For what it’s worth: Paul McCartney’s most valuable vinyl

Goldmine was curious: Which of Paul McCartney’s  efforts minus The Beatles are the most valuable on vinyl?

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Here’s what we found:

A mono copy of "Ram" snags the MVP post for Paul McCartney's catalog.

1. “Ram,”  1971, Apple MAS-3375 $4,000 NM (“near mint”). [one sold  on eBay in 2004 for $4,550, photo above]
—Credited to “Paul and Linda McCartney,” mono record in stereo cover for radio station use only

2. “Helen Wheels”/”Country Dreamer,” 1973, Apple 45 P-1869 $2,000 NM. [One with an “inaudible mark”  sold on eBay in 2010 for only $41]
—Paul McCartney and Wings; a very rare promo, as most promos have the same song on both sides.

3. “Band on the Run Radio Interview Special,” 1973, National Features Corp. 2955/6 $1,500 NM.
—Promo-only interview disc regarding the Wings’ album.

4. “This One” (same on both sides) 1989, Capitol 45 7PRO-79700 [DJ] $400 NM [one sold with “light superficial surface marks”  on eBay in 2004 for only $46]
—Vinyl is promo only

5. “Brung to Ewe By,” 1971, Apple SPRO-6210 $400 NM [one graded as NM sold  on eBay in 2007 for $550]
—Promo-only radio spots for “Ram”; counterfeits have uneven spacing bet. tracks

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