Monday, January 9, 2012

Vinyl Records Top 5 eBay Sales Week Ending 01/07/2012

The withdrawn first Sex Pistols single tops the list this week, but selling at several thousand less than its usual closing price. The Elvis 7" is interesting; Compact 33 was an RCA label for jukebox vendors. Typically they were like an EP and had two cuts per side from whatever LP the artist had out at the time. This Elvis Compact 33 has one cut per side, like a regular 45. For only the second time in almost five years of keeping this list, there is a three-way tie. The #4 spot has a Butcher Cover, a rare jazz and a rare classical LP all selling for $2k. Finishing the list is a rare Northern Soul 45.

1. 45 - Sex Pistols "God Save The Queen" / "No Feeling" A&M AMS-7284 - $11,710.08

2. 7" - Elvis Presley "Good Luck Charm" / "Anything That's Part Of You" Compact 33 Single - $4,995.00

3. LP - Bach Mozart "Violin Concerto" His Masters Voice ASD 429 W/G UK Pressing - $4,050.00

4. LP - The Beatles "Yesterday And Today" 3rd State Butcher Stereo - $2,000.00

4. LP - Kenny Dorham "Quiet Kenny" New Jazz 8225 - $2,000.00

4. LP - Beethoven "Symphony #9" Furtwangler Akkord D-010851 - $2,000.00

5. 45 - Mac Staten "There She Goes" / "Do The Freeze" Prelude - $1,951.00

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