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Vinyl fans in spin over New York Public Library's record sale

Vinyl fans are flocking to New York's Public Library for the Performing Arts in search of hidden gems and great bargains.

The library is clearing much-needed shelf space by selling 22,000 of its records - all of them duplicates - for $1 (64p) each.

Proceeds from the sale will help preserve the rest of the library's collection and fund new acquisitions.

Catharina Moh reports.

  • 10 Aug 2013
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