Hi I don’t post much - but I do lurk a bit.
I’m looking for some expert advice please.
I’ve been clearing my loft out and came across my old 7” singles (I thought they were long gone!). In amongst the random stuff were my Queen singles - never really had anything of any great value tbh as most of the stuff was picked up at record fairs before I really knew what I was looking for.
However I did buy some new on release and IAHL was one of them. I’ve never played it so when I took it out of the picture sleeve I was surprised to find that the A side has no label. The B side is labelled as normal.
Have I stumbled upon a gem? Or just a SNAFU?
Thanks for your experienced replies.
Thank you - suspected as much but you never know.
On another subject the 1992 Box of Tricks... complete .. was also up there. What sort of value is that?
In he old days of course I’d look at record collector but on eBay the prices seem so variable with a tendency to be inflated.
Box of tricks is a strange one. It depends on condition, as it's so easy damaged and the drawers often come apart (keep it clean, folks :p). It also depends if all the contents are there, and whether the 12" collection is a cassette or a CD. I've seen it sell for £25 in good condition, I've seen it sell for £100. Today's averages are around the £50-60 mark for a mint copy (with CD - about £40 for cassette version).