spzretent wrote:I would check Discogs, Ebay, Popsike etc.
Laz69 wrote:jinspace wrote: I was going to sell, to fund a Pizza Oven
Take Me To The Other Slice
Walking With Cheeses
Taste So Good
I'll get me coat... ----->
olan wrote:The highest price this has achieved on Discogs was £40.06 or roughly $50. That basically values the signatures at $300 . I've never sold a record in my life, but if somebody offered me 7 times the market value of one of my records, I might well think about it, autographs or no autographs. Given that Pete and Jason are very, very generous and basically sign everything put in front of them, the rarer signatures are those of Pete Bain and Rosco (or whoever else was playing bass and drums at the time) which can't have much value really. If you really want to commoditise art then not taking the $350 seems like a mistake to me.
FWIW, it is often quite hard to find a copy of some of the rarer EAR or Spectrum releases that Pete hasn't signed .
davedecay wrote:Some don't attach much value to autographs, especially if they can't be authenticated beyond doubt.
Some even prefer their sleeves 'unmolested' as it were.
Personally, I would not pay more for an autographed record. I know I'm not typical in that regard. Any autographs I have, I got on my own in person.
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