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eBook The Official Price Guide to Records, 18th Edition epub
  • ISBN: 037572236X
  • Author: Jerry Osborne
  • Genre: Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Antiques & Collectibles
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: House of Collectibles; 18 edition (August 14, 2007)
  • Pages: 784 pages
  • ePUB size: 1732 kb
  • FB2 size 1309 kb
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Jerry Osborne has been an avid record collector for over 40 years Jerry get Real !!. These Prices Will never Be Realized

Jerry Osborne has been an avid record collector for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books on music and records and writes the nationally syndicated music column, "Mr. Music. He has been featured on Good Morning America, CNN, and Today, and in publications including Readers' Digest, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, People, and Billboard. Series: OFFICIAL PRICE GUIDE TO RECORDS Jerry get Real !!. These Prices Will never Be Realized. A Lot Of Northern Soul at Crazy Prices.

The Official Price Guide. has been added to your Cart. Syndicated music columnist, avid record collector, and author Jerry Osborne has been writing record price guides and reference books since 1975

The Official Price Guide. Syndicated music columnist, avid record collector, and author Jerry Osborne has been writing record price guides and reference books since 1975. His published works on music now number over 40 titles and have been featured on Good Morning America, CNN, and Today. He has been cited by such publications as Reader’s Digest, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Billboard. He lives in Port Townsend, Washington.

state and around the world for the most accurate pricing information. Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase.

book by Jerry Osborne. The midwest produced many fine records from many fabulous musicians.

Osborne, Jerry; House of Collectibles. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Archive of Contemporary Music. Music, Arts & Culture.

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0676601863 (ISBN13: 9780676601862). However, there is't much extra information, after all, Osborne had a lot of records to get through, so verbosity is kept to a minimum. As such, while the book has just about every imaginable album from the days when records were king, it certainly doesn't contain everything. Yeah, you can find '80s stuff like The Smiths or even some early hardcore like Husker Du, but all those punks and emo kids of the early to mid-90s putting out the 7"s?

state and around the world for the most accurate pricing information. He is a former friend & promoter of Elvis Presley, & has been an avid collector of Presley memorabilia for more than 40 years.

By (author) Jerry Osborne. From flea markets to hip vintage stores, records remain a hot collectible item. ISBN13 9780375722363. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. And The Official Price Guide to Records is the only book that encompasses the full scope of vinyl, with price listings dating back to 1902, and covers every genre of music - from swing to new wave, rock to R&B, country to classical.

An avid collector of recorded music since 1960, Jerry Osborne has also worked full-time as an author . 74. 1999: The Official Price Guide to Antiques and Collectibles.

An avid collector of recorded music since 1960, Jerry Osborne has also worked full-time as an author of record price guides and reference books since 1975. From the first "Record Collector's Price Guide" (1976) to present, Jerry's published works now number over 220 books, plus at least 150 periodicals (magazines newsletters, reports, et. As busy as ever, he still produces new books regularly. 37. 1990: Complete Library of American Phonograph Recordings - 1961.

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From flea markets to hip vintage stores, records remain a hot collectible item. And The Official Price Guide to Records is the only book that encompasses the full scope of vinyl, with price listings dating back to 1902, and covers every genre of music -- from swing to new wave, rock to R&B, country to classical. This fully updated edition, indexed by artist for ease of use, includes:• Values for more than ONE MILLION records• Listings of singles and albums by more than 40,000 artists• Invaluable information on records of every speed, size, and format• A color showcase of album covers
Comments: (7)
Alsalar
Why would anyone want to buy a price guide produced in 1999? Because it is the last complete edition! This two-pound 8" x 11" book contains more than 800 pages of listings of artists and the recordings they made. Later editions of this title have fewer pages, a smaller 7" x 9" format, or both. For example, this edition includes Bonnie Lane's record on the Gone label; Cindy Lane's record on Remo, Connie Lane's record on Dynamic, and Cristy Lane's records on LS, Liberty, and United Artists. Later editions not only do not include these records, they also do not include these artists. It is like they never recorded! Of course, the downside of purchasing this book is that the prices listed are no longer accurate. However, some argue that they never were--that it is silly to think that a record has the same sale price in New York City as in Bainbridge, Georgia. In addition, most of the prices listed is this book are fairly wide, such as $10 to $20. Still, some prices do change dramatically. Ray Agee's 45 single record on the Soultown label is listed at $10 to $15 in this edition, but at $300 to $350 in the 17th edition of this book which was produced five years later in 2004.
Gtonydne
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Kalv
This book certainly is a comprehensive record pricing guide jam-packed with thousands upon thousands of 45, EP and LP titles, but because it is so comprehensive and jam-packed the printing is exceptionally small -- understandably.
So be forewarned -- break out your reading glasses if you expect to read the print in this book!

Though the book is quite comprehensive and it makes an excellent tool and guide in obtaining pricing to your vinyl records, I subtracted one star, giving it a 4-star rating because of its very small print.
Visonima
I Have been reading Mr Osbornes price Guides For Years ,But I Must Say He Must Have Asked Dealers Who Had Stock On A Lot Of These Items..Jerry get Real !! . These Prices Will never Be Realized. A Lot Of Northern Soul at Crazy Prices .. Like Dance Dance Dance by The Casuleers for $700..I will be Happy To Sell You a few For a Third Of That Price There are Way Too many To Mention . In This World Of Vinyl Collecting It seems That There Are No New Collectors To take The Place Of The Old Ones Who have Bought Everything They Need by Now. I Mean How many New Doo Wop Collectors Are There ? I Think Not.Makes it Hard For Dealers Who try To Still Buy Records . When Someone Whips Out The Guide and Then Thinks Your trying To Rob Them..But I guess It Makes the Collector Feel Good To Think He Has Something he Bought On Ebay For $10.00 Worth $200
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Bralore
I'm disappointed with this book for several reasons, first off, you'll notice the tiny tiny print, it is very hard and frustrating to read a lot of this book for a bit of time, second, many many records are missing,also quite a few groups and artists are missing,3rdly it seems quite hastily organized, and can be quite confusing, 4thly there seems to be more emphasis on the labels and the manufacturer than the songs themselves.I realize that there are and were millions of records and songs etc,but there is a significant bunch of major hits and minor ones missing in this guide.Some of the flip side of the big hits is what is given as the value, and not the hit side, I know, because I have a lot of records from years past, as I said , there has to be better guides out there, and of course they probably do cost more.I do not dispute the values given for the records listed, because, as everybody knows, value is a relative term depending on the part of the country, the music that one likes, how much one is willing to pay for something etc.
Neol
The eleventh edition of this same book was more complete as to some pretty famous artists, whereas the eighteenth edition totally eliminated any listing of those artists. Although I'm sure that many more may be missing from this edition, the ones who I noticed were missing were James Gang, Joe Walsh, Poco, Harry Chapin, Seals & Crofts, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Heatwave, Don Henley, and J. Geils Band. Obviously, the author's attention to detail is lacking.
Bukelv
The seller got the book to me in the promised condition and about 2 weeks before the final estimated delivery!
My problem is that the book doesn't contain all the records. I bought several old records and hoped that I would be able to get the values. Quite a few of the older records are not even in there!
Received exactly as advertised, a interesting update to my very used edition (edition eleven 1995). The value of my collection
of vinyl has soared, on some target specific labels. I have been collecting vinyl records since the year 1958, for personal use,
not for sale.
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