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Posted 3 years ago

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These were left in my husbands uncle house , we found them when we were cleaning out his items. I have (7) with the Conquer Lable, (1) with a Voacalion Lable, (1) with a Victor Lable, all seem to be of county artist,Gene Autry, "Filllin Doc Roberts trio and Cumberland Ridge Runners, dating back to 1926-1942.

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  1. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 3 years ago
    Do you mean Fiddlin' Doc Roberts Trio? Without the titles the prices would be hard to say for sure. I'm finding 'a' album for that band for around $10 'A' Karl Cumberland RR for around $15 That is not knowing the songs. Gene Autry I'm not even going to try to find that without the song. He recorded on 45 different label's!

    You might find out the other two are more when you look up the titles. 10-15 is a start when random fox trots you can't give away these days.
  2. Carol, 3 years ago
    My Uncle has a record collection from back in the 1920s at least! They are 33,78s Etc: Some are the hard records, we are looking to sell them & get what we can for my uncle. He lives in Phila. Pa. We are trying to help him out by getting things right at the house, my Husband is there now. Can you tell me what is the best way to go about this?
  3. Carol, 3 years ago
    Hi, yes I am back again, we really need help to get things done as soon as possible!
    Also, want to know about VCR tapes, he has hundreds of them!!
  4. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 3 years ago
    VCR tapes are really obsolete these days and only get about a buck a piece at like a game trader store. The records are harder because some go for more than others. You might hit up an antique store and see if they will buy them.

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