Just Arrived: Over 400 vintage Rare 7 inch 45s Singles

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Just Arrived: Over 400 vintage 7” Sihttps://www.yourtowntube.com/video/13066/mrs-g-appliances-mission-statementngles! 7” singles, 45’s, are not typically a specialty of ours. We do enjoy them, and buy and sell several thousand a year, but they’ve been normally a niche category for us. However, every now an exciting collection walks in, and we have just purchased one of those! This collection comes from a gentleman who worked for 40 years at an NYC radio station, and the titles are mostly from the mid 50’s through the late 60’s. Around 80% are white label promos/sample copies and many have company sleeves. Genres include Sweet and Northern Soul, Rockabilly, Doo-Wop, and Vocal Pop. They are, almost without exception, in excellent condition, with many appearing unplayed. The majority are priced from $1.00 to $6.99, but there are also 60 or so at $20+ going up to $500 for the rarest. We have tried to be very fair and are considerably lower that current market value for these titles. Some of the highlights include: Glen Glenn “Everybody’s Movin’” b/w “I’m Glad My Baby’s Gone” ERA 1061, white DJ label, in company sleeve, $499.99 Rose Valentine “When the Heartache Ends” b/w “I’ve Gotta Know Right Now” RCA 47-9276, white DJ label, in company sleeve, $79.99 Maureen Evans “Never Let Him Go” b/w “Poco Sole” Columbia 4-43354, white DJ label, $99.99 Dean Courtney “Betcha Can’t Change My Mind” b/w “(Love) You Can’t Walk Away” MGM K13776, DJ label, $199.99 Green Slime “The Green Slime” b/w “Far Beyond the Stars” MGM K-14052, DJ label, $119.99 Again, please note that these records are sold first come, first served. Many of these titles are in very high demand, so to be as fair as we can to everyone, please do not call us to ask to put any on hold. Princeton Record Exchange 20 S. Tulane St. Princeton, NJ 08542

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