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22 Post subject: 10" Movie Soundtracks early 1950's  PostPosted: Jul 25, 2009 - 03:54 PM
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I collect 10" 33's from the early 50's.
I have come across a few 10" Movie soundtracks:
Words and Music (1950 with Judy Garland / Mickey Rooney) and
So This Is Paris (with Tony Curtis / Gloria De Haven)
Anyone know of any priceguides for this sort of thing ?
 
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Post subject: RE: 10" Movie Soundtracks early 1950  PostPosted: Jul 26, 2009 - 08:19 PM
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You have a couple of keepers with those. Of course, the rest of your collection's probably not full of TUC with them being all 10 inchers.

Very nice records and they're listed in the 4th Edition Goldmine Record Album Price Guide at $50 each. WORDS AND MUSIC is from 1950 on MGM E-505 and SO THIS IS PARIS is a 1955 release on Decca DL 5553. If them's yer recurds, them's sum gud'uns!

You should use price guides with caution since values listed are for RETAIL PRICES of NM records and reflect what reputable dealers expect at the top end for their goods. You can get a better idea of values by researching completed listings on ebay using the Advanced Search.

THanks for posting your question. Great stuff you have there. WOOHOO!

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