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  1. Looks like an enterprising Ebayer is trying to jump on the bandwagon (and is not going to get any takers). http://www.ebay.com/itm/LED-ZEPPELIN-4-reel-to-reel-tape-7-5-ips-/111400228153?pt=Music_Other_Formats&hash=item19eff89539
  2. That is one of those freak situations with two idiots deciding they had to have that RIGHT NOW - if it weren't for the maniacs it would have sold for $93. I would not be surprised to see the seller relist it in a week when the top bidder flakes out and the underbidder declines the 'second chance offer'.
  3. It seems like the market for Zeppelin is exploding right now... http://www.ebay.com/itm/LED-ZEPPELIN-Zoso-4-Track-7-1-2-IPS-Atlantic-M-7208-VG-REEL-TO-REEL-Stereo-/131227246575?pt=Music_Other_Formats&hash=item1e8dc0dfef
  4. Congratulations - that went for nearly double the usual going rate.
  5. Discogs has a pretty thorough overview: http://www.discogs.com/Led-Zeppelin-Led-Zeppelin-IV/master/4300
  6. This is the best source for reviews and whatnot: http://www.collectorsmusicreviews.com/?s=led+zeppelin+bbc
  7. http://collectorsfrenzy.com/search?q=zeppelin+200+gram&so=p
  8. There are a couple oddities in Tatty's list - it seems the number for Presence is low; it doesn't seem likely the 'Song Remains...' set would outsell it. Also, why would 'Early Days' outsell 'Later Days' 3 to 1?
  9. Thanks Robert. Your Star Wars site is mind-blowing. P.S. It turns out I do have an Australian 'E' cover, so I just completed that set! (I do need to upgrade some bags still)
  10. I have finally got around to cataloging my collection and I decided to take pics - about 20 of these are duplicates I'm going to purge but this includes complete sets of six from the US, UK, Canada, Germany/France, Japan, and another set of sealed US issues. I need the 'E' cover to complete my Australian set but I'm still (over the hills and) far away from completing sets fror Brazil, Argentina, and New Zealand. I haven't bothered with Italian issues as they are just the German editions with stamps and/or stickers. I would like to get a compete set of Japanese white lable promos but there
  11. They definitely have a case; Men at Work losing the lawsuit over the Kookaburra song (which was specious at best0 aleady opened that can o' worms.
  12. I think most collectors consider the program, wristband, and ticket stub to be a set and I've seen it go for $100-150. Missing the stub would cut the value by at least a half and more likely 2/3rds; sort of like trying to sell a record without its cover.
  13. I think it's funny too. He somehow managed to figure out how to get on the internet and find ledzeppelin.com; maybe someday he will learn about other websites like ebay and discogs...
  14. This will be screened again at the DC Record Fair at the Artisphere in Arlington, VA on June 1... http://artisphere.com/calendar/event-details/Film-New-Media/LED-ZEPPELIN-PLAYED-HERE.aspx
  15. Pb!

    Oh No here we go again!

    I think Ahmet Ertegun would have to die again.
  16. The fifth would be the 'Zeppeling' misprint.
  17. Thanks for the heads up; now it looks like the completist loonies have five variations to hunt down!
  18. Thanks for the information - so the originals have the circle around the center hole (top pic), and the re's have the line straight through (bottom pic). I now have to go back and check mine... is there any difference in the covers?
  19. The $50 Acoustically was in VG condition so it was a little overpriced. NM copies generally go for $70-80: http://collectorsfrenzy.com/search?q=LED+ZEPPELIN+Acoustically&search-button= 'This is' seems to be a $25-35 item: http://collectorsfrenzy.com/search?q=this+is+led+zeppelin+AUSTRALIAN&search-button= there is a rarer variation with the Band mislabeled as 'Led Zeppeling' that is a little more valuable: http://collectorsfrenzy.com/search?q=zeppeling&search-button= I bet your shop did snap up the last ones as they were removed from the next list. Do you remember
  20. This is just a rererelease of the BBC radio show from 1971, released legitimately on this: http://discography.ledzeppelin.com/disc_bbcsessions.html
  21. 'Destroyer is 4/27/77'. There are 2 versions, both use the DRGM label. The 'first' edition is from Europe and is supposed to have superior sound but all the 'Plantations' are edited out. This has the blue cover with a close-up of Jimmy. The US edition is inferior and has several variations; the most valuable are the plastic case version and one that came on colored vinyl. 'THE Destroyer' is 4/28 and shows the battle scene on the cover. It is an audience recording. I got this info from Robert Godwin's collector's guide - anyone even slightly interested should seek it out. I don't know w
  22. Luke's discography doesn't have much detail. Maybe you can post pics showing the differences among the versions you have and we can go from there. The ones with a bar code are later editions.
  23. ...I think it's too late to get tickets. Those shows already happened.
  24. 850 pounds is high; about a third of that seems appropriate. There are certainly more than 200 of these around.
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