10. The Supremes: Meet The Supremes LP
- Mighty John tells us Motown is very collectable, and if you find The Supremes’ first album, Meet The Supremes, it can very easily be worth $1,000.
- If you find the mono copy of this album, it can be worth around $2,000.
- The very first 45 these Southern rockers put out was called “Michelle” and just the 45 without the picture sleeve currently goes up to $2,000.
- You do need the picture sleeve for this one. The Beatles’ “Can’t Buy Me Love” goes up to $2,500.
- Look for The Byrds’ 45″ “The Times They Are A Changin’” with the picture sleeve that could score you up to $2,500.
- The Boss’ first 45″ on Columbia Records titled “Spirit In The Night” goes for a whopping $5,000.
- Soundtracks are also prized finds, and if you have the RCA soundtrack from Humphrey Bogart’s 1954 WWII film The Caine Mutiny, it could be worth up to $10,000!
- The King’s very first of two Christmas albums released in 1957 features a specialty red vinyl record and can be worth up to $18,000.
- The 45 with the picture sleeve for The Rolling Stones’ “Street Fighting Man” can be worth up to $18,000.
By Electric Looser