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Elvis Presley


Singles: 12–inch

RCA (0517 “Little Sister”) $125-$150 / 1983
(Promo issue only. Not issued with custom cover)

RCA (54262 “Rubberneckin’ “) $50-$75 / 2003
(Includes custom cover. Promo issue only)

RCA (60570-1 “A Little Less Conversation”) $8-$12 / 2002
(Issued with custom cover)


Singles: 78 rpm
(Commercial and Promotional)

PRIME (19 “Can’t Help Falling in Love”/ “Burning Love”) $100-$150 / 1980s

RCA (6357 “Mystery Train”) $100-$150 / 1955

RCA (6380 “That’s All Right”) $100-$150 / 1955

RCA (6381 “Good Rockin’ Tonight”) $100-$150 / 1955

RCA (6382 “Milkcow Blues Boogie”) $100-$150 / 1955

RCA (6383 “Baby, Let’s Play House”) $100-$150 / 1955

RCA (6420 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $60-$80 / 1956
(Black label)

RCA (6420 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (6492 “Blue Suede Shoes”) $100-$200 / 1956
(Canadian. This number not used for any U.S. RCA release)

RCA (6540 “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You”) $60-$80 / 1956
(Black label)

RCA (6540 “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (6604 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $60-$80 / 1956
(Black label)

RCA (6604 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (6636 “Blue Suede Shoes”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6637 “I Got a Woman”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6638 “I’ll Never Let You Go”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6639 “Tryin’ to Get to You”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6640 “Blue Moon”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6641 “Money Honey”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6642 “Lawdy, Miss Clawdy”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6643 “Love Me Tender”) $60-$80 / 1956
(Black label)

RCA (6643 “Love Me Tender”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (6800 “Too Much”) $60-$80 / 1957
(Black label)

RCA (6800 “Too Much”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (6870 “All Shook Up”) $60-$80 / 1957
(Black label)

RCA (6870 “All Shook Up”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (7000 “Teddy Bear”) $60-$80 / 1957
(Black label)

RCA (7000 “Teddy Bear”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (7035 “Jailhouse Rock”) $60-$80 / 1957
(Black label)

RCA (7035 “Jailhouse Rock”) $300-$500
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (7066 “Mean Woman Blues”) $100-$200 / 1957
(Canadian. Not issued as a U.S. single)

RCA (7150 “Don’t”) $100-$150 / 1958

RCA (7240 “Wear My Ring Around Your Neck”) 200-300 / 1958

RCA (7280 “Hard Headed Woman”) $200-$300 / 1958

RCA (7410 “One Night”) $700-$800 / 1958

RCA (7506 “I Need Your Love Tonight”) $400-$600 / 1959
(Canadian)

RCA (7600 “Big Hunk O’ Love”) $400-$600 / 1959
(Canadian)

ROYAL (“Elvis Presley Show”) $200-$300 / 1956
(Single-sided disc, issued to radio stations to promote Elvis in concert. Includes an excerpt of Heartbreak Hotel)

SUN (209 “That’s All Right”) $800-$1200 / 1954

SUN (210 “Good Rockin’ Tonight”) $800-$1200 / 1954

SUN (215 “Milkcow Blues Boogie”) $1000-$1500 / 1955

SUN (217 “Baby Let’s Play House”) $900-$1200 / 1955

SUN (223 “Mystery Train”) $600-$800 / 1955

Notes: All Elvis RCA and Sun 78s were simultaneously issued on 45 rpm singles. For 78 rpm plastic sound-sheets and flexi-discs, see a separate section that follows. RCA and Sun 78s can be found with many label variations. Sun promotional singles were marked with the word “sample” rubber stamped on the label. White label promotional 78s are still listed; however, their authenticity has been challenged by some experts


Singles: 7–inch
(Commercial)

BMG (13558 “That’s All Right”) $300-$400 / 2003
(Bonus for buyers of an Elvis CD/radio player)

COLLECTABLES $3-$5 / 1986-1987
(Black vinyl)

COLLECTABLES $3-$5 / 1992
(Gold vinyl)

MEMPHIS FLASH (92444 “Beginnings – Elvis Style”) $10-$20 / 1978

RCA (0088 “Raised on Rock”) $10-$15 / 1973

RCA (0130 “How Great Thou Art”) $30-$50 / 1969

RCA (0196 “Take Good Care of Her”) $10-$15 / 1974

RCA (0280 “If You Talk in Your Sleep”) $15-$20 / 1974
(Has full title on one line)

RCA (0280 “If You Talk in Your Sleep”) $8-$10 / 1974
(Two lines are used for title)

RCA (0572 “Merry Christmas Baby”) $20-$25 / 1971

RCA (0619 “Until It’s Time for You to Go”) $10-$15 / 1972

RCA (0651 “He Touched Me”) $150-$200 / 1972
(Has the He Touched Me side pressed at about 35 rpm instead of 45. These copies – the result of a production error – are commercial issues. Flip, Bosom of Abraham, plays at 45 rpm)

RCA (0651 “He Touched Me”) $30-$50 / 1972

RCA (0672 “An American Trilogy”) $30-$40 / 1972

RCA (0769 “Burning Love”) $600-$800 / 1972
(Gray label)

RCA (0769 “Burning Love”) $8-$12 / 1972
(Orange label)

RCA (0815 “Separate Ways”) $8-$12 / 1971

RCA (0910 “Fool”) $8-$12 / 1973

RCA (1017 “It’s Only Love”) $10-$15 / 1971

RCA (2458 “My Boy”/”Loving Arms”) $700-$750 / 1974
(Add $150 to $200 if with insert, which reads: “Elvis Presley” and “My Boy.” Produced in the U.S. for European distribution)

RCA (6357 “Mystery Train”) $50-$75 / 1955

RCA (6380 “That’s All Right”) $50-$75 / 1955
(Black label)

RCA (6380 “That’s All Right”) $100-$200 / 1955
(Canadian. Pale blue)

RCA (6381 “Good Rockin’ Tonight”) $50-$75 / 1955

RCA (6382 “Milkcow Blues Boogie”) $50-$75 / 1955

RCA (6383 “Baby Let’s Play House”) $50-$75 / 1955

RCA (6420 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Turquoise label)

RCA (6420 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $50-$75 / 1956
(Black label)

RCA (6420 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $100-$200 / 1956
(Canadian. Pale blue)

RCA (6540 “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You”/”My Baby Loves Me”) $100-$150 / 1956
(Black label. Mistakenly has “Loves” instead of “Left”)

RCA (6540 “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You/”My Baby Left Me”) $50-$75 / 1956
(Black label)

RCA (6540 “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You”) $100-$200 / 1956
(Canadian. Pale blue)

RCA (6604 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $50-$75 / 1956
(Black label)

RCA (6604 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $100-$200 / 1956
(Canadian. Pale blue)

RCA (6636 “Blue Suede Shoes”) $75-$125 / 1956

RCA (6637 “I Got a Woman”) $50-$75 / 1956

RCA (6638 “I’ll Never Let You Go”) $50-$75 / 1956

RCA (6639 “Tryin’ to Get to You”) $50-$75 / 1956

RCA (6640 “Blue Moon”) $50-$75 / 1956

RCA (6641 “Money Honey”) $50-$75 / 1956

RCA (6642 “Lawdy, Miss Clawdy”) $50-$75 / 1956
(Dog is pictured on label.)

RCA (6642 “Lawdy, Miss Clawdy”) $200-$250 / 1956
(Dog is not shown on label)

RCA (6643 “Love Me Tender”) $30-$40 / 1956

RCA (6800 “Too Much”) $30-$40 / 1957
(Dog is pictured on label)

RCA (6800 “Too Much”) $200-$250 / 1957
(Dog is not shown on label)

RCA (6870 “All Shook Up”) $30-$40 / 1957

RCA (7000 “Teddy Bear”) $30-$40 / 1957

RCA (7035 “Jailhouse Rock”) $30-$40 / 1957
(Black label, black vinyl)

Note: All RCA singles from 6357 through 7035 can be found on various black labels, both with or without a horizontal silver line. Some folks may add a $5 to $10 premium for copies with a line; however, first issues came without the line.)

RCA (7150 “Don’t”) $15-$20 / 1958

RCA (7240 “Wear My Ring Around Your Neck”) $15-$20 / 1958

RCA (7280 “Hard Headed Woman”) $15-$20 / 1958

RCA (7410 “One Night”) $15-$20 / 1958

RCA (7506 “I Need Your Love Tonight”) $15-$20 / 1959

RCA (7600 “A Big Hunk O’ Love”) $15-$20 / 1959

RCA (47-7740 “Stuck on You”) $8-$12 / 1960

RCA (61-7740 “Stuck on You”) $400-$600 / 1960
(Living Stereo)

RCA (47-7777 “It’s Now Or Never”) $750-$1000 / 1960
(Due to mixing error, piano track is omitted)

RCA (47-7777 “It’s Now Or Never”) $8-$12 / 1960

RCA (61-7777 “It’s Now Or Never”) $600-$800 / 1960
(Living Stereo)

RCA (47-7810 “Are You Lonesome To-night”) $8-$12 / 1960

RCA (61-7810 “Are You Lonesome To-night”) $600-$800 / 1960
(Living Stereo)

RCA (37-7850 “Surrender”) $750-$1000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single)

RCA (47-7850 “Surrender”) $8-$12 / 1961

RCA (61-7850 “Surrender”) $1000-$1200 / 1961
(Living Stereo)

RCA (68-7850 “Surrender”) $1000-$1500 / 1961
(Stereo Compact 33 Single)

RCA (37-7880 “I Feel So Bad”) $1500-$2000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single)

RCA (47-7880 “I Feel So Bad”) $8-$12 / 1961

RCA (37-7908 “His Latest Flame”) $5000-$6000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single)

RCA (47-7908 “His Latest Flame”) $8-$12 / 1961

RCA (37-7968 “Can’t Help Falling in Love”) $6000-$8000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single)

RCA (47-7968 “Can’t Help Falling in Love”) $8-$12 / 1961

RCA (37-7992 “Good Luck Charm”) $8000-$12000 / 1962
(Compact 33 Single)

RCA (47-7992 “Good Luck Charm”) $8-$12 / 1962

RCA (8041 “She’s Not You”) $8-$12 / 1962

RCA (8100 “Return to Sender”) $8-$12 / 1962

RCA (8134 “One Broken Heart for Sale”) $8-$12 / 1963

RCA (8188 “Devil in Disguise”) $600-$800 / 1963
(Flip side title is incorrectly shown as Please Don’t Drag That String ALONG)

RCA (8188 “Devil in Disguise”) $8-$12 / 1963
(Flip side title correctly shown as Please Don’t Drag That String AROUND)

RCA (8243 “Bossa Nova Baby”) $8-$12 / 1963

RCA (8307 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $8-$12 / 1964

RCA (8360 “Viva Las Vegas”) $8-$12 / 1964

RCA (8400 “Such a Night”) $8-$12 / 1964

RCA (8440 “Ask Me”) $8-$12 / 1964

RCA (8500 “Do the Clam”) $8-$12 / 1965

RCA (8585 “Easy Question”) $10-$15 / 1965

RCA (8657 “I’m Yours”) $10-$15 / 1965

RCA (8740 “Tell Me Why”) $10-$15 / 1965

RCA (8780 “Frankie and Johnny”) $10-$15 / 1966

RCA (8870 “Love Letters”) $10-$15 / 1966

RCA (8941 “Spinout”) $10-$15 / 1966

RCA (8950 “If Everyday Was Like Christmas”) $10-$15 / 1966

RCA (9056 “Indescribably Blue”) $10-$15 / 1967

RCA (9115 “Long Legged Girl”) $20-$30 / 1967

RCA (9287 “Judy”) $10-$15 / 1967

RCA (9341 “Big Boss Man”) $10-$20 / 1967

RCA (9425 “Guitar Man”) $10-$15 / 1968

RCA (9465 “U.S. Male”) $10-$15 / 1968

RCA (9547 “Your Time Hasn’t Come Yet Baby”) $20-$30 / 1968

RCA (9600 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”) $15-$25 / 1968

RCA (9610 “A Little Less Conversation”) $15-$25 / 1968

Note: Commercial issues of all RCA singles from 6357 through 9600 are on black labels.

RCA (9670 “If I Can Dream”) $8-$12 / 1968

RCA (9731 “Memories”) $10-$20 / 1969

RCA (9741 “In the Ghetto”) $8-$12 / 1969

RCA (9747 “Clean Up Your Own Back Yard”) $15-$25 / 1969

RCA (9764 “Suspicious Minds”) $8-$12 / 1969

RCA (9768 “Don’t Cry Daddy”) $8-$12 / 1969

RCA (9791 “Kentucky Rain”) $8-$12 / 1970

RCA (9835 “The Wonder of You”) $8-$12 / 1970

RCA (9873 “I’ve Lost You”) $8-$12 / 1970

RCA (9916 “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me”) $8-$12 / 1970

RCA (9960 “I Really Don’t Want to Know”) $8-$12 / 1970

RCA (9980 “Rags to Riches”) $10-$20 / 1971

RCA (9985 “Life”) $8-$12 / 1971

RCA (9998 “I’m Leavin’ “) $10-$20 / 1971

Note: RCA numbers in the 10000 to 14000 series with a “GB” prefix are Gold Standards and are listed in a separate Gold Standard Singles section.

RCA (10074 “Promised Land”) $15-$20 / 1974
(Orange label)

RCA (10074 “Promised Land”) $10-$15 / 1974
(Gray label)

RCA (10191 “My Boy”) $15-$20 / 1975
(Orange label)

RCA (10191 “My Boy”) $20-$25 / 1975
(Tan or brown label)

RCA (10278 “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”) $20-$30 / 1975
(Orange label)

RCA (10278 “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”) $8-$12 / 1975
(Tan label)

RCA (10278 “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”) $300-$400 / 1975
(Gray label)

RCA (10401 “Bringing It Back”) $400-$500 / 1975
(Orange label. Value is estimated based on the possibility that this exists)

RCA (10401 “Bringing It Back”) $8-$12 / 1975
(Tan label)

RCA (10601 “For the Heart”) $5-$10 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (10601 “For the Heart”) $75-$100 / 1976
(Black label)

RCA (10857 “Moody Blue”) $4-$6 / 1976
(Black vinyl. Colored vinyl 45s of Moody Blue, were experimental and are listed in the Promo Singles section that follows)

RCA (10998 “Way Down”) $4-$6 / 1977

RCA (11099 thru 11113) $4-$6 / 1977
(Discs in this series were originally packaged in either 11301 and/or 11340, both of which are boxed sets of singles with sleeves)

RCA (11165 “My Way”) $40-$50 / 1977
(Flip side title shown as America the Beautiful)

RCA (11165 “My Way”) $10-$15 / 1977
(Flip side title shown as America. Black vinyl)

RCA (11165 “My Way”) $15-$25 / 1977
(Flip side title shown as America. Red vinyl. Canadian.)

RCA (11212 “Unchained Melody”) $4-$6 / 1978
(Black vinyl)

RCA (11212 “Unchained Melody”) $15-$25 / 1978
(White vinyl. Canadian)

RCA (11301 “15 Golden Records”) $75-$100 / 1977
(Boxed set of 15 Elvis singles with picture sleeves)

RCA (11320 “Teddy Bear”) $4-$6 / 1978

RCA (11340 “20 Golden Hits”) $50-$75 / 1977
(Boxed set of 10 Elvis singles with picture sleeves)

RCA (11533 “Are You Sincere”) $4-$6 / 1979

RCA (11679 “I Got a Feelin’ in My Body”) $10-$15 / 1979
(With production and backing credits shown on label)

RCA (11679 “I Got a Feelin’ in My Body”) $4-$6 / 1979
(With backing credits removed, leaving only production credits)

RCA (12158 “Guitar Man”) $3-$5 / 1981

RCA (12205 “Lovin’ Arms”) $3-$5 / 1981

RCA (13058 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”) $3-$5 / 1982

RCA (13351 “The Elvis Medley”) $3-$5 / 1982

RCA (13500 “I Was the One”) $3-$5 / 1983

RCA (13547 “Little Sister”) $3-$5 / 1983

RCA (13875 “Baby, Let’s Play House”) $15-$20 / 1984
(Gold vinyl)

RCA (13885 thru 13890) $3-$5 / 1984
(Gold vinyl. Discs in this series were originally packaged in 13897, Golden Singles, Vol. I. May include juke box title strips)

RCA (13891 thru 13896) $3-$5 / 1984
(Gold vinyl. Discs in this series were originally packaged in 13898, Golden Singles, Vol. II. May include juke box title strips)

RCA (13897 “Golden Singles, Vol. I”) $30-$50 / 1984
(Package of six gold vinyl singles with sleeves)

RCA (13898 “Golden Singles, Vol. II”) $30-$50 / 1984
(Package of six gold vinyl singles with sleeves)

RCA (13929 “Blue Suede Shoes”/”Promised Land”) $15-$20 / 1984
(Blue vinyl. Incorrectly shows Blue Suede Shoes as stereo and Promised Land as mono)

RCA (13929 “Blue Suede Shoes”/”Promised Land”) $8-$12 / 1984
(Blue vinyl. Correctly shows Blue Suede Shoes as mono and Promised Land as stereo)

RCA (14090 “Always on My Mind”) $10-$20 / 1985
(Purple vinyl.)

RCA (14237 “Merry Christmas Baby”) $8-$12 / 1985
(Black vinyl.)

RCA (14237 “Merry Christmas Baby”) $15-$20 / 1985
(Green vinyl.)

RCA (60575-7 “A Little Less Conversation”) $4-$6 / 2002
(White label. Jukebox issue only)

RCA (62402 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $5-$10 / 1992

RCA (62403 “Blue Christmas”) $5-$10 / 1992

RCA (62449 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $5-$10 / 1992

Note: RCA numbers in the 10000-14000 series with a “GB” prefix are Gold Standard Series and are listed in a separate Gold Standard Singles section. Regular series issues are in the preceding section.

SPOKEN WORD (100 “1955 Texarkana Interview”) $8-$12 / 1978

SUN (209 “That’s All Right”) $800-$1200 / 1954

SUN (209 “That’s All Right”) $30-$50 / 2005
(Single-sided. Made from original 1954 Sun master mother stamper)

SUN (210 “Good Rockin’ Tonight”) $800-$1200 / 1954

SUN (215 “Milkcow Blue Boogie”) $1000-$1500 / 1955

SUN (217 “Baby Let’s Play House”) $900-$1200 / 1955

SUN (223 “Mystery Train”) $600-$800 / 1955

SUN (223 “Mystery Train”) $30-$50 / 2006
(Single-sided. Made from original 1955 Sun master mother stamper)

TRIBUTE (501 “A Tribute to Elvis Presley”) $50-$100 / 1956
(Besides Elvis, has guest appearances by Edward R. Murrow, Steve Allen, Ed Sullivan, Danny Kaye, Jimmy Durante, Gabriel Heater, Sid Caeser, Liberace, Mantovani, Jack Benny, Gene Vincent, Gloria DeHaven, Nat King Cole, Nelson Eddy, and Jane Russell)

Note: Plastic soundsheets or flexi-discs are listed in a separate section that follows.


Picture Sleeves
(Commercial and Promotional)

LAUREL (41 623 “Treat Me Nice”) $5000-$10000 / 1957
(Pictures Elvis but credits Vince Everett. Black and white sleeve made as a prop for the Jailhouse Rock film. The printed sheets have no reverse side, but are applied to a randomly selected EP. No Laurel records of this title exist)

LAUREL (41 624 “Jailhouse Rock”) $50-$100 / 1957

LAUREL (41 625 “Young and Beautiful”) $50-$100 / 1957
(Above two picture Elvis but credit Vince Everett. Black-and-white, cardboard, EP-like cover. May have been made as a film prop. While many researchers question the authenticity – and therefore the actual date of production – of these, these prices have been paid. No Laurel records of these titles exist).

PECA (“Could I Fall in Love”) $6000-$8000 / 1966
(Pictures Elvis but credits Guy Lambert with Georgie and His G-Men. A full color sleeve made as a prop for the Double Trouble film. No Peca records of this title exist)

RCA (“This Is His Life”) $1000-$2000 / 1955
(Promotional issue only. No specific titles are indicated on sleeve, though it included the single Mystery Train/I Forgot to Remember to Forget)

RCA (76 “Don’t”/”Wear My Ring Around Your Neck”) $1500-$2000 / 1960
(Promo issue only)

RCA (0088 “Raised on Rock”) $30-$40 / 1973

RCA (118 “King of the Whole Wide World”) $250-$300 / 19 62
(Text is in black. Counterfeits exist but their printing is in red. Promo issue only)

RCA (0130 “How Great Thou Art”) $200-$250 / 1969

RCA (139 “Roustabout”) $2000-$3000 / 1964
(Paper sleeve/envelope. Reads: “Elvis Presley as the Restless, Reckless, Roving Roustabout” at top. Includes other information about the film and its cast. White stock with black print. Back is blank. Promo issue only. Does not indicate the SP number, probably indicating it was made before the discs)

RCA (139 “Roustabout”) $400-$600 / 1964
(Fold-open sleeve with die-cut center hole to display the label. Front pictures a scene from the film, with Elvis, Barbara Stanwyck and Joan Freeman. Back reads “For Radio Stations Only,” lists both titles and mentions the Roustabout album. Promo issue only)

RCA (162 “How Great Thou Art”) $200-$250 / 1967
(Originals have a clear and sharp Elvis photo. Counterfeits exist, but the Elvis photo is out of focus. Promo issue only)

RCA (0196 ” Take Good Care of Her”) $20-$25 / 1974

RCA (0280 “If You Talk in Your Sleep”) $30-$40 / 1974

RCA (0572 “Merry Christmas Baby”) $50-$75 / 1971

RCA (0619 “Until It’s Time for You to Go”) $30-$35 / 1971

RCA (0651 “He Touched Me”) $150-$200 / 1971

RCA (0672 “An American Trilogy”) $75-$100 / 1972

RCA (0769 “Burning Love”) $10-$15 / 1972

RCA (0815 “Separate Ways”) $15-$25 / 1971

RCA (0910 “Fool”) $15-$25 / 1973

RCA (1017 “It’s Only Love”) $30-$40 / 1971

RCA (6604 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Shows “Don’t Be Cruel c/w Hound Dog“)

RCA (6604 “Hound Dog”) $65-$75  / 1956
(Shows “Hound Dog c/w Don’t Be Cruel“)

RCA (6643 “Love Me Tender”) $100-$150 / 1956
(Black and white sleeve)

RCA (6643 “Love Me Tender”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Black and green sleeve)

RCA (6643 “Love Me Tender”) $50-$75 / 1956
(Black and dark pink sleeve)

RCA (6643 “Love Me Tender”) $40-$60 / 1956
(Black and light pink sleeve)

RCA (6800 “Too Much”) $50-$100 / 1957

RCA (6870 “All Shook Up”) $50-$100 / 1957

RCA (7000 “Teddy Bear”) $50-$100 / 1957

RCA (7035 “Jailhouse Rock”) $50-$100 / 1957
(Sleeve only.)

RCA/MGM “Jailhouse Rock”) $1000-$1500 / 1957
(MGM Jailhouse Rock film preview invitation ticket. A promotional item for the media, the ticket came wrapped around a commercial single and sleeve. Deduct about 50% if ticket stub is detached. Counterfeits exist)

RCA (7150 “Don’t”) $50-$75 / 1958

RCA (7240 “Wear My Ring Around Your Neck”) $50-$75 / 1958

RCA (7280 “Hard Headed Woman”) $50-$75 / 1958

RCA (7410 “One Night”) $50-$75 / 1958

RCA (7506 “I Need Your Love Tonight”) $400-$500 / 1959
(Has advertising for the Elvis Sails EP on reverse)

RCA (7506 “I Need Your Love Tonight”) $40-$50 / 1959
(Lists Elvis EPs and 45s on reverse)

RCA (7600 “A Big Hunk O’ Love”) $40-$50 / 1959

RCA (7740 “Stuck on You”) $40-$50 / 1960
(Die-cut sleeve which displays record label)

RCA (7777 “It’s Now Or Never”) $30-$40 / 1960

RCA (7810 “Are You Lonesome To-night”) $30-$40 / 1960

RCA (37-7850 “Surrender”) $750-$1000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single sleeve)

RCA (47-7850 “Surrender”) $30-$40 / 1961

RCA (37-7880 “I Feel So Bad”) $1500-$2000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single sleeve)

RCA (47-7880 “I Feel So Bad”) $30-$40 / 1961

RCA (37-7908 “His Latest Flame”) $5000-$6000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single sleeve)

RCA (47-7908 “His Latest Flame”) $30-$40 / 1961

RCA (37-7968 “Can’t Help Falling in Love”) $6000-$8000 / 1961
(Compact 33 Single sleeve)

RCA (47-7968 “Can’t Help Falling in Love”) $30-$40 / 1961
(Has “45 RPM” and black box with RCA logo and number at top right)

RCA (47-7968 “Can’t Help Falling in Love”) $50-$60 / 1961
(Does not have “45 RPM” and black box with RCA logo and number at top right)

RCA (37-7992 “Good Luck Charm”) $8000-$12000 / 1962
(Compact 33 Single sleeve)

RCA (47-7992 “Good Luck Charm”) $30-$40 / 1962

RCA (8041 “She’s Not You”) $30-$40 / 1962

RCA (8100 “Return to Sender”) $30-$40 / 1962

RCA (8134 “One Broken Heart for Sale”) $30-$40 / 1963

RCA (8188 “Devil in Disguise”) $30-$40 / 1963

RCA (8243 “Bossa Nova Baby”) $30-$40 / 1963
(Reads: “Coming Soon! Fun in Acapulco LP Album”)

RCA (8243 “Bossa Nova Baby”) $200-$300 / 1963
(No mention of Fun in Acapulco Album”)

RCA (8307 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $30-$40 / 1964

RCA (8360 “Viva Las Vegas”) $30-$40 / 1964
(Reads “Coming Soon” regarding the Viva Las Vegas EP)

RCA (8360 “Viva Las Vegas”) $100-$200 / 1964
(Reads “Ask For” regarding the Viva Las Vegas EP)

RCA (8400 “Such a Night”) $30-$40 / 1964

RCA (8440 “Ask Me”) $30-$40 / 1964
(Reads “Coming