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WOL—How much should it affect value? Leroy Taylor

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How much should this degree of Writing on Label affect the value of this particular 45.

It's an unplayed copy of Leroy Taylor "Oh Linda" on a Brunswick yellow DJ copy. The vinyl is completely flawless but the marker on the Oh Linda side obscures the catalogue number. 

What is a fair, up to date value for this copy? Thanks in advance for any input.

 

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Edited by garethx

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Price for this copy £70 to £80 in my opinion.

It's not too bad and most collectors could live with it. 

 It could be worse, it could say somebody's name!  

Excellent tune, I have always liked it.

 

 

Edited by solidsoul

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I don't mind a little DJ Grafitti if it appears to be from the period of release.

Somebody's name would somehow be worse.

It is a personal thing and so nice to get clean labels but it isn't too bad as marks go.

 

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6 hours ago, garethx said:

How much should this degree of Writing on Label affect the value of this particular 45.

It's an unplayed copy of Leroy Taylor "Oh Linda" on a Brunswick yellow DJ copy. The vinyl is completely flawless but the marker on the Oh Linda side obscures the catalogue number. 

What is a fair, up to date value for this copy? Thanks in advance for any input.

 

Leroy 01.jpeg

Hi gareth...i'm 100% sure this was once my record!...i think i got it off Pat Brady one night at the infamous Carlton Club in Normanton...can't remember what i paid at the time or what i sold it for...but like i say 100% sure i was one of its previous owners...

Dave L

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absolute beautiful track.. got that certain... "Smile"!  and that SAX break!!!  :-)))

worth 70-100, paid £70 for a mint issue,  love Brunswick demos and Issues, they just feel good dont they...

Edited by Mal C

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What if the writing on the label is someone's autograph? My copy of Is This the Way to Treat a Girl by the Hesitations has their signatures on it (albeit the current group, which features one original member), and I also have a Dan Penn single on Atlantic autographed by the man himself and a copy of Robert Knight's Everlasting Love signed by the song's co-writer Buzz Cason.

Best,

Mark

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