The Official Guide to the Money Records

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House of Collectibles, 1998 - Antiques & Collectibles - 339 pages
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Collectors continually debate which records are the most valuable. Now, here is the definitive guide - that ranks the Top 1,000 rarest and most precious records, from $650 to $25,000. This clearly organized listing from #1 to #1,000 crosses all music styles, including Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Soul, Rockabilly, Country and Western, Jazz, and Soundtracks - and it covers all speeds (33, 45, and 78) and all formats: Singles, Picture Sleeves, EPs, and LPs.

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Jerry Osborne is the author of the successful self-published edition of "Elvis - Word for Word" as well as the House of Collectibles music price guides. He is a former friend & promoter of Elvis Presley, & has been an avid collector of Presley memorabilia for more than 40 years. He lives in Port Townsend, Washington.

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