- Weave DYLAN/THE FREEWHEELIN’ BOB DYLAN (1963)
Dylan’s subsequent collection changed somewhat not long before it should be discharged in 1963, and those track changes can mean a distinction of a huge number of dollars if your duplicate falls on the correct side of the fence. As per Record Mecca, four tunes were supplanted with recently recorded tracks, yet by one way or another, somebody at the squeezing plant utilized the old form rather than the new bosses to press an obscure number of collections. Since the collection’s discharge, just a couple sound system duplicates of the slip-up pressings have surfaced, and under two dozen of the mono duplicates are known to exist. Thought to be one of the most important records on the planet, a mint duplicate of the previous once sold for $35,000.
- THE BEATLES/THE BEATLES (WHITE ALBUM) (1968)
The Beatles’ self-named twofold collection (which later got known as the White Album) initially discharged in 1968, yet not all duplicates were made equivalent. The individuals from the band and administrators at the studio were given duplicates stepped with sequential numbers that started with A00000, each in back to back request (A000001, A000002, and so forth.). The absolute first duplicate, which Clifford J. Yamasaki of Let It Be Records bought from an official at Capitol Records during the 1970s, sold in 2013 for $35,000, a year after the duplicate with sequential number A0000023 sold at closeout for $13,750. The chances that you once possessed a duplicate of the collection that had a low sequential number are probably nothing, yet not feasible.
- DAVID BOWIE/DIAMOND DOGS (1974)
- SEX PISTOLS/”GOD SAVE THE QUEEN”/”NO FEELINGS” 7-INCH (1977)
Supposedly, English underground rock band the Sex Pistols were marked toward the beginning of March 1977 by A&M Records, and afterward broadly dropped from the name just six days after the fact in light of their conduct. At the point when it chose to cut binds with the band, the record organization had just squeezed 25,000 duplicates of their single “God Save the Queen.” The request was given for the records to be devastated, however in the course of recent years, nine duplicates have surfaced and have sold for upward of $8600. Nobody realizes what number of duplicates are still unaccounted for, yet somebody doubtlessly must be fortunate number 10.
- HANK MOBLEY/BLUE NOTE 1568 (1957)
Somewhere in the range of 300 and 1000 duplicates of this jazz record were discharged in 1957, and there is one little change that makes them more significant than different records from the mark. As per The Vinyl Factory, the talk is that Blue Note came up short on marks part of the way through the principal squeezing of the collection. The standard location for the record name is 47 West 63rd NYC, however a portion of the records have names that state 47 West 63rd New York 23 on one side. There is some discussion about the worth however, as one record that didn’t have the extraordinary name despite everything sold for over $10,000 on eBay.
- THE BEATLES/PLEASE ME (1963)
- THE BEATLES/YESTERDAY AND TODAY (1966)
- BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN/”Soul IN THE NIGHT” 7-INCH (1973)
- THE ROLLING STONES/”Road FIGHTING MAN”/”NO EXPECTATION” (1968)
- NIRVANA/BLEACH RE-RELEASE (1992)