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JUST GOT MY EDITION 3 BOOK ,OVER 40.000  TITLES BY OVER 12,000 ARTISTS ON 6,000 DIFFERENT LABELS  :huh:   :lol:

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Did you already find some big price jumps in comparison to the old one ? For example king George on RCA :thumbsup: ?

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Did you already find some big price jumps in comparison to the old one ? For example king George on RCA  :thumbsup: ?

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no king george in new book -book 2 it was on cadet :huh:

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JUST GOT MY EDITION 3 BOOK ,OVER 40.000  TITLES BY OVER 12,000 ARTISTS ON 6,000 DIFFERENT LABELS  :lol:   blush.gif

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BIG DEAL. WHO GIVES A S---T ABOUT HIS BOOK-WELL I CERTAINALLY DON'T.

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Mick Smith and his brother after reading their copy of the latest price guide..

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YA-MY COLLECTION'S GONE UP 10 FOLD-WHAT ABOUT YOUR'S PETE. O FORGOT YOU AIN'T GOT ONE.

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Mick Smith and his brother after reading their copy of the latest price guide..

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Surely the one on the right is Kenny Burrell thumbsup.gif

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IS THAT RIGHT-COMING FROM A MAN WHO'S BEEN A DEALER FOR 10 MIN'.

I SEEM TO GET ALONG OK.

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You yourself need to be a collector to be a DJ Mick - otherwise if you weren't DJ-ing I bet you wouldn't have half those records in your collection. Anyway I've been selling and buying with you for about 16 years so whaddya mean 5 minutes?

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Do none of you know who the Chuckle Brothers are????

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Are they the two black guys in the Epitome of Sound ?

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You yourself need to be a collector to be a DJ Mick - otherwise if you weren't DJ-ing I bet you wouldn't have half those records in your collection.  Anyway I've been selling and buying with you for about 16 years so whaddya mean 5 minutes?

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ya- and i've earnt you a lot of money.

still a new kid on the block.

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Trouble is Mick, there are too many people that do - and treat it as a bible, not a guide...

Hippo.

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Your wrong these are the owners of EBAY the real price guide. Long live Supply and demand.

Ed

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Mick Smith and his brother after reading their copy of the latest price guide..

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The one on the left looks like Killer from Stockport.

Now that guy Killer is a real character.

Shane

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Funnily enough he looks like a mate of mine called Killer (Colin) Reed from Congleton (sadly no longer with us) a proper character and complete nutter and great fun to be around. Cor blimey not thought about him in years, brought a little tear to my eye has that

John

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JUST GOT MY EDITION 3 BOOK ,OVER 40.000  TITLES BY OVER 12,000 ARTISTS ON 6,000 DIFFERENT LABELS  :lol:   thumbsup.gif

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Ovenchip must be kicking himself stupid over this guide.Even if he makes £24 profit on each copy, he (and other dealers) must be losing thousands from not being able to pick up records cheap(particularly in the US) and now having to folk out close to "book" prices. How many times have you seen ebay auctions have a starting price the same as in a guide? Dealers are obviously having to pay top dollar for stock nowadays as their starting auction prices are so high, and their stock / set sale stuff has a very low turnover, a £5 record is now £20. It's OK for anyone with a collection amassed over the years because you can just add a 0 or two to the value, but for anyone thinking of starting collecting now, a twenty grand collection is going to consist of half a dozen records all priced at 100 times their true value - yet another obstacle for enticing in "new blood". Also, I'm sure some of the records on dealer's lists who do it for a living are non existent, because even if you went around with a wheel-barrow full of £50 notes you are not going to pick these records up now because collectors remember that they only paid a fiver for a £500 sound, but are gonna have to spend £800 to get it back because that's what it say in the guide!!!

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Thats a good last point. I remember scanning Soul Bowl lists for years to try and have an idea on prices. Then the usual 15 year wilderness period allows you to forget. Now at present, its all hell let loose on prices and this guide gives at least a quick reference point. I did the ebay UJIMA sell at £150 from a £1 Boylans (Conisbrough) buy yonks ago. Only put it up becauase the guide showed about £200. Still kicking myself at letting other go @ 1984 (Miners strike etc) Ringleaders £1, Gloria & Tiaras £5, Ronnie McNeir £20, Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. God bless Manship.

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Thats a good last point. I remember scanning Soul Bowl lists for years to try and have an idea on prices. Then the usual 15 year wilderness period allows you to forget. Now at present, its all hell let loose on prices and this guide gives at least a quick reference point. I did the ebay UJIMA sell at £150 from a £1 Boylans (Conisbrough) buy yonks ago. Only put it up becauase the guide showed about £200. Still kicking myself at letting other go @ 1984 (Miners strike etc) Ringleaders £1, Gloria & Tiaras £5, Ronnie McNeir £20, Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. God bless Manship.

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Aaah, Boylans at Conisbrough. That brings back memories. The never ending bus ride from Sheffield. Used to have some good stuff in tho.

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Yeh why not, God bless Mary Boylan too.

It is rumoured that she kept 1 copy of every NS record she imported.

Now that would be a good collection to get your hands on.

Ed

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Thats a good last point. I remember scanning Soul Bowl lists for years to try and have an idea on prices. Then the usual 15 year wilderness period allows you to forget. Now at present, its all hell let loose on prices and this guide gives at least a quick reference point. I did the ebay UJIMA sell at £150 from a £1 Boylans (Conisbrough) buy yonks ago. Only put it up becauase the guide showed about £200. Still kicking myself at letting other go @ 1984 (Miners strike etc) Ringleaders £1, Gloria & Tiaras £5, Ronnie McNeir £20, Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. God bless Manship.

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GREAT MEMORIES. ALL THOSE LOVELY CHEAP RECORDS THAT ARE WORTH THOUSANDS NOW. I JUST LOVE IT-KEEP THEM PRICES RISING.

ON ANOTHER NOTE-JUST CHECKED OVERCHIPS AUCTION-SAW A RECORD I SOLD TO A GUY SOME WEEKS AGO. NOW I'VE GOT TO BAN HIM FROM BUYING FROM ME. CAN'T HAVE OVERCHIPS GETTIN' ANY OF MY FINDS CAN WE.

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