Vinyl Vintage Record Collection LP- Make Offer (#Greenville, SC#)


condition: excellent
media type: vinyl

~Do not send message asking for prices. Must tell your offer price for each below line item wanted or group of records~
LP Vintage Records. All bought new long ago by seller and in storage for decades.
Please tell your offer price each with line# for those of interest or one $ offer for lines wanted.
Messages asking for prices will be DISMISSED! No Read= No Sell.
Please keep in mind that it took decades to arrive @ sell point and selling is discretionary.
All records listed are Long Play (LP) 33 1/3. NO OTHER RECORDS FOR SALE.
Condition is very good. All in original jackets.
5 America Greatest Hits Warner Bros. 1975
6 Barbara Streisand Je m`appelle Columbia 1966
7 Basia Time And Tide Epic 1987
12 Big Band Era (2 record set) 14 Artists RCA 1971
16 Boston and Chicago Symphony Heifetz-Violen Concertos RCA 1970
17 Boston Pops-Al Hirt, Arthur Fiedler "Pops" Goes The Trumpet RCA 1964
19 Camelot Original Broadway Cast Columbia 1962
30 Gary Lewis and The Playboys Golden Hits Liberty 1965
33 Herb Alperts's Tijuana Brass Whipped Cream & Other Delights A&M LP 110
43 John Denver Songbook RCA 1974
48 More-Kai Winding Kenny Burrell Verve 1963
50 Nicolette Lotta Love Warner Bros. 1978
52 Ormandy Philadelphia Orchestra Greatest Hits Columbia MS 6934
54 Philadelphia Orchestra Tchaikovsky-Swan Lake The Nutcracker Columbia 1965
55 Popular Science Stereo Test Total Sound 1967
62 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Beethoven Symphony No.9 "Choral" {Made England} London 1966
Individual is selling unneeded and not being used household items far below cost to clear space. Once sold, there will not be more.

Be READY to tell time you will come see anytime during day, Sunrise to 4:00 PM.
NO evening show. NO TEXT MESSAGES. Speak distinctly when leaving message. No text to landline calls accepted. Before 5 PM show contact info
"In God we trust, all others pay cash."
No cryptocurrency, Paypal, checks, beads, booze, seashells, barter or trades.
Will meet @ easy common place in GREENVILLE, SC.
NO SHIPPING, NO delivery to your location. No meet half way for out of city buyers.
No trade for cars/trucks, mopeds, boars, donkeys, clunkers, mobile homes, toasters, your x girl/boy friend, ATV, MTV, 8 track tapes or big box TV.
True buyers afforded deserved best courtesy and red carpet.
Not obligated to sell to or entertain: Big Hat-No Cattle, Bottom Fisher, Can't speak English {take free ESL course}, Chiseler, Curiosity Seeker, Dork, Expectations Above Ad, Fraud/Spam, Fruitcake, Goofball, Grand Poo Bah Ego, Illiterate, Insufferable, Lookyloo, Lost in Space, Low-ball, Malcontent, Matron, Memory Lane Stroller, Misanthrope, Mooch, Mystery Shopper, Nerd-Analysis Paralysis, Nincompoop, No $ to buy, Nobody Talker, NO READ AD, Nothing to do but inquire on ads, Nut Cracker, Perfectionist, Quack, Quintessential Dreamer, Re-seller, Retired Poker, Tire Kicker, Vitriolic, Vulture, Wacko and Window Shopper.
{Go to Mall, Bike Shop or Amazon for that¿.}
HUMOR SECTION~ Remember what they said:
*Lee Iacocca: "If you can find a better car, then buy it!" and "Lead follow or get out of the way!"
*Packard: "Ask the man that owns one."
*Richard Butterfield: "The quality of the product is remembered long after the price is forgotten."
*Warren Buffet: "The dirt comes out in the rinse cycle." and "Price is what is paid and value is what you get."
*Peter Paul: "Those that can-do. Those that can't-teach. Those that can't teach- teach the teachers."
*Alfred E. Newman: "What me worry?"
*JFK: "We must deal with the world for what it has become, rather than what we had expected it to be."
*Leslie Faye: "Life is not a dress rehearsal."
* Jonathan Swift ~ "Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others."
* John Bogle: "Information is separate from and building blocks of knowledge. Experience is doing, followed by wisdom learned from outcome."
* Mark Twain: "A man who will not read is just as ignorant as one who cannot read." and
"History does not repeat, but it rhymes."
*Terafumi Sasocki: "Every dog has its day."
*Live the life you love and love the life you live. Live and let live.
*You can sit in the waiting room or wait in the sitting room. (Who said that?)
*ALS: "Everything in life is relative to what your used to."
*Tony Rose: "Show me a rose or leave me alone."
* Yogi Berra: "You can observe a lot by watching."
"You've got to be very careful if you don't know where you are going, because you might not get there.
"If you don't know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else."
"I never said most of the things I said."
"The future ain't what it used to be."
"A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore."
"Little League baseball is a very good thing because it keeps the parents off the streets."
"I wish I had an answer to that because I'm tired of answering that question."
"It was impossible to get a conversation going, everybody was talking too much."
"You should always go to other people's funerals; otherwise, they won't come to yours."
"Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded."
"There are some people who, if they don't already know, you can't tell 'em."
"When you come to a fork in the road, take it."
"It ain't over till it's over."
Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra (May 12, 1925 -- September 22, 2015)
*Peter Bernstein: "There is no certainty. Rational people do not bet the ranch on a model with an [R-squared] of less than 1.00, that works out only for the most part. And God forbid it works out only for the minor part!
Consequences, not probabilities, determine the decisions that matter."
*"Cash talks and B**L S**T walks." [car salesman said this.]
*Albert Einstein: "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."
* "Once you stop learning you start dying."
Thanks for looking. (Are we having fun yet?)
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