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Mighty John’s Top 10 Most Valuable Motown Vinyl Collectables

Your record collection is worth taking another look, because you never know when you could be sitting on a goldmine!

Mighty John Marshall of MoneyMusic.com is back to give us his countdown of the most valuable Motown vinyl records. Chances are, you might even already own one of these records!

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Mighty John’s Top 10 Most Valuable Motown Vinyl Collectables:

#10. 1965 Gordy 45- Temptations – “My Girl” with picture sleeve — $100.00

#9. 1962 Motown 45- Mary Wells – “You Beat Me To the Punch” with picture sleeve — $150.00

#8. 1969 Rare Earth LP- Rare Earth – “Get Ready” with rounded top cover — $250.00

#7. 1962 Gordy LP- The Contours – “Do You Love Me” — $300.00

#6. 1963 Tamla LP- Stevie Wonder – “The Jazz Soul of Stevie” — $400.00

#5. 1963 Gordy LP- Martha & Vandellas – “Come and Get These Memories” — $500.00

#4. 1962 Tamla LP- Marvelettes – “Sing Smash Hits of 1962” — $1,000.00

#3. 1963 Motown LP- Supremes – “Meet the Supremes” cover pictures each member sitting on a stool — $1,000.00

#2. 1959 Motown 45- Smokey Robinson & Miracles – “Bad Girl” — $2,000.00

#1. 1966 Soul 45- Frank Wilson – “Do I Love You (deed I do)” — $40,000.00

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