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We will travel to the below County Armagh Towns and County Armagh boroughs to buy your Rare Records, CD's and Pop Memorabilia in County Armagh

Here are just a few examples of what we buy :

Records – vinyl LPs, 7-inch & 12-inch singles, EPs, 33 RPM, 45 RPM, Picture Discs, Coloured Vinyls, Test Pressings, Acetates, Demos and Promo/Promotional Items Compact Discs – CD Singles, CD/DVD singles, Limited Editions, 3” CD singles, Boxed Sets, 33 1/3 RPM, 78 RPM

Pop Memorabilia – Autographs, Guitars, Picks, Display Items, Photographs, Sheet Music, Vintage Clothing, handwritten lyrics, set lists, tour itinerary, stage props & costumes, paper goods, paintings, sketches, art, concert programmes, concert posters, tickets & stubbs, press kits, photographs, scrap books, Genesis Publications, Osiris, Hapshash & the Coloured Coat, Michael English, Ringo Or Robin, ROR, Apple Boutique items and anything interesting, unusual or downright weird.

Gold, Silver & Platinum Record Awards – Certified BPI, RIAA, IFPI or SNEP, authentic in-house variants, Grammy, Ivor Novello, ASCAP, publishing, plaques, shields, trophies, certificates & citations

Original 60s & 70s vinyl record pressings by The Beatles, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Marc Bolan / T-Rex, David Bowie, Eric Clapton / Cream, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, Fleetwood Mac, Genesis, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen, Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Velvet Underground, The Who, Neil Young, Frank Zappa and thousands more always required.

Jazz vinyl LPs by Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Dave Brubeck, Paul Gonsalves, Herbie Hancock, Art Pepper, Tina Brooks, Thelonious Monk, Jackie McLean, Shelly Manne, Sonny Clark, Cannonball Adderley, Sonny Stitt, Zoot Simms, Kenny Drew, Duke Pearson, Dexter Gordon, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Don Ellis, Lennie Niehaus, Kenny Clarke, Francy Boland, Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley, Horace Silver

British Jazz vinyl LPs by Neil Ardley, Gordon Beck, Bill le Sage, Ronnie Ross, Ian Carr, Jeff Clyne, Tony Coe, Mike Cotton, Michael Garrick, Michael Gibbs, Joe Harriott, John Mayer, Tubby Hayes, Allan Holdsworth, John McLaughlin, Harold McNair, Dudley Moore, Dick Morrissey, Mike Osborne, Stan Tracey, Tony Oxley, Don Rendell, Ronnie Scott, Victor Feldman, John Surman, Keith Tippett, Julie Tippett, Mike Westbrook

Pop record collections by Abba, Kate Bush, Mariah Carey, Duran Duran, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Pet Shop Boys, Spice Girls, U2

Punk, New Wave & Alternative collections by Blur, The Clash, The Cure, The Damned, Depeche Mode, The Jam / Paul Weller, Japan, David Sylvian, Joy Division, New Order, Nirvana, Oasis, Ramones, Sex Pistols, Siouxsie & The Banshees, The Smiths, Morrissey, U2, Bono, The Edge, XTC

Rock & Metal collections by AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Bon Jovi, Deep Purple, Hawkwind, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Motorhead, Rush, ZZ Top

Genres - 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, Pop, Beat, Rock, Progressive, Psychedelic, Freakbeat, Krautrock, Heavy Metal, Indie, Jazz (modern, be-bop, avant garde, Britjazz), Funk, Fusion, Blues, Soul, R&B, Punk, New Wave, Mod, 2-Tone, Ska, Reggae, Folk, Italo Disco, Library, Motown.

Labels - 4AD, A&M, ABC, Ace, Apple, Argo, Arista, Atco, Atlantic, Audio Lab, BBC, Bell, Bethlehem, Blue Horizon, Blue Note, Bronze, Brunswick, Buddah, Cadet, Capitol, Carnaby, Casablanca, CBS, Charisma, Chess, Chrysalis, Columbia, Contemporary, Coral, Cotillon, Dandelion, Dark Horse, Dawn, Decca, Deram, Disneyland, Dot, Dunhill, Elektra, Emarcy, Ember, EMI, Epic, Factory, Fantasy, Fontana, Geffen, Gordy, Harmony, Harvest, HMV, Immediate, Impulse!, Island, Kama Sutra, KPM, Liberty, London, Mainstream, Marmelade, MCA, Mercury, MGM, Monument, Motown, Neon, Odeon, Page One, Paramount, Parlophone, Philips, Planet, Polydor, Portrait, Prestige, Pye, Rare Earth, RCA, Regal Zonophone, Reprise, Ring O’, Riverside, Rolling Stone, Roulette, Savoy, Sire, Spark, Stax, Straight, Sue, Sun, Swan, Tamla, Threshold, Transatlantic, Tollie, Tower, Track, United Artists, Universal, Vanguard, Vee Jay, Vertigo swirl, Vertigo spaceship, Verve, Virgin, Volt, Warner, ZTT & etc. If we missed some, we probably need those too.

Swap your records for store credit.

Top Prices paid for MINT condition originals !


Our experienced team of buyers has been sourcing records, CDs and music memorabilia collections for over 25 years - we like to keep things simple. We’re keen to purchase your quality collectables or second-hand vinyl records and CD's wherever you may be.

We will be pleased to quote for your mint condition items and we love to buy complete collections.

Sell to us with complete confidence and safety - we even refund your postage. If you have a large or valuable collection we can arrange to visit you.

No fees, no negative feedback, no excuses, no fuss. We buy outright and pay immediately.

We are a better than a County Armagh high street record shop, independent record shop, record fair or any other place to sell your records in a Market, Town Centre or County Armagh Shopping Centre, Center or Mall and we will pay more than a County Armagh HMV, Our Price, Zavvi, Fopp, Virgin or Rough Trade shop. We buy unwanted Christmas / Xmas / Birthday gifts & presents from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and 2010s.

We are the world leader of online sellers & record dealers so make money and cash in on a collectable or blue chip record which has gathered dust for years

We also buy Records and CD collections in house clearances and from dead or deceased relatives in the North, South, East and West of County Armagh

Our UK office is located in Kent although we travel worldwide. We have international offices located in Las Vegas USA, and Hiroshima City, Japan. We travel extensively to buy rare items and large collections.

Call us first on the numbers below if you have a collection to sell, or e-mail a detailed description of the items you have. Don’t delay… you may be surprised at what your records are worth!


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Call FREE in the UK 0800 345 7551 | From outside the UK +44 (0)1474 815099

Contact our buyers direct on the following numbers:

Syd Franklin | UK +44(0)1474 816047
Queen, 70's Rock, any other Rock and Jethro Tull a speciality.

Mark Evetts | UK +44(0)1474 816064
Hendrix, Who, Queen, 70s, 80s, 90s Pop, Rock, Indie, Alternative, Metal, Punk, New Wave & Football expert.

Richard Austin | UK +44 (0)1474 816052
Our resident hippy - Art Pepper to Frank Zappa, via Tori Amos & Hawkwind.

Julian Thomas | UK +44 (0)1474 816069
60s & 70s, Beatles, Stones, Zep, Jazz vinyl collections - British, Modern & Avant Garde.

Rich Wilson | UK +44 (0)1474 816059
Jazz, Funk, Disco - strange & unusual preferred.

In Japan you can contact:
Yashuhiko Yashiki Tel / Fax - 0081-82-245-8830
email - Yashiki

Our postal address is:

991 Buyers
The Nine Nine One Building
Railway Sidings
Kent DA13 0YS


We will travel to the following County Armagh Towns and County Armagh boroughs to buy your Rare Records, CD's and Pop Memorabilia in County Armagh

Acton, Allistragh, Ardress, Armagh, Ballsmill, Ballyleny, Bannfoot, Belleek, Bessbrook, Blackwatertown, Camlough, Carnagh, Charlemont, Cladymilltown, Clonfeacle, Cloughreagh, Craigavon, Creggan, Crossmaglen, Cullyhanna, Darkley, Derryadd, Derrynoose, Dollingstown, Flurrybridge, Forkhill, Forkill, Hamiltonsbawn, Jerrettspass, Jonesborough, Keady, Kilclief, Killylea, Kilmore, Kingsmills, Laurelvale, Lislea, Lisnadill, Loughgall, Lurgan, Markethill, Middletown, Milford, Milltown, Mountnorris, Mullaghbane, Newtownhamilton, Portadown, Poyntz Pass, Richhill, Richill, Scotch Street, Tandragee, Tassagh, Tullyroan Corner, Tynan, Wells Cross, Whitecross

And the following list of postcodes in County Armagh BT60, BT61, BT62, BT63, BT64, BT65, BT66, BT67

To see a list of all the other counties we buy in click here.


DAVID BOWIE Hunky Dory (1971 UK first press 11-track LP on the orange RCA label, housed in a matt picture sleeve without the Mainman credit on the back, complete with the rare lyric insert. The sleeve shows some minor creasing and minimal agewear.The vinyl is clean with a couple of hairlines & grades VG+/EX-, with playback revealing no loss in fidelity. A very respectable copy SF8244)

Tracklisting: A1. Changes A2. Oh! You Pretty Things A3. Eight Line Poem A4. Life On Mars? A5. Kooks A6. Quicksand B1. Fill Your Heart B2. Andy Warhol B3. Song For Bob Dylan B4. Queen Bitch B5. The Bewlay Brothers
MOUNTAIN Nantucket Sleighride (1971 UK first press 9-track LP on the pink rim Island 'palm tree' label, front laminated gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows some minor age wear scuffing & the vinyl is clean & in Excellent condition with justa couple of faint cosmetic signs of play ILPS9148)

Tracklisting: 01. Don't Look Around 02. Taunta (Sammy's Tune) 03. Nantucket Sleighride (To Owen Coffin) 04. You Can't Get Away! 05. Tired Angels (To J.M.H.) 06. The Animal Trainer And The Toad 07. My Lady 08. Travellin' In The Dark (To E.M.P.) 09. The Great Train Robbery
THE BEATLES The U.S. Albums (After over forty years, the wait is finally over!! This 2014 remastered THIRTEEN CD Album box set finally adds the last piece to the complex jigsaw that was The Beatles and their releases in both the UnitedStates and the UK. From 'Please Please Me' [which was light years ahead of almost everything else released in 1963] to their US Swansong LP 'Hey Jude'. The UK Mono & Stereo mixes were remastered and released in 2009, but the US releases remaine

PS - Listened to it all now. Amazing. Faultless. Another spectacular remastering job!d absent apart from 'The Capitol Albums' box sets from several years before that, which only contained eight of the releases in their pre-remastered form. This set contains ALL the album releases from 'Meet The Beatles!' through to 'Hey Jude', with each album replicating the original album art and catalogue inners where appropriate, even to the extent of providing a textured 'slick' sticker for you to create your own pasteover 'Butcher' sleeve on 'Yesterday And Today'. The attention to detail is what we'd always hoped for with The Beatles' catalogue, and the discs each contain the mono & stereo mixes on a label replica design CD. Topped off by a sixty four page illustrated booklet and remaining factory sealed, this is mint & very beautiful. It rivals the 'The Beatles In Mono' set of faithful reproductions of the original issue formats.
How do I know all this if the boxes are sealed, you ask ? Well, because I bought one for me and I've opened it and fully intend to play it all. Those scans you see ? That's my box set. Nice, isn't it ? An absolutely essential purchase and if you'd like to wander down to the 'More Info' section, I'll tell you for why ...)

Tracklisting: Does this Treasure Chest live up to expectations ? Yes!
You even get a Trunk Cover sticker for your Yesterday And Today with the withdrawn Butcher sleeve art, so you can do the reverse of what people have spent over 45 years trying to do and create your own pasteover version! You all know that the LP releases in the UK did not match the US until Pepper. This led to some interesting anomalies. The most obvious one was the release of three tracks from the UK Revolver on Yesterday And Today, months prior to the UK release. By the time these were finally released in the UK, the tracks had undergone modification and sounded noticably different. This is also why the US Revolver has eleven tracks, not fourteen. I'm listening right now. Crisp, clean, instruments separated and bright. You can now hear when double tracked vocals kick in, when reverb starts & stops, the acoustic underneath the string quartet in Yesterday. Wow ! This is nice. If what I've heard so far is typical, they sound glorious. Let's move on to the 'Why You NEED This Box Set' section ... Apart from the jaw dropping beauty of the contents, the five previously unreleased albums and exclusive booklet, there are many differences between the UK versions & these. By the time Capitol got round to start issuing Beatles records in earnest, the band had already released four singles and an LP. Some US tracks were originally issued through smaller record labels as Capitol hesitated before deciding to take The Beatles on. The result was albums with less tracks, often with single releases & sonic tweaking. Sometimes, it's a matter of taste. Other times, such as the transformation of the US Rubber Soul, it works well. Sometimes the mixes are different, or different takes, or it seems to have been the unmixed masters if their old eight track cartridge catalogue is anything to go by. Now, at last, [with the possible exception of some of the US mixes of MMT] we have it all. There's still scope for a combined UK/US 'Rarities' release of some kind, I notice. We can but hope. Obvious differences: The extra reverb on some tracks. This all but disappears by Beatles VI. On Meet The Beatles, the Capitol mixes were actually taken from the UK stereo masters, completely different to the UK mono and stereo versions. The mono single mix of I Want To Hold Your Hand & This Boy were used for both stereo and mono. You can really hear this and the mixes are very different. On The Beatles Second Album, Capitol played much the same game. Long Tall Sally is actually a later mix than used in the UK, I Call Your Name, an earlier one. The stereo mix of Thank You Girl was not issued in the UK. Money has an extra Piano overdub. The stereo mixes of the tracks on the Long Tall Sally EP remained unissued in the UK until remixed for Rock And Roll Music, finally appearing on Past Masters. A Hard Day's Night & Help! contained film incidental music not issued in the UK. There are subtle differences between the songs and their UK versions, but mostly it follows the UK formats. Something New ? I'll Cry Instead is a different edit stereo mix with an extra verse. And I Love Her loses double tracking on the vocal. If I Fell has the mono mix with a fixed vocal. The German I Want To Hold Your Hand was not released in the UK. For a change, they mostly used the UK stereo mixes for the stereo version. On Beatles 65, I'll Be Back is slower with more echo. I Feel Fine & She's A Woman are a different mix. For stereo, they mostly used the UK mixes or duophonic for singles. On The Early Beatles, the mono is built from the UK stereo masters, so different. For stereo, they used the UK stereo masters and rechannelled the mono single tracks. For Beatles VI, it was mostly the UK mono & stereo mixes throughout. On Rubber Soul, the stereo spread of some songs is different, particularly the double tracked vocals & the false start to I'm Looking Through You that is missing on the UK version. A different mix of Michelle is evident in the mono version too. The Word is wildly different to the UK stereo. Yesterday And Today has unique mixes of I'm Only Sleeping, Doctor Robert & And Your Bird Can Sing, as a result of Capitol being supplied with them months before the UK release. Mostly the mono mixes are derived from the UK stereo, but there are oddities like the mix of We Can Work It Out & a unique stereo mix of Day Tripper. Revolver was pretty much the same as the UK version but with three less songs.
Enough of this waffle. Buy it. Listen to it & remind yourself why they are still the Greatest band of all time.

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