Vinyl Records 45 RPM (650) Records

Vinyl Records 45 RPM (650) Records


My collection started in around 1964 and totals around 650 plus 45 RPM records. The photos are a very small portion of the collection, just some samples. Most in very good to excellent and some in almost mint condition. I cannot list or display photos of all the artists but there are many Elvis Presley, including Eps, Beatles, Beach Boys, Dave Clark 5, Bee Gees, Cream, Jimmie Hendrix, Guess Who, Creedence Clearwater, Chicago, Grass Roots, Hollies, Kansas, Bread, The Monkees, Mammas and Pappas, Association, The Doors, Santana, The Rascals, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Steppenwolf, Gary Puckett, Four Seasons, Righteous Brothers, Neil Diamond, Johnny Rivers, Cheap Trick, VanHalen. Crosby Stills and Nash, and many more in first collection. All sleeved, Many in PICTURE SLEEVES.
The second collection is a vast number of top hit records from various Rock groups, male and female artists from the 1970’s – early 1990’s. The majority are in very good to excellent condition. Too many artists to identify.
There is also a number of Country artists from the late 80’ thru the mid 90’s in excellent to like new condition.
Again, all sleeved and many with photo covers.

Price: $450.00
Condition: Used
Location: Green Island, NY, USA

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