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Don Gardner

Singles: 78 rpm

BRUCE $20-$30 / 1954-1955

CAMEO $10-$20 / 1957

DELUXE $10-$15 / 1957


Singles: 7–inch

BRUCE (105 “How Do You Speak to an Angel”) $40-$60 / 1954

BRUCE (108 “I’ll Walk Alone”) $35-$55 / 1954

BRUCE (127 “It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie”) $30-$40 / 1955

CAMEO (102 “Only Love Brings Happiness”) 20-30 / 1957

CEDRIC (3003 “Tighten Up Your Love Bone”/ “Is This Really Love”) $300-$400

DELUXE (6133 “A Dagger in My Chest”) $10-$20 / 1957

DELUXE (6155 “I Don’t Want to Go Home”) $10-$20 / 1957

G-CLEF (704 “Let’s Get a Thing Goin’ “) $15-$25 / 1964

JUNIOR (393 “High School Baby”) $20-$30 / 1957

JUNIOR (394 “Dark Alley”) $15-$25 / 1957

JUNIOR (398 “High School Baby”) $15-$25 / 1958

JUBILEE (5484 “The Bitter with the Sweet”) $5-$10 / 1964

JUBILEE (5493 “Little Girl Blue”) $5-$10 / 1964

KAISER (399 “Ask Anything”) $10-$20 / 1959

MASTER FIVE (9108 “We’re Gonna Make It Big”) $400-$600 / 1973

G (824 “Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy”) $8-$12 / 1969

SEDGRICK (3001 “Cheatin’ Kind”) $3000-$4000

TRU-GLO-TOWN (501 “I Wanta Know Where Did Our Love Go”) $100-$200 / 1966

TRU-GLO-TOWN (505 “Somebody’s Gonna Get Hurt”) $75-$125 / 1966

VAL-UE (214 “Deed I Do”) $15-$25 / 1960

VERVE (10582 “You Babe”) $10-$15 / 1968


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