10 Most Expensive Vinyl Records Ever Sold

The Beatles - Yesterday and Today (1966): A rare "Butcher Cover" version sold for $125,000.


The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967): The mono version fetched $290,500 in a private sale.

Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963): A copy with four withdrawn tracks sold for $35,000.

Elvis Presley - My Happiness (1953): The only known acetate copy sold for $300,000.

Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) (1965): One of Motown's rarest records sold for over $37,000.

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Sex Pistols - God Save the Queen (1977): A rare acetate pressing sold for £12,000 (approximately $16,700).

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The Velvet Underground & Nico - The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967): An acetate copy sold for $25,200.

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Wu-Tang Clan - Once Upon a Time in Shaolin (2015): A single copy sold for $2 million.

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David Bowie - Diamond Dogs (1974): A misprint with the cover intended for another album sold for $6,826.

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The Quarrymen - That'll Be the Day/In Spite of All the Danger (1958): The only copy owned by Paul McCartney sold for £90,900 (approximately $125,000).

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