Lonely

The Best Of Dixieland
The Best Of Jolson  (1973 MCA)

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