Selling your records and CDs is an effective way music lovers can help fund the National Jazz Archive.
Are your beloved vinyl records and CDs just collecting dust? Have you replaced all those treasured tracks with MP3 downloads? Has a loved one passed on and you’re looking for a good home for their prized collection? Would you like to support your Archive with a financial gift or just convert the collection into hard cash?
Since 2007, Rabbit Records has been working with the National Jazz Archive to help people to donate or dispose of their collections of vinyl records and CDs.
While their main area of interest and expertise is jazz and blues, they have over 20 years’ experience in the record business covering all genres of music including rock, pop, 60s, classical, soul and R&B.
Over the years they have built up an extensive customer base across Europe, North America and Asia, including newer markets such as Russia and China. So if you decide to donate or sell your collection, it will be distributed widely to music lovers internationally who will experience the same enjoyment and love of the music as you.
If you wish to donate your collection to the National Jazz Archive then Rabbit Records can facilitate the sale, with a proportion of the proceeds passed on to benefit the work and continued development of the Archive.
Alternatively, Rabbit Records will purchase collections directly from the seller and then independently make a donation to the Archive to acknowledge the initial referral, so the Archive still benefits.
Rabbit Records are happy to discuss and handle collections both large and small, ranging from a couple of boxes right up to major collections.
Arrangements may be made for a personal collection service from your home or office. To discuss your requirements simply contact Scott Nicol at Rabbit Records on 07710 794896 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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