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Value of Mislabelled 45s

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Hi.

Is there a 'rule of thumb' on how a wrongly labelled 45 affects it's value?

For example, Soul Brothers Six, 'I'll Be Loving You' is actually labelled as Rascals 'I'm So Happy Now' on Atlantic.

On some indie records, a mislabelling can actually increase value, but I suspect not on northern 45s.

Any thoughts? Cheers in advance.

Dave

 

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Hi.

Is there a 'rule of thumb' on how a wrongly labelled 45 affects it's value?

For example, Soul Brothers Six, 'I'll Be Loving You' is actually labelled as Rascals 'I'm So Happy Now' on Atlantic.

On some indie records, a mislabelling can actually increase value, but I suspect not on northern 45s.

Any thoughts? Cheers in advance.

Dave

 Didn't know that - can you elaborate ?

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Hi

I'm sure the huge majority of (Soul Brothers Six) copies are properly labelled, but this particular copy is mislabelled. In Record Collector, mislabels are often more expensive, but only in relation to 'indie' records. Not seen the issue raised on northern soul records.

Cheers, Dave

 

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