What's The Most Valuable Record In Your Collection?

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  1. LeeVing

    LeeVing Well-Known Member

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    Looks like it's time for a September update and see what has changed (if anything).


    Collection Value:
    Min $37,397.77 Med $62,024.01 Max $115,404.35

    Sorted by median value -

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  2. Christine

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    I have some shellac 78's, but I don't know how much there worth/ how rare they are.
     
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    mine is a mint copy of lee morgans the cooker. 1958, found it at a garage sale - and ive played it - a few times since thats what you SHOULD do regardless of price. discogs high is 1162.79 - though all the records in my collection are priceless and frequently played. REGARDLESS OF PRICE!
     
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    AndySlash would eat the moon if it were made of ribs

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  5. LeeVing

    LeeVing Well-Known Member

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    This ad was on all my Marvel comics when I was a kid...

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    Benhawaii Well-Known Member

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    yeah, that and seamonkeys, hostess pies, and how to draw the marvel comics way books...

     
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    Scott's death really made that Frightened Rabbit press balloon in value. It's just the standard version...
     
  10. GroovesInMiddleAmerica

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    TDL still reigns supreme, the rest of my top ones got shuffled and some new additions added. Ordered by median value.

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    Here's mine. Didn't realize some had such value.

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    Yeah. Sucks because that album is one I slept on at the time. Guess it's beyond me forever.

    Glad I at least have Midnight Organ Fight, which I think is objectively their best. Love those guys.
     
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    Unfortunately for me this is the only one I own.
     
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    I have several pre-war blues 78’s that are worth four figures. Some of these have discog listings, some don’t. None have a discogs sales history. My most valuable is Skip James/22-20 Blues on Paramount. A copy with torn labels and a 2’’ crack sold on eBay a year or so ago for $5200.
     
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    Probably my most expensive Record is still my Persona 5 deluxe box set. Haven’t checked what it’s going for on eBay but I Last I checked someone sold one I think for $700.
     
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    pretty jealous as I like to collect 78's and am always looking for pre-war stuff
     
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    Top 11 since #1 is a cassette.

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    One of these days I’ll get around to adding everything, but I think my Disintegration Loops box is still #1.

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    My top 7



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    Why would someone pay $500 for a cassette?
     
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