It's not just record shops that are prime for digging in, charity shops are also full of vintage wax and dusty classics.
As vinyl sales are ever-increasing, charity shops are reaping the rewards as proved by an Oxfam music store on Byres Road in Glasgow, Scotland.
The store says the records it sold in 2017 - alongside cassettes, CDs and instruments - contributed towards a £100,000 profit. This was more than ever other Oxfam outlet in the UK.
Manager of the store, Andrew McWhinnie, said: “We have tried to do what the independent shops do,” he says. “Instead of it being just a bargain shop, we have tried to categorise the music and try to make it as fun as we can for people to go through.”
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