45 RPM lot 2300 Rock n Roll Soul jukebox Beatles Elvis import Japan VG to MINT - rare vinyl collector item

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45 RPM lot 2300+ Rock n Roll Soul jukebox Beatles Elvis import Japan VG to MINT

45 RPM lot 2300 Rock n Roll Soul jukebox Beatles Elvis import Japan VG to MINT
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Auction End date
19 Mar 2014
Seller Location
Buffalo, New York

Item Description

Hello everyone. Please let me mention that I have sold approximately one million vinyls over the years to collectors around the world as well as multiple DEALERS, so rest assured, I will deal in a professional manor as well as give you an accurate description with prompt courteous service.

IF 'BUY IT NOW' IS USED, I OFFER 3 BEATLES IMPORTS IN LAST PICTURE. (33 COMPACT AP-4055 and 4110-Japan, Tonpress gf N-10/N11 Poland) A $200 VALUE!!

I have here many of mypersonal 45 RPM'scollection up for sale.

With all of that, I present, a lot of many oddballs,diversifiedrare lot of at 'least' 2,300+ (up to 2,400).

Many include what you see shown, Thin Lizzy on Vertigo, other Imports, mostly Soul and Rock, one or twolocal , promos,etc.!

First two pictures are worth my asking price alone!!

Ones not pictured are some oddballs as well as jukebox 45's. Here is a random sample:

Jerry Lee Lewis - Sun

Bob Seger -MCA

Elvis- RCA

Chicago Fire - Silver Sounds

First Class- UK

Hank Williams- MGM

Charles Brown -King

Paul Anka - ABC

Mickey & Sylvia - red RCA

Buzz & Bucky - Amy

Sandy Nelson - Imperial

FLEXI disc Columbia record club spring 1964 -unpunched center

Powersource - Power Vision

Bobby Moore & Rhythm Aces -Checker

Jan & Dean (GTO) Liberty

Malcolm Dodds & tunedrops END

Bobby Freeman - Josie


Rolf Harris - Epic (kangaroo song)

Fats Domino -red Imperial

Alan Freed - Coral

Dickie Goodman - Diamond

Betty Johnson - Atlantic

Rick Nelson - Imperial

Ernie King -mono wlp Mercury

Calvin Leavy - Blue Fox

LaVerne Baker - Atlantic

Isley Brothers - Wand MINT

Annette - Disney

Duane Eddy - Jamie (block letters)

Rick Nelson - Decca bars

Ricky Nelson - Verve

Cheers - Capitol

Johnny Pate - Federal

James Brown - King

Chuck Berry - red Mercury

Frank Ifield - VJ

R.B. Hudmon - Atlantic

Jimmy Frost - U/A wlp

Stix & Stonz - Columbia "A" (audition) wlp

Perry Como RCA wlp record prevue!

Cher - Imperial green & black

Cher - Imperial rink/red & black

Ronnie Baxter - Gone

Lloyd Price - Specialty

Dossie (thunderbird) Terry - Amp 3

Bertha Tillman - Brent

Clyde Stacy - Candlelight

Veda Brown - Stax

Clarence Reid - Alston wlp

Jacques Foti VJ

Buddy Cole - Audio

Booker T. & M.G.'s - Stax

Little Willie John - King

Yo Yo's - Pincus Platters

Fontella Bass - red Checker

Eddie Horan - HDM

Janis Joplin - Columbia

Uniques - Paula -3-d letters

Cookies - Dimension

McCoys - Ripete

Jerry Landis - Amy

Mark IV - Cosmic

Doctor- Father

Hi Liters - Hanover

Eddie Cooley & Dimples - Roost

Bonnie Guitar - Dot

Pips - VJ

Beach Boys - Brother

Beach Boys - Caribou

Cassietta George - Audio Gospel

Mary Wells - Motown pink (black lines)

Ritchie Valens - green Del Fi

Lawrence Cook - Abbey

Bobby Scott - ABC

Montclairs - Paula

Blue Cheer - Philips

Trashmen - Garrett

Loru Lynn - Love Lace

Browns - RCA

Gerry Granaham - Sunbeam

Trumpeteers - Splash

Nina Simone - Bethlehem

Lonesome Sundown - Excello

Bud Spudd & Sprouts - EM

Don Gardner - Fire

Jimmy Witherspoon - Prestige

Diamonds - Mercury script- both red, black

Don Gant - Colpix

Lorne Greens - RCA

Bill Haley Decca star

Bobby Helms -Decca star

Imperials - End

Soul Survivors - Crimson

Johnny Cash & June Carter - Columbia

Manfred Mann - Ascot

Darlene Love - Elektra

Sarah Vaughan - Mainstream

Pat Hervey - RCA

Rascals - Atlantic wlp with red top

Dick Dale - Deltone

local Jackie Jocko - Vik

Dusty Springfield - Atlantic

Flamingos - Philips

Rays - XYZ

Tidal Waves - HBR

Chad Stewart & Jeremy Clyde - World Artist wlp

Patti Page - Mercury script black & red versions

Johnny Cash - Columbia - red w/ gold print EP

Raging Storms - Warwick

Bob Seger - Starline

Papa Joe - Papa Joe wlp

Oscar McLolie & Jeanette Baxter - Class

Drafi - London

Bobby Edge - B&F

Maty's Brothers - Sound

Merilee Rush Turnabouts -Bell

Dave Clark - Epic

Gene & Eunice - Case

Mel Brown - Impulse

Wanda Jackson - Capitol

Jimmy Colvard Trio - Rosie

2 of Clubs - Fraternity

Bunker Hill - Mala

Mac Wiseman - Dot

Rita Coolidge - Pepper

Doors - Elektra

Conway Twitty - MGM

Bill Hayes - ABC

The Cream - Atco

Pink Floyd - Harvest

Tokens - RCA

Jimmy Reed - Bluesway

James Cotton - Loma

Led Zeppelin - Atlantic (many)

Sunsetters - Dearborn

Les Paul - Capitol

Lloyd Price - ABC

Soupy Sales - ABC

Lamont Dozier ABC

Bob Seger - blue Starline

Virtues - Hunt

Crickets - Brunswick

Malcolm Dodds - End

Milt Matthews - Catalyst

Shirley Matthews - Atlantic

Bob Dylan - wlp

Billy Preston - Tamla wlp

Blue Ridge Rangers (early CCR) - Fantasy -green lbl

Drifters - yellow Atlantic

Clyde McPhatter - yellow Atlantic

Eddie Davis - Prestige

Monkees- Colgems MINT

John Zacherle - Cameo (Dracula)

Box Tops - Mala

Friend & Lover - Verve

Led Zeppelin - Swan Song

Browns - RCA

Staple Singers - Riverside

Royal Guardsmen - Laurie

Bad Company - Swan Song

The Who - Decca

Danny & the Juniors - ABC

Jan & Dean "A" audition - Liberty wlp

Viscounts - Madison

Gun - Epic "A" (audition)

Gove- TRX

Bee Bee Butler - SMC

Rimshots - A-I

Freddie Cole - Sue

Bobby Helms - pink Decca

Underbeats - Soma - wlp

Vibrations - ATC

Johnnie Ray - Okeh

Backroom Joe & Boys - Pennant

Yours Truly - Bonnie

Chuck Berry - Chess --both silver top, and solid

Nora Searle - Texie

Roosevelt Fountain & Pens of Rhythm - Prince Adams

Chiefs - Greenwich

Winstons - Metromedia

Jackie Wilson - Brunswick

Beatles - MGM

Annette - Vista

Kendall Sisters - Argo - wlp

Angels - Gee

Bobby & Eddie with Earl's Girls - Nabor

Charlie Stewart -

Bowties - Roost

Popcorn Blizzard - DeLite

Young Folk - Double Shot

Charmer - Monogram

Jack Pleis - Cameo

Beatles - VJ black-silver print-brackets lbl

Beatles - Tollie boxed

Irma Thomas - Imperial

Styx - Wooden Nickel

Jack Dupree- King

Lady Saw Jem Rush

Ruby Wright - King

Bobby Bobo - Sage

Jimmy Wakely pink Decca sample

Janice -Fantasy - Brown

Chas McDevitt - Chic

Turtles - White Whale

Hot Toddys - Shan Todd

Florida All Stars - Music City

Don Shirley - Cadence advance press wlp

Hank Williams - MGM Germany

Screamin Jay Hawkins - Okeh

Earl Washington - Checker

Link Wray - Swan

Baby Washington - Sue

Emersons - Cub D.J.

Furys - Mack

We the people - Map City wlp

Bubble Puppy - International

Tiny Bradshaw - King

..only a few listed at random.

BOOK VALUE: I'll toss that fantasy figure of $30,000 out the door. I would say if you were to sell these one at a time you could get$10,000 or more,'real money'...or just keep them and enjoy at a wholesale discount.

Want a better price?? Ask me how to get them for $2,000!

At this time, I prefer to keep as a lot. Time is very limited with me sitting and caringfor a dear family member. This is why I am selling them for a fraction of their value as I would have rather sell them one by one.

Questions/comments, love it! And thanks for looking!!!




I have sold around 1 million vinyls on eBay so please bid with confidence.

As time permits I will be listing more so please check back as I have a lot of plenty of Beatles import LP's and 45's and other rare LP's I will be selling as a lot for one bargain price. Ask me for more details.


Record grading guided by Goldmine (graded in light):
MINT: No scuffs, scratches, blotches, stains, labels, writing, tears or splits. Simply perfect.
NEAR MINT (NM): A Record that may have one or two tiny, minor flaws such as light paper scuffs from sliding in and out of the sleeves that do not affect play.
EXCELLENT (EX or VG+): A Record has been handled and played either very little or very carefully. The vinyl may have lost some but not all of it's original luster or have a slight scratch that doesn't affect play.
VERY GOOD (VG): A Record that displays visible signs of handling and playing such as loss of vinyl luster, light surface scratches, groove wear and spindle trails. A VG record may look like it will have some audible surface noise when it is played, although any noise should not overwhelm the music or ruin the listening experience.
GOOD (G): The Record is well played, with any number of defects such as complete loss of surface sheen, obvious surface noise, etc.
I have many more from Rock to Jazz to Metal to Doo Wop, to Psyche, etc.
Please check my other auctions and store. MOREto come!!
Thanks and good luck!