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Of course, some reissues do make a collectors price and are known as such and openly sold as re-issues, repros, 2nd issues or whatever term to describe unofficial product that is not "the real deal".Read on & learn how not to be a sucker like others sadly get caught.
But if you are happy with a repro, and most are of good sound quality, then don't just avoid them because they are unofficial.But a repro is worth a fiver unless there is demand for it & it's an early one.Big profits too: costs under £1 each to press a few hundred copies with no royalties to pay.Sellers think the Silver HMV of All Shook Up is "Very Rare".It's ultra common, it was a huge Number One hit & most copies are on Silver.Also the amount of new Bootleg copies of rare 45s available seems to grow every week & the copyright owners aren't doing anything about it, so more are to come from varied sources.
Some Official Licensed reissues may confuse too, so look for text on the label to show they are. To the experienced buyer these stand out obviously as "repros" but you have to learn to spot real from repro without wasting money when other bids may hint at an item being more than it is, and the Sheep Effect gains more bidders who think if others bid it must be right. One seller of obvious (to us) Fake Beatles Demos relists them for the third time in late Nov 2013 after getting lots of bids on the previous outings, enough to trap the unwary & be sure one will sell as an Xmas Gift to an unwary buyer.We Do Not Authorise any Copying, Republishing or Quoting of any of our Sections on ebay, any sales sites or anywhere else.Buying Vinyl today, or anything that makes more money than most similar items, you really do need to be sure you are actually buying the Original if you are paying a price that the Original would command.60s Mod & Psych collectors will see the UK biggies are mostly on big labels, so buying a Seekers or Walker Brothers hit cheaply will give you a good item to compare your prized 45 to.as a Reliable Reference to see what Original Records look like. Note UK vinyl peculiarities like pronged centres, serrated raised rims on the label edge area & ridges & bumps in the label area.A typical rare item, eg a £300 50s London was issued amid Pat Boone records or a Major Lance Columbia was amid Ken Dodd 45s, so buy a cheap handful of those & see what they are like.