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The Official Price Guide to Records, Edition #17 Paperback – November 9, 2004
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<b>Featuring current prices for more than one million records, this is the only source collectors will need.</b><br>The most up-to-date and accurate price guide to vinyl on the market today, <i>The Official Price Guide to Records, 17th Edition</i> covers every genre of music, including rock & roll, country & western, soul, pop, jazz, blues, easy listening, new wave, punk, alternative, R&B, and more. This guide is packed with valuable information on singles and albums by more than 50,000 artists released since 1902.<br><br>Special sections on:<br>• First pressing identification.<br>• Record grading.<br>• Promotional issues.<br>Tips on:<br>• How to grade a record and cover<i>.<br></i>• How to care for your collection<i>.<br></i>• The best sources for the best record buys<i>.</i>
About the Author
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.
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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.
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.
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!