An amazing collection of Elvis vinyl is due to go under the hammer later this month at Lacy Scott & Knight Auctioneers in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.
There are hundreds of mint, to near mint, records from the private collection of a Suffolk teacher who first started collecting in the 1950′s. Details of the 425 lots can be found here: http://www.lskauctioncentre.co.uk/sale-categories/specialist-auctions/ep210314/?page=1
Formats include 78′s and 45′s and as well as the regular mainstream releases from RCA and HMV, there are a number of bootleg and rare and unique records including such gems as rarely seen British pressings of Elvis records from 1974/5 during the Middle East oil crisis, some Irish pressings with covers specific to individual shops in Ulster and the first copy of the first pressing of ‘Way Down’. It’s a truly impressive collection and a really rare opportunity to pick up some rare Elvis vinyl.
Viewing of the lots is on Thursday March 20th between noon and 5pm and from 9am on the day of the sale which is on Friday March 21st.
For more information contact Lacy Scott and Knight Auctioneers, 10 Risbygate Street, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 3AA
Telephone: 01284 748 623 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org