Mobley LP Sets High For Jazz Collector Price Guide

We’ve been tracking jazz records on eBay for about five years and have built a database of more than 4,000 records. We don’t claim to have captured the sale of every high-priced record on eBay, but we’ve gotten more than our fair share. And, today, we will be entering into the Jazz Collector Price Guide, the highest-priced jazz vinyl we’ve recorded to date, and that is this: Hank Mobley, Blue Note 1568. This was an original U.S. pressing and it was listed in M- condition for both the record and the cover. It sold for $3,805. The previous highest price that we had recorded was for a copy of Sonny Clark, Cool Struttin, Blue Note 1588, which sold for $3,750. It is noteworthy that the Mobley record was sold by the seller Nautiluso, who had that massive collection of about 75 vintage jazz records that were all listed in pristine condition and which generated a little bit of skepticism within the Jazz Collector universe. We’ll continue to keep an eye out for comments on these auctions and we’ll continue to encourage winning bidders to let us know about the condition of their LPs. In addition

we’ll post a few more of the $1,000 items on this site a little bit later today and we will be adding a bunch more to the Jazz Collector Price Guide. Here’s one more from the same seller: Tina Brooks, True Blue, Blue Note 4041. This was also an original pressing and it was also in pristine M- condition for both the record and the cover. It sold for $3,249.99.

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  • $3,750 is more money than the band and Rudy got paid, and what Blue Note probably spent on the pressings.

    Hope this seller checks out for these buyers.

    I’d be hard pressed to send that much money anyway, other than in person while looking at the goods.

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