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45 Records331 of 350Go Ahead - "Make My Day"Paid .50 a piece for these at the local thrift store......not bad
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    Posted 10 years ago

    stonesfan1
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    got these with a bout 30 other old 45 never seen them colored before where these for kids records ????????????????

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    1. Kathy, 10 years ago
      Just happened on your question when looking at this site. The colored records were not just for childrens records. I remember record albums 75 rpm in colors. They were so cool looking, you could see thru them....lots of rock and roll. They were not as common as black vinyl so they always stood out...
    2. crystal , 10 years ago
      I have some old colored records also....was wondering how much they are worth...cant find anything on them....
    3. Eli Cupstid, 10 years ago
      I found about 500 45 records some good ones around 1930's to the 1970's blues and country, but i dont know where to start figuring out what they are worth.
      Any ideas?
    4. packrat-place packrat-place, 9 years ago
      You did not find any "45 records some good ones around 1930's to the 1970's". The first 45 was manufactured RCA in 1949.
      There is no such thing as "record albums 75 rpm in colors"

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