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March 26, 2008

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Beverly Boone

I don't know very much about my old victrola. I opened it up and there are old parts inside of it. What is the metal made out of I wondered and I read that there are diamond pieces on parts as well as saphires. The metal looks brass color so I assume that is what it is made of. I have a little case of old needles too. What are these things worth?

Michael Laprarie

Hello,

I am currently on vacation but I will be back to work, ready to
answer inquiries and bid on jobs, beginning on Oct. 27, 2011.

In the mean time, if you need to contact me you may phone me at
405-706-4927.

Thank you,

Michael Laprarie

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