However, most people generally have one or two boxes of records: 100-200 LPs & 45s.
I spend most of my time looking at the same records over & over--Easy listening from the late 50's early 60's & classic Rock "million sellers" of the 1970's.
Some of those records are good sellers: The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath & Pink Floyd. But a lot of them don't
really sell to collectors.
The other types of records that sell for me are major label groups that sold less--50,000 to 200,000, or relatively obscure records that sold thousands.
Record collecting is essentially about near mint records. My job is to source LPs & 45s that have managed to escape the ravages of time.
On the other hand, if there is high demand, I can can get by with "rough" condition, but at a lesser price.
Hopefully, this gives you some kind of idea of what I want and what to expect when showing me your records.
However, you don't have to try to figure out where your records fit into this scheme of things. You just have to show them to me and I'll sort it out.