January 2011
Rockin' Records;2011, p7
The article offers information on collectible music records including pricing, arrangement of listings and grading. It is said that the pricing of collectible records vary depending on the area and price tracking factors that may help such as sales catalogs and auction results lists. Types of record grading based on its condition whether it is in mint or poor condition is discussed.


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