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Some records released at the 78 rounds per minute speed include "All Shook Up" by Elvis Presley, "M&O Blues" by Willie Brown and "Quite a Party" by The Fireballs. While not all 78 RPM records are valuable, some collector... More »

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One way to get an idea of the value of old 78 Victor records is to use a price guide, such as the American Premium Record Guide by Les Docks. However, even the most comprehensive price guides only have information about ... More »

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To play a 78 record, one needs a turntable with a variable speed lever, or a vintage turntable designed to play only at 78 revolutions per minute. The 78 was an audio recording format that was popular from the late 19th ... More »

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While vinyl records that spin at 78 revolutions per minute stopped being made in 1960, enough of them still exist that they are too common to be worth much. In particular, 78 rpm records featuring big band music, opera, ... More »

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As of 2014, Elvis Presley trading cards have a value range of a few dollars per set up to over $1,000 for a rare mint-condition card. The most valuable Elvis Presley cards appear in the 1956 Topps set, which is the first... More »

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Some of the most valuable Elvis Presley collectibles include a Hamilton watch with a 14-karat gold frame, a white collar shirt worn by Presley, his gold leaf piano and an empty prescription pill bottle. Hard Rock Interna... More »

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As of 2014, collectible Elvis Presley liquor decanters have an average value of between $50 and $100, depending on condition. A set of four Elvis liquor bottles may be worth around $400. Elvis decanters with the original... More »

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