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 Post subject: Wanted:Assorted Vocalions
PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2020 3:39 pm 
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Hello everyone, I'm looking for a few particular Vocalions, if you have one you're willing to sell (or more than one) please let me know.

I'd like to find as many from the same seller just to have a lower shipping cost, but these are some of my favorites. So if I have to get each from separate sellers I won't complain.

Vocalion‎ – 14777(Home In Pasadena / Until Tomorrow, the The Ambassadors)

Vocalion ‎– 14590(Yes! We Have No Bananas / Ritzi Mitzi, Selvin's Orchestra)Found

Vocalion – 14639(Cut Yourself A Piece Of Cake / That Big Blonde Mamma, the Bar Harbor Society Orchestra)

Vocalion ‎– 14637(Oh! Harold / Annabelle, Selvin's Orchestra )Found

Vocalion – 14446(Tomorrow / Toot-Toot-Tootsie, Emil Coleman & His Montmartre Orchestra)Found

Thanks everyone, I'm looking for at lease V copies.


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 Post subject: Re: Wanted:Assorted Vocalions
PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2020 5:34 pm 
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