Mighty John’s Top 10 Most Valuable Motown Vinyl Collectables

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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!

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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