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The premier location for rare and unusual 78 rpm records! 

STOP PRESS!  16 February 2015. My latest 220+ item Auction of Jazz, Blues and European Hot Dance 78s closes on 1st March and has some major rarities on offer, as well as more affordable treasures! Take a peek or, better still, get on my Mailing List, so you’ll never miss that elusive record you’ve searched for years for!

I’ll be offering lots of records, plus phonographs, cylinders and paper items at a new event -  the City of London Phonograph & Gramophone Society’s Phonofair, to be held at the Museum of Mechanical Museum, Brentford, Saturday 21st February, 9am - 5pm. Hope to see you there!

14 February 2014 - Read an interview with me by Andrew J. Sammut HERE… 

Do you share our passion for Vintage 78s?

Great - you've come to the right place! Here you will find masses of quality 78 rpm records for auction and sale - Vintage Jazz, Pre-and Post-War Blues, Pre-War European Jazz and Dance Bands, Personality and Rare Label 78 records plus associated ephemera such as Gramophones, Phonographs, books, sheet music, photographs etc.

We also have a regularly-updated feature section of rare and often previously unpublished Photographs of Jazz, Blues, and Personality artists.

Our thrice-yearly 78 rpm Record Auction listing continues to feature stunning Jazz and Blues rarities from the famed collections of Brian Rust, Laurie Wright and others, including rare items on such labels as Paramount, Gennett, OKeh, Vocalion, Champion, QRS, Berliner, Edison, Tri-Ergon, Pathé and many more. 

We also offer regular lists of rare and unusual Jazz, Blues, Personality, Theatre, Music Hall, Operatic and Historic 78s, cylinders and ephemera on eBay - this link will take you there:-


We're always interested in buying rare and unusual 78s - click this link to see the sorts of records we want and - more importantly - those we don't!

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