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Cecil Gant

Cecil Gant


Singles: 78 rpm

BOP $15-$20

BRONZE (117 “I Wonder”) $40-$50 / 1944
(First issue)

BULLET (250 thru 320) $30-$40 / 1946-1949

DECCA $15-$30 / 1950-1951

DOT (1000 series) $15-$25 / 1950-1951

DOWN BEAT $15-$25 / 1949

4 STAR $20-$30 / 1947-1952

GILT-EDGE (500 “I Wonder”/”Cecil Boogie”) $200-$300 / 1945
(10–inch. Cardboard picture disc. Add $100 to $150 for mailer)

GILT-EDGE (500 “I Wonder”/”Cecil Boogie”) 30-40 / 1944

GILT-EDGE (505 “The Grass Is Getting Greener”) $30-$40  / 1945

GILT-EDGE (506 “I’m Tired”) $30-$40 / 1945

GILT-EDGE (509 “Fit as a Fiddle”) $30-$40 / 1945

IMPERIAL $15-$25 / 1950-1951

KING (4231 “Hogan’s Alley”) $40-$50 / 1947

NATIONAL $15-$25 / 1944

SWING TIME (209 “All Because of You”) $30-$40 / 1949

SWING TIME (302 “You’re Going to Cry”) $10-$20 / 1952


Singles: 7–inch

DECCA (30320 “I Wonder”) $35-$50 / 1957

DECCA (48171 “Someday You’ll Be Sorry”)bv$75-$125 / 1950

DECCA (48185 “It’s Christmas Time Again”bv$50-$75 / 1950

DECCA (48191 “Train Time Blues, No. 2”)bv$50-$75 / 1950

DECCA (48200 “Shot Gun Boogie” $150-$250 / 1951

DECCA (48212 “Don’t You Worry”) $50-$75 /19 51

DECCA (48231 “Owl Stew”) $50-$75 / 1951

DECCA (48249 “God Bless My Daddy”) $50-$75 / 1951

DOT (1121 “Train Time Blues”) $40-$60 / 1952

GILT-EDGE (5090 “I Wonder”)  $30-$40 / 1955

SWING TIME (302 “You’re Going to Cry”)  $20-$30 / 1952


LPs: 10/12–inch

KING (671 “The Incomparable Cecil Gant”) $40-$50 / 1960

RED MILL (“Piano and Voice”) $300-$500
(No selection number. Colored vinyl)

SOUND (601 “The Incomparable Cecil Gant”) $75-$125 / 1957


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