Saturday, April 21, 2012

Happy Record Store Day - Top Monthly Vinyl Record Sales on eBay April 2011 - March 2012


April 2011 / 10" - Sex Pistols "God Save The Queen" Acetate - $23,805.30

May 2011 / LP - Michelle Auclair "Bach Violin Sonatas" Discophiles 209/210 French Pressing - $6,100.00

June 2011 / LP - Nirvana "Hormoaning" Clear Marbled Blue Red Purple Press - $6666.66

July 2011 / 45 - J D Bryant "I Won't Be Coming Back" / "Walk On It" Shrine 108 - $8,001.00

August 2011 / LP - Michelle Auclair "Bach Violin Sonatas" Discophiles 209/210 French Pressing - $7,500.00

September 2011 /  LP - The Beatles "Please Please Me" Parlophone UK STEREO black & gold label matrix 1R/1G Dick James credits - $18,692.52

October 2011 / 45 - Sex Pistols "God Save The Queen" / "No Feeling" A&M AMS-7284 - $17,179.47

November 2011 / 45 - The Beatles "Please Please Me" / "Ask Me Why" Parlophone UK Signed Authenticated - $12,631.20

December 2011 / 45 - The Beatles "Love Me Do" / "P.S. I Love You" Parlophone Demo with sleeve - $17,338.20

January 2012 / 45 - Sex Pistols "God Save The Queen" / "No Feeling" A&M AMS-7284 - $11,710.08

February 2012 / LP - Jutta Hipp with Zoot Sims "self-titled" Blue Note 1530 Original - $5,117.00

March 2012 / 45 - The Combinations "What 'Cha Gonna Do" / "Good Bye" Kellmac - $8,500.00

The top seller for the year for the first time does not come from The Beatles.  In the last year a studio acetate of The Sex Pistols "God Save The Queen" sold for almost $24k, the highest selling price of any recorded auctioned on eBay between Record Store Day 2011 and Record Store Day 2012.

Northern Soul reappeared on the list twice this past year, after being absent all of last year.  The Beatles topped the list three times this last year, down from four times from last year.


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