By Bruce Spizer Question: I have a copy of The Beatles’ 1961 single, signed by George Harrison. Is this worth more with the autograph? Also I have a signed photo of George. — T. Stephens, via e-mail Answer: The “My …
Those records you just bought probably need a good cleaning. So how can you get them ready to play quickly and easily? Okki Nokki may be the answer.
Before there were 45 RPM records, there were 78s. These records are incredible fragile, but if you can find a rock and roll 78 in one piece, you’ve found a great treasure.
Goldmine offers advice on a copy of The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” soundtrack plus pricing and identification information for records related to comic books.
The million-dollar question is whether your artists and records match the “profitable” market, which is very difficult to determine without the specifics of each individual record
A quadraphonic test pressing of excerpts from Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” on one side and Dvorak’s “Symphony No. 8” on the other.
What’s the story behind a 1976 copy of Jimmy Buffett’s “Havana Daydreaming” LP with no songs listed on the back?
Collecting advice to Goldmine readers
“Charlie Parker with Strings” might not be the rarest of his Mercury releases but, as many collectors will tell you, finding any “complete” album is considered a stroke of luck.
There comes a time in every collector’s life, and not necessarily at the end of it, where that lifelong horde begins to seem extraneous.