Best place to sell my vinyl?

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  1. thekirbyfake

    thekirbyfake New Member

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    I've got a stack of old DnB from the mid nineties that have sat unloved and unplayed in my loft for the past decade.

    Whilst clearing some stuff away I found them again this weekend. And promptly got told off by the wife for sitting there flipping through and reminiscing...

    Anyhow I began making up a list of the stuff in one of the boxes with a view to selling them on eBay.

    Is eBay the best place to do this or are there any decent specialist vinyl marketplaces? The first Google result for "vinyl marketplace" was for http://www.musicstack.com. A quick search reveals "Nothing was found searching for goldie timeless" and therefore it's not really the site I'm looking for.

    List so far is here
     
  2. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    http://www.discogs.com

    This is the best place to sell your vinyl mate. Create an account and add your vinyl to your sellers list. Discogs take a percentage of the sale when you have sold it. I think its 10% but you can pass that cost on to the buyer with postage and packing costs.
     
  3. thekirbyfake

    thekirbyfake New Member

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    Excellent thanks

    I searched for my first item (Earth Volume One - LTJ Bukem box set) and people are asking anywhere between £20-100.

    Are they deluded and those items just stay on there forever?
     
  4. barnesy00

    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    there not deluded, id put it up for £20 or just under