Welcome to Hawaii Public Radio's Collectible Records Sale Page.

The why and the wherefore: This site is a service run by volunteers of Hawaii Public Radio, with all monies raised going to the support of public radio programming in Hawaii. The records on offer have been donated to Hawaii Public Radio by listeners, and have been selected as being of particular interest, rarity, or simply collectible. Most are 33 RPM vinyl recordings, and most are used in good
or better condition (as noted in the descriptions). Some records are new in sealed wrappings and are sold as such.

How it works: Please take the time to browse the records on the following pages, which have been grouped by type. The descriptions given, and the evaluation of the quality of the discs, are those of the volunteers who have done the selecting; we hope that this information will be useful. If you see something you¹d like to own, please e-mail us at Hawaii Public Radio and we'll mark the record "sold". Once your payment has been received, the record will be send out within 24 or 48 hours. For your information, records sent to addresses in the U.S. (all 50 states) will be sent by U.S. Priority Mail,
which usually takes 3 to 5 days from Honolulu; postage will be $4.00 for the first 2 records,
and $1.10 per record thereafter. We can ship to addresses outside of the USA;
payment must be made in US dollars and when we receive your order, we will advise you on shipping options and costs. Payments may be made by check (or money order)
made out to Hawaii Public Radio,
or by credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express only, please).
Checks, or your credit card number and expiration date, should be sent to: Hawaii Public Radio
738 Kaheka Street
Honolulu, HI 96814.

Thank you for visiting our site.
Remember that in most instances, these are "one-only" items, so if you see something you¹d like to own, please let us know by e-mail as soon as possible. Remember also that we will be constantly updating this page,with new records being added at frequent intervals, so why not bookmark this page and make it a point to come back frequently to see what¹s been added.

Click here for Hawaiian music and recordings by Hawaiian musicians.

Click here for Jazz and Blues recordings.

Click here for Rock and Roll titles.

Click here for Classical music (including opera).

Once again, mahalo (thank you, danke schön, merci beaucoup, muchas gracias, arigato) for your interest and your support of Hawaii Public Radio.

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