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Latest Manship auction results?

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You can see them on his site.  Just look at "Ending this week".  Every auction that ended today is visible with final prices and remains visible until next week's auction. 

John Manship also posts the finishing prices to facebook.

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Phew !! £400 for an Eddie Parker, well done that man..............

Sold the first issue last year £100 in mint condition , which i thought was very fair deal.

Even so...................:ohmy:

Yes even so :ohmy:

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Sold the first issue last year £100 in mint condition , which i thought was very fair deal.

Yes even so :ohmy:

I would have thought about £150-ish in today's crazy market, but £400.000 das-a-lotta-monnee......................

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I would have thought about £150-ish in today's crazy market, but £400.000 das-a-lotta-monnee......................

Especially when you consider that a rare white promo of this was going for around that amount not to long ago.....

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I would have thought about £150-ish in today's crazy market, but £400.000 das-a-lotta-monnee......................

New soul boys coming on the scene paying silly money , you can't buy knowledge  Chris , boots , reissues , laptops anything goes down well these days.

I have been on the rare soul scene or northern scene what ever you want call it   these days  for 44 years and its become very commercial in other words its on its arse  musically and financially .

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New soul boys coming on the scene paying silly money , you can't buy knowledge  Chris , boots , reissues , laptops anything goes down well these days.

I have been on the rare soul scene or northern scene what ever you want call it   these days  for 44 years and its become very commercial in other words its on its arse  musically and financially .

Thought that there were many new Pop-Up DJS buying all the well known stuff and playing it, after all the rooms are dark and the punters are dancing so who's going to see if it's an original or not ?

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not any more though Hammie.

Yeah, does'nt time fly when your collecting records.......especially the price of some of 'em

Here's a tip for one I know will soon be silly money...... Billy Sharae - Im Gone - purple spectrum, well it will when JM auctions a 'minter' :wicked:  

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Yeah, does'nt time fly when your collecting records.......especially the price of some of 'em

Here's a tip for one I know will soon be silly money...... Billy Sharae - Im Gone - purple spectrum, well it will when JM auctions a 'minter' :wicked:  

Is anything ever mint on purple Spectrum, there's always label wear/deterioration for a start. 

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There's a new phenomenon sweeping the nation that demands you have to own originals.

It's called "Facebook Willy Waving", look at what I've got, and I am taking Dj bookings now. Must be accompanied with an avatar of you Dj'ing at the 100 club, other venues are available but don't have the large letters in the background to ensure your credibility. 

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Yeah, does'nt time fly when your collecting records.......especially the price of some of 'em

Here's a tip for one I know will soon be silly money...... Billy Sharae - Im Gone - purple spectrum, well it will when JM auctions a 'minter' :wicked:  

That's what happened to Linda Lloyd a few years back a £35 - 40 sound then Ian Levine mentioned it a few time, then it shot up to £150.00 + :ohmy: 

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Well take it with a pinch of salt Ian likes to exaggerate the prices on some well known 45' s.

He recently commented on Falsebook that the Full Speed 45 had been selling for £250 . Not sure why I have one listed @ £20 opening bid . £40 it's fair price , seen it on a delaers lists @ £100  - Why do peeps triple the factor   ... well known DJ  spin etc etc  -   FFS !!

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Is anything ever mint on purple Spectrum, there's always label wear/deterioration for a start. 

I've got a purple scrotum,been kicked in the nads that many times on price.:lol:.

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got wrong record !

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Yeah, does'nt time fly when your collecting records.......especially the price of some of 'em

Here's a tip for one I know will soon be silly money...... Billy Sharae - Im Gone - purple spectrum, well it will when JM auctions a 'minter' :wicked:  

Didn't he auction this in July 2015 and get £190?

https://www.soul-source.co.uk/topic/338002-john-manship-auction-results-1-7-2015/

 

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Am not a record collector, curious as to some o your opinions, are prices more rip off now or has this always been the case 

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Sold the first issue last year £100 in mint condition , which i thought was very fair deal.

Yes even so :ohmy:

You are, of course, spot on...

That's what happened to Linda Lloyd a few years back a £35 - 40 sound then Ian Levine mentioned it a few time, then it shot up to £150.00 + :ohmy: 

What rubbish, I had it before he did, I bought it off Nancy I think, and it was £100 then

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Am not a record collector, curious as to some o your opinions, are prices more rip off now or has this always been the case 

"Rip off" doesn't really come into to it. It's more a question of some people willing to pay a lot more money than say 2/3 years ago. No one forces them to buy at these high prices and you wonder if it will all end in tears ?

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It'll end in tears for some people. I have paid over the odds for a few 45s, but mainly because I really wanted them and was prepared to push the boat out a bit to get them. But to me that's the key - I only buy records I like and will cherish not what's considered to be flavour of the month. I bought stuff to play to the floor in the 80s but soon got fed up just giving the people what they wanted - they should know that isn't good for them!

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