34. ABBA, Hova’s Vittne (1981)
Now here is an exceptional record. The promotional copy of this single had only 200 copies and was distributed to those within the record company.
The band is considered among the most commercially successful musical groups of all time. If you have a copy of this record in good condition, it can easily earn you about $3,500.
33. The Quarrymen, That’ll Be the Day (1981)
The diehard fans of The Beatles can recognize the name "Quarrymen" as the first band name the fabulous four decided to take before they became a worldwide sensation.
This single was reprinted by Paul McCartney for his friends and family. It has a lot of value now and if you have it now then you can sell it for around $3,500.
32. David Bowie, Diamond Dogs (1974)
When the label noticed that the back album cover showed the bottom half of a dog (genitals), they got nervous and the offending parts were airbrushed.
However, some enterprising employees made off with the originals. That explains why one copy was sold for $3,500 in 2003. Given that the singer passed away recently, it won't be wrong to say that the rare record can fetch you a lot more money.
31. Cherry Five, Cherry Five (1975)
Most horror movies fans have most definitely heard this band. After the band released this record, they changed their name to Goblin.
The band went on to create the hit soundtracks of Deep Red, Dawn of the Dead, and Suspiria. As their first release is quite rare, it can easily fetch you about $3,500.
30. The Beatles, Abbey Road (1969)
It is no surprise that any rare version of The Beatles would sell at a good price. Abbey Road was the 11th studio album of the legendary band.
It can easily sell for up to $4,000. Check for the gold sticker on the back of the album and consider yourself super lucky if you find it there. Another reason to have this record is that Rolling Stone placed it 14th on their list of the “500 Greatest Records of All Time.”
29. The Thirteenth Floor Elevators, Reverberation (Doubt) (1966)
This record features hit songs, such as “You’re Gonna Miss Me,” “Fire Engine,” and “Tried to Hide.”
If you find this early recording of the band, you can make up to $4000 - depending on if you find a passionate buyer.