Horace Silver, The Tokyo Blues, Blue Note 84110. This looks to be an original stereo pressing with the New York USA labels and the Van Gelder stamp in the deadwax. The record and cover are rated as M- condition and the price is up around $120 with another day to go. Seems like some of the Blue Note stereos are starting to command higher prices than they did even a couple of years ago, no?
Here’s another Blue Note from the same time frame: Ike Quebec, It Might As Well Be Spring, Blue Note 4105. This is an original mono pressing and it is also in M- condition for both the record and the cover. This one is in the $135 range now but still has four days to go.
If you’re looking to fill in some 10-inch Blue Notes, check out the listings from this seller, including:
The Amazing Bud Powell, Blue Note 5003. This is an original 10-inch pressing that looks to be in VG+ or VG++ condition for the record and probably about VG+ for the cover. The start price is about $100 and there are six days to go. Also, Clifford Brown Quartet, Blue Note 5047. This one looks to be M- for the vinyl and probably VG++ for the cover. The price is around $100, there is a bidder, and there are also six days before the auction closes.