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You may already have/know it, but theres a tidy thing by Fenton Robinson on this label called 'I Believe' thats semi tough (but not expensive) and is r&b to nut walls to, its excellent......(and better than 'Empty Bottles' imho)

And I have one in my sales box at something like £25...

I'll be taking my boxes down to H.A.N in September.

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£150 tops I.M.O. for the Little Oscar (John Manships books it at £250)

£30 for the Fenton Robinson (JM @ £50)

I`ll have a LO,for that to sell on :D £150 that is :P

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Ken,

Contact ebay seller skitskatskooter - he had one in his shop in Johnstown for $300 (i turned him down as there wasn't room for profit at that price), can't imagine anyone will have bought it....

Cheers.

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I'd say this was about right for a decent copy.

Got mine off Mark Bicknell for about £100 if I remember correctly.

You did Mace, then i got JM new book and thought bugger books at £250.00 but as we discussed when doing the deal £100.00 was about right for both of us, you got the record i was happy it went to a mate job done, not a bad price for a record i picked up in Chicago years ago for a couple of Bucks which pretty much sat on one of the shelves for years...lol sorry just trying to justify the sale and losing out on £150.00 lol only joking, it might book at £250.00 but as JM and others have stated these price guides are simply that a guide, swings and slides and all that....Mace be affraid be very affraid...lol I used the money from selling this to Mace to secure a demo of The Continental Showstoppers - 'I'm Not Too Young' which is a record I play and the Little Oscar I did not, so like i say swings and slides.

Regards - Mark Bicknell.

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You did Mace, then i got JM new book and thought bugger books at £250.00 but as we discussed when doing the deal £100.00 was about right for both of us, you got the record i was happy it went to a mate job done, not a bad price for a record i picked up in Chicago years ago for a couple of Bucks which pretty much sat on one of the shelves for years...lol sorry just trying to justify the sale and losing out on £150.00 lol only joking, it might book at £250.00 but as JM and others have stated these price guides are simply that a guide, swings and slides and all that....Mace be affraid be very affraid...lol I used the money from selling this to Mace to secure a demo of The Continental Showstoppers - 'I'm Not Too Young' which is a record I play and the Little Oscar I did not, so like i say swings and slides.

Regards - Mark Bicknell.

To be honest Mark, (and as Joe said), £250 value is way too high IMO.

Proof of pudding is that your Little Oscar is still in my collection (as is your Nat Hall), at a price we were both happy with.....if I had sold the bugger for £200 you would certainly be justified in worrying about losing any coin on it.

I definately wasn't willing to pay any higher, and I bet a pound to a penny you had no other higher offers for it when you listed it for sale on here.

In which case, perhaps I paid too much? :lol:

A record is only worth what the highest bidder is willing to pay at the end of the day.

Has anyone actually bought or sold Little Oscar above the £150 mark?

I personally doubt it, but I have been wrong before....

Only the once mind...... laugh.gif

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To be honest Mark, (and as Joe said), £250 value is way too high IMO.

Proof of pudding is that your Little Oscar is still in my collection (as is your Nat Hall), at a price we were both happy with.....if I had sold the bugger for £200 you would certainly be justified in worrying about losing any coin on it.

I definately wasn't willing to pay any higher, and I bet a pound to a penny you had no other higher offers for it when you listed it for sale on here.

In which case, perhaps I paid too much? :lol:

A record is only worth what the highest bidder is willing to pay at the end of the day.

Has anyone actually bought or sold Little Oscar above the £150 mark?

I personally doubt it, but I have been wrong before....

Only the once mind...... laugh.gif

Don't think i listed it on here mate private sale between two mates lol, you was happy i was happy as i said job done, not worried about losing any coin on it mate as i made about £98.00 on it lol record collecting don't you just love it!!!! Once you sell a record that's it gone move on to the next one or deal, pay your money and take a chance, like you said Mace we are always happy when we do a deal so no problem from this end....just give me the fifty quid when you sell it....lol

Regards - Mark Bicknell.

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Don't think i listed it on here mate private sale between two mates lol, you was happy i was happy as i said job done, not worried about losing any coin on it mate as i made about £98.00 on it lol record collecting don't you just love it!!!! Once you sell a record that's it gone move on to the next one or deal, pay your money and take a chance, like you said Mace we are always happy when we do a deal so no problem from this end....just give me the fifty pence when you sell it....lol

Regards - Mark Bicknell.

Hi mate - thought you posted it up on here....probably to ask value and we did deal through I.M?

Anyway, as you requested, you can have an extra 50 pence if I ever decide to sell it :thumbsup::thumbsup:

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