[Dixielandjazz] Mosaic boxes (was Cardboard or Jewell Box CDs?)

dwlit at cpcug.org dwlit at cpcug.org
Mon Aug 10 05:50:39 PDT 2009

Hi Bill. I realize that many people treat the Mosaic sets as collectors
items / investments. I buy 'em mainly as historic reference works, as well
as for listening, so I want 'em where I can get to 'em easily, ie in
drawers right behind my desk. I have what to me is the relevant info in
databases, so I can look up a song or artist, turn around and get out the
CD without needing to refer to the book...

I confess that I haven't made provisions for disposing of my musical
infrastructure when I "fall off my trig" (what's a "trig"?). I really
should take care of that...My family wouldn't have a clue as to where to


> dwlit at cpcug.org wrote:
>>  Mosaic puts its big sets in LP-sized boxes, and the CDs are in jewel
>> boxes. I hate the big boxes, because the book also is LP sized, which
>> makes it hard to store. I put the CDs in with my others in drawers
>> and get
>> rid of the box.
> Dear Sheik,
> Silly boy.
> I store my LP- size Mosaic boxes in the carton they were posted in,
> awaiting the time I fall off my trig and the kids have to dispose of
> the collection.
> As our list mate Mike does now on eBay.
> Without that big box he would never make a fortune on his Mosaic
> investment packages.
> 8>)
> However, I have yet to find a neat magazine box to store and access
> the Mosaic booklets.
> Very kind regards.
> Bill.

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