Goldmine Record Album Price Guide

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F+W Media, Inc., Sep 8, 2009 - Antiques & Collectibles - 688 pages
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Whether you're cleaning out a closet, basement or attic full of records, or you're searching for hidden gems to build your collection, you can depend on Goldmine Record Album Price Guide to help you accurately identify and appraise your records in order to get the best price.

  • Knowledge is power, so power-up with Goldmine!
  • 70,000 vinyl LPs from 1948 to present
  • Hundreds of new artists
  • Detailed listings with current values
  • Various artist collections and original cast recordings from movies, televisions and Broadway
  • 400 photos
  • Updated state-of-the-market reports
  • New feature articles
  • Advice on buying and selling Goldmine Grading Guide - the industry standard


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This is so much more than a price guide. It's a discography of the artists you are interested in, usable for shopping and collecting. It's quite complete in its listings.
There are occasional errors
in spelling of titles or dates.
The grading and price guides, you should realize, are very misused by sellers who absolutely refuse to be honest. They use high grades for records that are lower quality.
The basic grades are Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good, and Mint. With experience you will find that sellers rate fair and good records as very good or mint.

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This item came quickly in my mail. And this product was even better than I expected. Im very HAPPY! Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Martin Popoff is one of rock s most prolific writers. This is his 50th book. Previous books have included studies of Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest you get the picture! As a journalist, he has written for a number of diverse magazines including Record Collector, Goldmine, Guitar World, Metal Hammer and a BBC TV programme on metal. He lives in Toronto

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