One and the same
Cash 4 Records & The Little Record Shop are one and the same.
With so many records around, I opened The Little Record Shop! If you want to sell records or buy records, you not only benefit from genuine advice from someone with over 15 years experience trading records (and a great price if you want to sell them), but you can also come and browse, buy or drop records.
It’s a small shop, but very welcoming 🙂
The Little Record Shop
43 Tottenham Lane
Crouch End, London
Open: Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun 1pm – 6:30pm
Sell & Buy records?
I’m interested in your life long loved top quality record collection, and will pay very best cash price for it.
I buy, most genres of music. I am also very interested in: standard and rare records, collectable records, life time collections in the genres; great rock collections, jazz collections, african, funk, soul, northern soul roots, lps 12s 7 ” and eps. Quirky,Unusual, soundtracks, library, mod, 60s, 70s, punk .. post punk …electronic..German krout rock..Indian, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, folk, old library collections, hospital radio collections, British jazz, any jazz 50s 60s jazz. Acetate’s ..demos …test pressings ..
I really do pay the best, fair prices too!
Email me call me text me.
Let me know your location your collection roughly how many and what genre ( type of music )
I will always call back so please leave details.
Come and visit the shop
I’m open Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun 1pm – 6:30pm,
BUT I buy records 7 days a week
9am – 9:30pm!
What folk say
“Great doing business with David Sternberg of cash4records – he’s an honest broker and knows his subject inside and out”
Nick Ingham, January 2018
“I’ll confess I was a bit worried about getting ripped off when selling my record collection but it was a real pleasure doing business with David. When he came round we had a pleasant chat and a cup of tea whilst he went through my records and at the end he made me what I thought was a very fair offer without any haggling. I would thoroughly recommend him. A good bloke.”
Brian, Croydon, July 2016
“For whatever reason you are looking to sell your records (none of these will normally be pleasant) I can say with confidence David and cash for records will see you right… If the money is your heart’s desire then you will struggle to find a more generous offer. If you want this not to be the day the music died then Cash for records is a must. David is a man of integrity and character whose professional, personal service was gratefully received.”
Ian Williams – Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, 2015
“David took all the records, paid what I thought was more than a fair price too! Would recommend to anyone.”
Maureen, Tottenham, North London – Jan 2016
“Thanks David for coming over and making it easy! Those records meant a lot to me, but I had to sell them. Your friendliness was appreciated (and cash :)”
Brian, North London, 2013
How it works
At the shop
At the shop I almost always sell lower than Internet prices. I like to offer unusual records as well as the big hitters.
I’m proud NOT to sell on eBay. That way, rare and unusual records are available for buyers like the old days!
Selling online often means nice items go to the far reaches of the world, and the local or regular buyer misses out.
I don’t do that. I only sell from the shop.
Buying your records
I love the buying process. I don’t send an employee over, I go myself. It’s a friendly, bespoke and reliable service.
I don’t just buy records in and around London. I often travel, so call me. It’s great to visit folk and discover what they have.
I pay a great price that leaves the seller with a smile and me too on my journey home ..
it’s as simple as that!
Sell Records? Buy Records?
If you have reached my website, then I’m guessing you are interested in trying to sell records, or buy records, but either way you probably have great memories of your music collection and feel it has great emotional value. Everyone loves music! Given the resurgence of vinyl, you may have guessed that your records may also have great financial value. Obviously they may be worth a lot of money, or they might not be worth much at all, but you won’t know that without checking.
Check the value of your record collection
There are lots of ways to discover the value of a record collection, but most of them involve way too much work, either online, or asking around (or wasting time on eBay!). The easiest way to realise the value of your records, and possibly sell records turning them into cash is to find a trusted record dealer. The good news is that you are one phone call, text or email away from someone with over 15 years experience buying and selling records. Yes that’s me!
Records bought – I pay cash for records
I buy and sell a great many records in London, but travel all over to see record collections for sale. Records are my passion and I pay great prices. You could say I am a bit old fashioned giving people a personal service, but I prefer it that way. Website that sell records including eBay can leave the seller very discontent. They have to deal with all sorts of people that either know a lot about records and try and rip you off, or don’t know much at all and just waste your valuable time. It’s a funny world! If you want someone to simply turn up, leaf through your record collection, give you an honest and often top notch valuation and pay cash for your records, then get in touch. I whizz all over the place checking record collections for sale and do this 7 days a week 9am to 9:30pm.
I sell records
I also have a great and extensive collection of records at The Little Record Shop, Tottenham Lane, North London. If you are looking for something, then drop by. The shop has original rare vinyl from across the board that you may not find online. If it be African /Reggae/Roots or Jazz or Psych. Anything rare or unique is usually not available on mainstream websites because the dealers buy and sell them behind the scenes or on eBay. I don’t!
You will find I have some original records and rare vinyl just sitting in my shop ready to be found. I get fresh stock all week from various places. I even give a quantity of records every other week to my local charity shop. This keeps the records in the shop fresh and un-seen and gives space for the new stock.