On the heels of the news that Antiques Roadshow is coming to Akron this summer, perhaps you have a vinyl gem in your possession right now. And maybe you'd like to part with it for a nice sum. Here are the top 3 money-garnering albums.
The Beatles White Album:
There were only 600,000 copies of the album, all numbered in sequential order. The one numbered No.0000001 went for $790,000. Of course, it belonged to Ringo Starr originally... but who knows what your copy might get you.
Elvis Presley My Happiness:
One copy sold for $300,000. It was the first recording Elvis ever made. It was a live demo record that he made for his mother. Back-in-the-day, you could walk into Sun Studio in Memphis and pay to make your own record. Is that kinda like making your own tape in that booth at Geauga Lake?
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band:
A copy of this album, signed by all the members of the band, sold for $290,000. Someone from the Midwest dropped the cash for that one. Was it you?
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