The Official Price Guide to Records

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House of Collectibles, 2002 - Antiques & Collectibles - 768 pages
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The most up-to-date and accurate price guide to records, The Official Price Guide to Records, 16th Edition covers every genre of music, including rock & roll, country & western, soul, pop, jazz, blues, easy listening, new wave, punk, alternative, R&B, and more. The book is packed with valuable information about practically every artist and album published since 1902, and indexed to help find your favorite artist quickly. Special sections on first-pressing identification, record grading, and promotional issues are also included. Best of all, the 16th edition is now smaller in trim size than previous editions, making it more portable and easier to use than ever.

Comprehensive, exhaustive, and featuring prices for more than one million records, The Official Price Guide to Records, 16th Edition is the only source record collectors will need.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
About the Format
4
Grading and the Price Range
5
The Bottom Line
6
Promotional Issues
7
Foreign Releases
8
Parenthetical Notes
9
Guidelines for Pricing Records Not in This Edition
11
What to Expect When Selling Your Records to a Dealer
12
SAMPLE LISTING
14
Record Listings AZ
15
BUYERS AND SELLERS DIRECTORY
737
DIRECTORY OF ADVERTISERS
761
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
762
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

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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