Yup, Goldin has a bunch of Nick Carter's that aren't in general circulation.
Check his holdings at radiogoldindex.com.
But as the previous poster suggests, good luck getting them. Goldin doesn't
copy his stuff unless you've got something pretty juicy to trade, which
mainly means transcription disks. Even then ... who knows ...
Anyone on the list ever successfully traded with Goldin?
In a message dated 12/31/2005 3:35:37 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
The Goldin collection has a bunch of the 1949-50 ones, but good luck
trying to get any.
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