Sunday, July 22, 2007

Vinyl Records Top 5 eBay Sales Week Ending 07/21/2007




The rarest of Rockabilly 45's, Orangie Ray Hubbard's "Sweet Love" / "If I Had A Nickel For Every Time Your Untrue", tied for top auction results closing for $5000.00 with 13 bids, from a starting bid of $422.00. Also closing at $5000.00 with 1 bid was a signed Gene Pitney record, an Italian pressing about which the seller offered little information.

Next, a Beatles acetate of the first take of "How Do You Do It" sold for $4050.00 with 36 bids from a starting bid of $33.33.

A Northern Soul 45 RPM record, Chico Lamarr playing "What Do You Think I Am" / "How About You" on the Fuller label closed for $2827.00 with 18 bids from a starting bid $199.95.

The top 5 get kind of uneventful in the #4 and #5 spot. A Nivana Sub Pop "Love Buzz" / "Big Cheese" 45 sold for $2000.00 on a Buy-It-Now. And, a German pressing of a Clarke Boland "Music For The Small Hours" LP sold for $1580.00 with 18 bids from a starting bid of $22.00.
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