The 10 Most Expensive Vinyl Records in the Market Today

  • May 29, 2018

As of the last few years (especially with specialty shops like Grey Market popping up in Manila), vinyl records have found new fans in both the younger and older generations. Many people have discovered the joy in collecting and listening to the superior sound quality of this century old technology. Although owning records was the norm back in the day (the 1960s and 1970s was the heyday of vinyl, until the digital technology of the new millennium decreased its popularity), today it known as a mere hobby for a small batch of passionate, niche enthusiasts.

Mr.Gamerz.com has finished a study surveying the most expensive vinyl records on the market today. Check out the list below, because who knows your parents may be hiding a rare Beatles album in the attic, gathering dust despite costing a cool $8,000! For all you intense collectors out there, are you up to the challenge of collecting all of these rare vinyl records?

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God Save the Queen (1977)
God Save the Queen (1977)

God Save the Queen (1977)
$10,578.00

Artist: The Sex Pistols
Genre: Punk Rock
A&M Records – No Sleeve

Please Please Me (1963)
Please Please Me (1963)

Please Please Me (1963)
$8,323.00  

Artist: The Beatles
Genre: Rock and Roll
Parlophone First Pressing

Introducing…The Beatles (1964)
Introducing…The Beatles (1964)

Introducing…The Beatles (1964)
$7,573.27  

Artist: The Beatles
Genre: Rock and Roll
VJ Records Ad Back

Bach / Mozart - Violin Concertos (N:A)
Bach / Mozart – Violin Concertos (N:A)

Bach / Mozart: Violin Concertos (N/A)
$6,148.77  

Artist: Giocondo De Vito / Rafael Kubelik
Genre: Classical
HMV Cream & Gold Dog Label First Pressing

Ram (1971)
Ram (1971)

Ram (1971)
$5,048.84  

Artist: Paul McCartney
Genre: Rock and Roll
Apple

Bellevue / No More (N:A)
Bellevue / No More (N:A)

Bellevue / No More (N/A)
$4,686.30 

Artist: Don Drummond
Genre: Ska

Under the Tree (1971)
Under the Tree (1971)

Under the Tree (1971)
$4,060.23

Artist: Shide and Acorn
Genre: Prog Rock
Solent Records

Station to Station (1976)
Station to Station (1976)

Station to Station (1976)
$3,995.78 

Artist: David Bowie
Genre: Pop Rock
Acetate

Three Parts to My Soul (1971)
Three Parts to My Soul (1971)

Three Parts to My Soul (1971)
$3,936.00 

Artist: Dr. Z
Genre: Prog Rock
Vertigo Swirl Label

Jazz Journey (1961)
Jazz Journey (1961)

Jazz Journey (1961)
$3,771.76 

Artist: Bjarne Rostvold Trio
Genre: Jazz
Hit Records 710 – Mono, First Pressing

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