You might want to take a look through your old record collection; you could be sitting on some really valuable vinyl.

Thanks to the combined efforts of Ian Shirley, who edits Record Collector’s Rare Record Price Guide and the people at Noble Oak, 50 previously commercially available albums made the list of most valuable records worldwide.

Got a copy of Sex Pistols’ God Save The Queen? That LP is worth over $12,000 because it was pulled from circulation. Elvis Presley’s debut 78rpm single “That’s All Right” will fetch $8,600.

Paul McCartney owns the rarest of them all: the only existing copy of his pre-Beatles group The Quarrymen performing “That’ll Be The Day” and “In Spite Of All The Danger,” which is worth nearly $250,000.

Here is the top 10. For a list of the Top 50, you’ll have to check out the article at!

10. The Rolling Stones – ‘Street Fighting Man’/‘No Expectations’ – £8,000
9. The Beatles – ‘Yesterday And Today’ – £8,000
8. Junior McCants – ‘Try Me For Your New Love’/‘She Wrote It I Read It’ – £9,000
7. The Beatles – ‘The Beatles’ (White Album) – £10,000
6. Sex Pistols – ‘God Save The Queen’/‘No Feelings’ – £10,000
5. Dark – ‘Dark Round The Edges’ – £10,000
4. Darrell Banks – ‘Open The Door To Your Heart’/‘Our Love (Is In The Pocket)’ – £15,000
3. Frank Wilson – ‘Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)’/‘Sweeter As The Days Go By’ – £25,000
2. The Beatles – ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ – £70,000
1. The Quarrymen – ‘That’ll Be The Day’/‘In Spite Of All The Danger’ – £200,000

Do you own any rare records? Which do you have?