It depends on the condition of the record, and if it's an LP, the cover. As well, it depends on the collectability of the record itself. If you have a question about a particular record, it would be easier to answer. Check out a used record store and ask them what they would pay for "album x". Most 2d hand stores or antique stores are offering vinyl LP's at $1.00 and they aren't selling very fast.
It depends on what it is, and more importantly what condition it is in. You will need to send time researching each title to get an idea of how much various copies might be worth.
There are many music stores where one can purchase old vinyl records. In addition, there are many places online where you can also do this such as eBay and Amazon.
It depends on the exact title, but realistically ... probably not much. A quick eBay search shows several vintage Disneyland records for as little as $3, and I didn't even bother looking past the first page of results.
Trying to find out the worth of your vinyl records can be a tedious task. There are quite a few factors to consider when determining the value of your vinyl record collection such as:The Release DateThe Condition of the Vinyl RecordLimited Release/DiscontinuedSealed or notRare or Bizarre ArtworkPromotional Vinyl RecordsIf you are a beginner, the easiest way to grade the value of your vinyl records is to pick up a copy of the Vinyl Records Price Guide, or to find a local dealer to appraise the record in person.
It could be a lot because it's old and rare or i could a be less because not many have a record player now it's all CD's
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Not much, the old black vinyl albums go quite cheaply!
like around 10-100000
If you purchased the vinyl records and they are yours and you are not going to use them in a public performance or make money out of them, then go for it.
Music Price Guide is a good place to both auction your records and see what they're worth. On Amazon there's a book titled the Goldmine Record Album Price Guide.
The best way to find out how much '78 records would be worth is an auction or even a pawn shop. However, the price would be dependant upon the items' condition.
If you mean 'Beatles' records that is a hard question to answer. It depends which record it is, what label, what's on the label and other things. Most important of all is the condition of the records. Rare or not, if the vinyl & jacket is not in good condition it becomes almost worthless. If you are serious, buy a record guide book because most dealer/collectors will not give you a value. The link below will send you to a series of free-to-read articles and videos that can help you with how to evaluate condition and grade your records. Hope this helps.
Many of the records are valued in price close to $25 each. The amount will vary depending upon the condition of the records.
Absolutely. In fact, even though Elton John is still alive, his oldest records are already worth tons, and if they have been signed, they can be worth hundreds. If he dies, these kinds of records can be worth thousands.
Unless they are extremelly rare, such as it is the only one left , then they will sell for very little
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That is difficult to answer because it usually varies compared to the guide book values. The link below will take you to a series of free-to-read articles and videos for those new to collecting vinyl records. There is good info on the record (internet) market, evaluating condition and grading your records. That is the most important thing collectors look for, condition.
In good condition, a few dollars. As an updated book of records, the old ones are of novelty value only; its the new ones that hold current data.
$1.00-$5.00 should be worth more but not much demand for old records I have a nice copy might be worth more after Willie leaves this world but I would rather have Willie with us forever.
Depends on the artist, condition of record and how many were pressed, and how much people want that partcular record.Goldmine is a good place to check prices of individual records' values: http://www.goldminemag.com
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Take a really old vinyl record that has become brittle and bleached in the sun, such that it is barely holding together. Old music records are very easy to break.
The TEAC GF-350 Turntable / CD-Recorder is great for transferring vinyl to CD format.