One of Cardiff's most-loved landmarks is up for sale.
Spillers Record Shop, on the Hayes, has been a mecca for music fans since 1894.
But now the 112-year-old shop - recognised as the oldest record store in the world - could face closure if it is not sold by March 2007.
Current shareholder Nick Todd, 53, has owned the shop for 20 years and worked there for more than 31, after getting a job as the manager in 1975.
Mr Todd, who has two grown-up daughters, one of whom works in the shop with him, said: 'I started here when I was 24-years-old.
'There is a lot of history in Spillers. We are in the Guinness Book of Records and we were a Radio One quiz question last year.'
Mr Todd confirmed the sale was due to his recent divorce from his wife after their failed to reach a financial settlement regarding the jointly-owned business.
If the shop is sold before the deadline, it is likely to remain open.
Mr Todd, who is from Dinas Powys and went to school in Penarth, said there were already several people interested in buying the shop. But, should the business fail to be sold by March next year it could be closed.
The former DJ said he was sad to be leaving the shop but was looking forward to his next challenge.
He said he had seen music trends come full circle during his three decades at Spillers.
'The Beatles were really big when I started, but they still are,' he added.
'I am just re-ordering some Led Zeppelin albums which were out when I started working here. They are selling to the grandchildren of people who were buying them first time around.'
And as for famous faces, Mr Todd has certainly seen his fair share, but the one who stands out is perhaps a little unexpected.
'One of my favourite people I've met was Will Young. He was such a gentleman when he came into the shop the year before last. Robbie Williams has also shopped in here.'