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Mighty John Marshall Counts Down The Top Ten Rolling Stones Vinyl Collectibles

Whenever we want to find out how much a vinyl record is worth, we turn to expert music collector Mighty John Marshall of MoneyMusic.com.

This morning, Mighty John took calls from listeners wanting to know the value of their vinyl record collections. Plus, he counted down the top ten Rolling Stones vinyl collectibles and how much they’re worth today.

Check out the list below to see if you have any hidden treasures in your collection!

10.  1965 London 45: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” with picture sleeve — $350

9. 1967 London LP: “Their Satanic Majesties Request” mono — $400

8. 1964 London LP: “The Rolling Stones” first U.S. album — $400

7. 1964 London 45: “Not Fade Away” with picture sleeve — $500

6. 1965 London 45: “Heart of Stone” with picture sleeve — $600

5. 1978 London 45: “Beast of Burden” with picture sleeve — $3,000

4. 1966 London LP: “Big Hits High Tide and Green Grass” with full title printed on one line on the cover — $7,500

3. 1964 London LP: “12 X 5” blue vinyl — $10,000

2. 1964 London 45: “Stoned” — $12,000

1. 1968 London 45: “Street Fighting Man” with picture sleeve — $18,000

Hear more about these vinyl collectibles in the clip below.

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