We hold three Vinyl record auctions each year and accept entries Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and selected Saturday mornings by appointment.
Items of interest to our specialists include:
Classic LPs, 7" singles and 12" singles, from the 1960's, 70's and 80's, including Rock & Pop, Northern Soul, Jazz, Punk, Folk, Blues, Soul, Funk and Reggae.
We sell to vinyl collectors, enthusiasts and dealers across the globe. Live bidding, targeted marketing and dedicated mailing lists ensures that we achieve the highest possible prices at our Music auctions.
Our specialists offer free, personal and friendly pre-sale valuation advice for vinyl records, either at our offices, by email or by arranging a home visit. For higher value vinyl collections we travel throughout the UK.
Single objects through to whole collections welcome.
Approximately forty rock and blues records, artists to include: Gary Moore; Plainsong; Queen; Eddie and the Hotrods; and Free, sold for £350.
Paul McCartney: a signed copy of 'Pipes Of Peace', inscribed 'All the best! Paul McCartney', the parlophone stereo 33 1/3 record with original inner sleeve, sold for £450.
A rare acetate recording of the Kon Tors, recorded at Mortonsound Studios, Newcastle, in original sleeve, sold for £320.
George Harrison: LP album ''All Things Must Pass'', containing three LP records in original brown sleeves, the box with inscription inside box cover ''Many thanks to all my friends who helped me on the set of three LP's, George Harrison, Dec. 1970''. Sold for £280.
Auction is always the best way to realise the true value of your vintage vinyl. All of our auctions offer live online bidding which, together with our extensive worldwide database of collectors, dealers and enthusiasts, ensures that your vinyl records have every opportunity to obtain the best possible price. We act as your agent at all times and are here to maximise your return, for which we take a fixed percentage commission.
Please be wary of firms that recommend that you don't sell at auction, but instead, steer you towards selling privately, for a fixed price, to their 'awaiting buyers/collector's'. They themselves are often the ones actually buying the items from you, at a less than generous price, to sell on for a large profit.