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hi all, values please for a few w/demos, not selling just interested :thumbsup:

thelma lindsey - prepared to love you - magic city

the spiedels - dream girl - providence

george wydell - from out of nowhere - tangerine

jerry jackson - its rough out there - parkway

turley richards - i feel all right - columbia

liz verdi - think it over - columbia

thanks in advance

russ

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the spiedels - dream girl - providence

Soiedels just gone on ebay (vinyl) for £304 only in VG condition, but looks better than that

Would say about £300-350 for a vinyl one in mint condition is about right, they pop up every now and then but not offten

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hi all, values please for a few w/demos, not selling just interested :thumbsup:

thelma lindsey - prepared to love you - magic city

the spiedels - dream girl - providence

george wydell - from out of nowhere - tangerine

jerry jackson - its rough out there - parkway

turley richards - i feel all right - columbia

liz verdi - think it over - columbia

thanks in advance

russ

Valuations depend on which individuals you talk to regarding W/D , and , of course , a certain publication . The last Jerry Jackson I knew of on a W/D went for £ 130.00 .

I have recently seen " Don't Bring Me Down " - Rita DaCosta on a Mohawk W/D with a price tag of £ 750.00 ......

Malc Burton

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Would have thought about £350 to £400 for a Thelma Lindsey w/d but don't the issue look a lot better & about 1/2 the price as well.

Sure i saw a thread on here a while back about it.

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Soiedels just gone on ebay (vinyl) for £304 only in VG condition, but looks better than that

Would say about £300-350 for a vinyl one in mint condition is about right, they pop up every now and then but not offten

Bloody hell! thought they were all styrene. Gonna have to change mine for a vinyl one now. :thumbsup:

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Would have thought about £350 to £400 for a Thelma Lindsey w/d but don't the issue look a lot better & about 1/2 the price as well.

Sure i saw a thread on here a while back about it.

The Thelma Lindsey Thread

https://www.soul-source.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=34102

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STILL COLLECTING - Dancing's Restricted, ..FORTUNATELY

Regards Roger

Valuations depend on which individuals you talk to regarding W/D , and , of course , a certain publication . The last Jerry Jackson I knew of on a W/D went for £ 130.00 .

I have recently seen " Don't Bring Me Down " - Rita DaCosta on a Mohawk W/D with a price tag of £ 750.00 ......

Malc Burton

Obviously PANDORA is the Rarest and commands a High price tag.

Out of Interest Which is rarer Mohawk DEMO -

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I bought the Coloured first and then the White,

Obviously NOT priced at £750 - Just curious, which is the rarer.

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Bloody hell! thought they were all styrene. Gonna have to change mine for a vinyl one now. :thumbsup:

Yep lables look slightly differnt too styrene is west coast,

Heres a scan of the vinyl one if you look differnt font from the styrene one, i've actually seen more vinyl ones for sale lately though....

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The Thelma Lindsey Thread

https://www.soul-source.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=34102

Magic_City_MC-006-DJ.jpgMagic_City_MC-006.jpg

tada.gifgirl7.gifDisco_guy.gifWoman_dances.gif

STILL COLLECTING - Dancing's Restricted, ..FORTUNATELY

Regards Roger

Obviously PANDORA is the Rarest and commands a High price tag.

Out of Interest Which is rarer Mohawk DEMO -

Mohawk_45-703b_WDJ.jpgMohawk_45-703b_DJ.jpg

I bought the Coloured first and then the White,

Obviously NOT priced at £750 - Just curious, which is the rarer.

Never trusted the white demo's as i've seen a sealed box of 100 at the time (wigan)

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Never trusted the white demo's as i've seen a sealed box of 100 at the time (wigan)

Hi

Mmm .... Interesting

I wonder if anyone can shed any light on this.

Mohawk_45-703b_DJ.jpgMohawk_45-703b_WDJ.jpg

I must admit, I thought that possibly, I had seen more White DEMO's than Coloured DEMO's over thr years.

Closer inspection of the Deadwax Information

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The Coloured DEMO is a Styrene Monarch, with a Stamped Matrix & Delta Number

(A Side 75782 - B Side 75782-X)

There is also "SELECT SOUND" Stamped both sides

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The White DEMO is on Vinyl, the "NO! NO! NO!" side and has "SELECT SOUND" Stamped in.

The other Deadwax Marks are very Similar at first glance to the coloured, but NOT absolutely Identical when studied closely.

The "Don't Bring Me Down" Side doesn't have the "SELECT SOUND" Stamp and the Deadwax is different.

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Because of the Source of the record and the "SELECT SOUND" Stamp on the A' Side, I am happy that the White DEMO is genuine.

However, it just highlights the Minefield of collecting. It is strange to hear of the sealed box of 100? - It would be interesting to know if these were "SELECT SOUND" Stamped?

It leaves me to wonder if the White DEMO is a Later Issue or just a different pressing plant - The box of 100 does sound suspicious, or a very lucky find by someone.

Anyone know?

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