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  1. Carolyn Crawford/Mickey Stevenson 6T's 40th anniversary single. Been fetching silly money on Ebay so how does £200 all in sound? Overseas postage will be extra. Paypal as F&F. PM to reserve. Thanks
  2. A few to go. All have clean labels and centres intact unless stated. Please PM to reserve. Payment by Paypal as F&F or add 4%. UK shipping will be registered for anything over £100 in value (£7) and recorded for anything else (£3). Thanks for looking. Jeanie Tracy - Making New Friends b/w Trippin on the Sounds (Brown Door) EX light label wear (see pic) £900 SOLD Guaranteed original of this fantastic double-sider and in really nice shape Mark Loyd - When I'm Gonna Find Her b/w When Evening Falls (Parlophone issue) NM £750 SOLD As close to mint as you could ever get and far harder than the demo methinks Marvin Gaye - Pretty Little Baby b/w Now That You've Won Me (TMG 524) VG+ £55 Light marks to both sides. A side plays near EX but there's a little bit of background especially at the start on the flip - nothing nasty John Edwards - Ain't That Good Enough b/w Loleatta Holloway - This Man's Arms (Kent 6T-11) EX £90 Couple of tiny marks on this 100 Club 16th Anniversary freebie Four Tops - Without The One You Love b/w Love Has Gone (SS371) VG+ 60 A side is pretty much EX, few marks on the flip bring the grade down Solomon Burke - Cry To Me b/w I Almost Lost My Mind (London) VG+ 65 Most would grade this EX, but there are a few light marks so it's been graded cautiously - plays perfect Stevie Lewis - Take Me For A Little While b/w My Whole World Seems To Be Tumbling Down (Mercury stamped Demo) EX £45 Nice UK version and quite rare The O'Jays - The Choice b/w Going Going Gone (Bell Demo) EX £45 Nice track and not often seen on the UK demo Tim Rose - I Got A Loneliness b/w Long Time Man (CBS) NM £45 Near perfect copy with only 1 or 2 plays behind it - you won't find better Jimmy Radcliffe - Long After Tonight Is All Over (SS 374) VG+ £50 Again conservatively graded. Barely visible number "404" in biro on centre of A label
  3. On hold at the moment. Will update if it falls through.
  4. HI, Putting this one up for offers. Not an auction - first offer I like gets it. Please PM - depending on the number of responses, can't promise I'll reply to everyone. Payment will need to be by Paypal as gift or add 4 per cent. Postage will be Special Delivery in the UK or tracked and insured anywhere else. Thanks for looking Kiki Dee - Now The Flowers Cry b/w On A Magic Carpet Ride (Fontana TF 983) Condition is Near Mint with clean labels and centre intact. Comes in a company bag
  6. I (largely) sold up in the early 90s when I went back to college. I'd only been collecting about 10 years, but I had some OK stuff that I could never afford to buy back now (L. Allen, Willie Tee, Terry Callier, Melvin Moore, Barbara Long, Bobby Hutton and so on). Never got more than £100 for any of them, and in some cases a lot less. What irks me more, though, is that I also sold a couple of bulk loads of pressings, Grapevine singles and 80s releases, most of which I had bought from Soul Stop for 50p each, and I sold them for about the same money. While some of these records have gone on to be relatively sought after (Master Force is one that leaps to mind), others have just gotten ridiculously expensive in relation to their rarity. Since when is any UK Grapevine single worth the £50 - £100 that is now routinely being asked for Flame n' King, Lester Tipton, Betty Boo and others? Never mind, buying back the US originals, I can't even afford/bring myself to buy back the Grapevine singles I'd like to own again. Conclusion - don't sell unless you have to, or you are completely sure that you never want to own records again.
  7. Love the description... "This is a reissue... not sure from what year..." Pound to a pinch of s**t it's from this year... probably last week some time...
  8. Funny, no one ever returns a record that's been undergraded... or offers the seller more £! In all seriousness, what the posts in this topic show is that buying records by post can still be largely a game of chance - some you win, some you lose. As a buyer, I've had results on undergraded records and been bitten by overgraders in probably equal measure. As a result, I can't think of more than one occasion when I've felt strongly enough to return a record, because I figure it all evens out in the end.
  9. Another dodgy boot -

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