Downloading is fun and easy. It is perhaps the thing of the future – or present, because everybody is doing it now. But if you are a true music cognoscenti, then, vinyl records are still the best things to collect.
If you used to be a punk in your youth during the 1970s and you have original and complete record of Sex Pistols’ God Save The Queen record, then you could easily be £8,000 richer.
Rock music in the 1960s to the 1970s has increased in value by leaps and bounce, according to music experts. So, if you have a Led Zeppelin or Jimi Hendrix album, then you have a good investment.
Here are the top ten most valuable records:
- That’ll be The Day/In Spite of All The Danger by The Quarryman acetate 1958 copy is worth £200,000.
- That’ll be The Day/In Spite of All The Danger by The Quarryman replica 1981 copy is worth £10,000.
- God Save the Queen by Sex Pistols 1977 acetate copy is worth £10,000.
- God Save the Queen by Sex Pistols 1977 record is worth £8,000.
- Anarchy in the UK/No Fun by Sex Pistols 1977 acetate copy is worth £7,000.
- The Beatles album by The Beatles released in 1968 is worth £7,000.
- Please Please Me by The Beatles in 1963 is worth £5,000.
- Bohemian Rhapsody/ I’m in Love with my Car by Queen in 1978 is worth £5,000.
- Love Me/ PS I Love You by The Beatles in 1962 is worth £5,000.
- Anarchy in the UK by Sex Pistols 1976 acetate copy is worth £5,000.
These are the top albums that would sell for an expensive price. But there are also albums and genres that have lost its value, like pre-Beatles albums won’t sale for a high price anymore.