Where else but in our Market Watch would you find a picture disc showing Madonna sucking toes competing with a vintage Beatles, for the top spot in the countdown.
The Medford, N.J., collector/illustrator hasn’t missed an issue of this magazine since 1985
Elvis may have left the planet, but he’s still finding his way around the online auction circuit just fine, thank you, thank you very much.
London Records literally rock Richard Kaplan’s world. The collector has been snapping up records since 1966.
“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.
Goldmine® Grading Guide is now the most widely used guide for the buying and selling of vinyl albums; many eBay auctions and stand-alone Web sites swear by it
Beatles fans are a loyal group of collectors. They adore not only the music, but also the influence the band had on pop culture
Goldmine’s Market Watch covers the recent auctions, from a rare Billy Nichols LP to Black Flag 45.
“Garage Records Price and Reference Guide: 1960’s Garage, Psychedelic And Uncharted Rock 45s” by Barry Wickham and Geoffrey Richman, reviewed by Stephen M.H. Braitman.
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