Elvis Presley

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 Soon! Roustabout LP Album”)

RCA (8440 “Ask Me”) $50-$60 / 1964
(Reads “Ask For Roustabout LP Album”)

RCA (8500 “Do the Clam”) $30-$40 / 1965
(Reads “Coming Soon! Girl Happy LP Album”)

RCA (8500 “Do the Clam”) $150-$250 / 1965
(Reads “Ask For Girl Happy LP Album”)

RCA (8585 “Easy Question”) $30-$40 / 1965
(Reads “Coming Soon! Special Tickle Me EP”)

RCA (8585 “Easy Question”) $60-$80 / 1965
(Reads “Ask For Special Tickle Me EP”)

RCA (8657 “I’m Yours”) $30-$40 / 1965

RCA (8740 “Tell Me Why”) $30-$40 / 1965

RCA (8780 “Frankie & Johnny”) $30-$40 / 1966

RCA (8870 “Love Letters”) $30-$40 / 1966
(Reads “Coming Soon – Paradise Hawaiian Style“)

RCA (8870 “Love Letters”) $60-$80 / 1966
(Reads “Ask For – Paradise Hawaiian Style“)

RCA (8941 “Spinout”) 30-40 / 1966
(Reads “Watch For Elvis’ Spinout LP”)

RCA (8941 “Spinout”) $50-$60 / 1966
(Reads “Ask For Elvis’ Spinout LP”)

RCA (8950 “If Everyday Was Like Christmas”) $40-$50 / 1966

RCA (9056 “Indescribably Blue”) $30-$40 / 1967

RCA (9115 “Long Legged Girl”) $30-$40 / 1967
(Reads “Coming Soon – Double Trouble LP Album.”

RCA (9115 “Long Legged Girl”) $60-$80 / 1967
(Reads “Ask For – Double Trouble LP Album”)

RCA (9287 “Judy”) $30-$40/ 1967

RCA (9341 “Big Boss Man”) $30-$40 / 1967

RCA (9425 “Guitar Man”) $30-$40 / 1968
(Reads “Coming Soon, Elvis’ Gold Records, Volume 4“)

RCA (9425 “Guitar Man”) $50-$60 / 1968
(Reads “Ask For Elvis’ Gold Records, Volume 4“)

RCA (9465 “U.S. Male”) $20-$30 / 1968

RCA (9547 “Your Time Hasn’t Come Yet Baby”) $40-$60 / 1968
(Reads “Coming Soon – Speedway LP”

RCA (9547 “Your Time Hasn’t Come Yet Baby”) $70-$90 / 1968
(Reads “Ask For – Speedway LP”)

RCA (9600 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”) $100-$150 / 1968

RCA (9610 “A Little Less Conversation”) $40-$50 / 1968

RCA (9670 “If I Can Dream”) $30-$40 / 1968
(Reads “As Featured on His NBC-TV Special”)

RCA (9670 “If I Can Dream”) $20-$30 / 1969
(No mention of TV special)

RCA (9731 “Memories”) $30-$40 / 1969

RCA (9741 “In the Ghetto”) $20-$30 / 1969
(Reads “Coming Soon From Elvis in Memphis LP Album”)

RCA (9741 “In the Ghetto”) $40-$50 / 1969
(Reads “Ask For From Elvis in Memphis LP Album”)

RCA (9747 “Clean Up Your Own Back Yard”) $30-$40 / 1969

RCA (9764 “Suspicious Minds”) $30-$40 / 1969

RCA (9768 “Don’t Cry Daddy”) $20-$30 / 1969

RCA (9791 “Kentucky Rain”) $20-$30 / 1970

RCA (9835 “The Wonder of You”) $20-$30 / 1970

RCA (9873 “I’ve Lost You”) $10-$20 / 1970

RCA (9916 “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me”) $20-$30 / 1970

RCA (9960 “I Really Don’t Want to Know”) $20-$30 / 1970
(Reads “Coming Soon – New Album”)

RCA (9960 “I Really Don’t Want to Know”) $30-$40 / 1970
(Reads “Now Available – New Album”)

RCA (9980 “Rags to Riches”) $40-$50 / 1971

RCA (9985 “Life”) $30-$40 / 1971

RCA (9998 “I’m Leavin’ “) $30-$40 / 1971

RCA (10074 “Promised Land”) $20-$25 / 1974

RCA (10191 “My Boy”) $40-$50 / 1975

RCA (10278 “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”) 20-$25 / 1975

RCA (10401 “Bringing It Back”) $20-25 / 1975

RCA (10601 “For the Heart”) $25-$30 / 1976

RCA (10857 “Moody Blue”) $20-$25 / 1976

RCA (10998 “Way Down”) $15-$20 / 1977

RCA (11099 thru 11113) $4-$6 / 1977
(Sleeves in this series were originally packaged in either RCA 11301 and/or 11340, both 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)

RCA (11165 “My Way”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Cardboard stock cover. Canadian)

RCA (11212 “Unchained Melody”) $10-$20 / 1978
(Cardboard stock cover. Canadian)

RCA (11320 “Teddy Bear”) $8-$12 / 1978

RCA (11533 “Are You Sincere”) $8-$12 / 1979

RCA (11679 “I Got a Feelin’ in My Body”) $8-$12 / 1979

RCA (12158 “Guitar Man”) $8-$12 / 1981

RCA (13058 “There Goes My Everything”) $20-$25 / 1982

RCA (13302 “The Impossible Dream”) $75-$100 / 1982
(Promo souvenir, available one day –  August 16, 1982 – only at Elvis’ Birthplace in Tupelo. 7,500 made)

RCA (13351 “The Elvis Medley”) $10-$15 / 1982

RCA (13500 “I Was the One”) $5-$10 / 1983

RCA (13547 “Little Sister”) $10-$20 / 1983

RCA (13875 “Baby, Let’s Play House”) $10-$20 / 1984

RCA (13885 thru 13896) $3-$5 / 1984
(Sleeves in this series were originally packaged in RCA 13897 and 13898, Golden Singles)

RCA (13929 “Blue Suede Shoes”) $10-$15 / 1984

RCA (14090 “Always on My Mind”) $5-$10 / 1985

RCA (14237 “Merry Christmas Baby”) $10-$15 / 1985

Notes: There may be slight price differences for assorted variations in colors and paper stock used. Often, the difference is simply which one is needed to complete a run. Regardless, sleeve variations within the price range given do not require separate listings. If the value varies beyond the given range, a separate listing will be added. Sleeves for the RCA “447” Gold Standard Series are listed in a separate section following the Gold Standard Singles. A slight premium – perhaps $3 to $5 – may be placed on RCA’s “Living Stereo” paper sleeves. These were used for many different RCA stereo singles and were not exclusively an Elvis item.


Gold Standard Singles with “447” prefix
(Commercial)

RCA (0600 thru 0642) $20-$30 / 1959-1964
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (0600 thru 0642) $40-$60 / 1965-1966
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (0600 thru 0642) $150-$250 / 1968-1969
(Orange label)

RCA (0600 thru 0642) $10-$20 / 1970-1974
(Red label)

RCA (0600 thru 0642) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0643 “Crying in the Chapel”) $20-$30 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (0643 “Crying in the Chapel”) $10-$20 / 1970s
(Red label)

RCA (0643 “Crying in the Chapel”) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0644 thru 0646) $30-$40 / 19 65
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (0644 thru 0646) $40-$50 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side

RCA (0644 thru 0646) $150-$250 / 1968-1969
(Orange label)

RCA (0644 thru 0646) $10-$20 / 1970-1974
(Red label)

RCA (0644 thru 0646) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0647 thru 0650) $25-$35 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (0647 thru 0650) $150-$250 / 1968-1969
(Orange label)

RCA (0647 thru 0650) $10-$20 / 1970-1974
(Red label)

RCA (0647 thru 0650) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0651 “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho”) $40-$50 / 1966
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (0651 “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho”) $30-$40 / 1970s
(Red label)

RCA (0651 “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho”) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0652 “Milky White Way”) $40-$50 / 1966
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (0652 “Milky White Way”) $30-$40 / 1970s
(Red label)

RCA (0652 “Milky White Way”) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0653 thru 0658) $40-$50 / 1966-1968
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (0653 thru 0658) $200-$300 / 1968-1969
(Orange label)

RCA (0653 thru 0658) $10-$20 / 1970-1974
(Red label)

RCA (0653 thru 0658) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0659 “Indescribably Blue”) $150-$250 / 1968
(Orange label)

RCA (0659 “Indescribably Blue”) $10-$20 / 1970
(Red label)

RCA (0660 “Long Legged Girl”) $35-$45 / 1970
(Red label)

RCA (0661 “Judy”) $20-$30 / 1970
(Red label)

RCA (0662 “Big Boss Man”) $10-$20 / 1970
(Red label)

RCA (0662 “Big Boss Man”) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0663 thru 0685) $20-$30 / 1970-1973
(Red label)

RCA (0663 thru 0685) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (0720 “Blue Christmas”) $15-$20 / 1964
(Black label, dog on top)


Gold Standard Singles with “GB” prefix
(Commercial)

RCA (10156 thru 10489) $20-$30 / 1975-1976
(Red label)

RCA (10156 thru 10489) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (11326 thru 13275) $3-$5 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)

Gold Standard promotional singles are in numerical sequence in the section for Promotional Singles.


Gold Standard Picture Sleeves

RCA (0601 “That’s All Right”) $250-$300 / 1964

RCA (0602 “Good Rockin’ Tonight”) $250-$300 / 1964

RCA (0605 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $250-$300 / 1964

RCA (0608 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $250-$300 / 1964

RCA (0618 “All Shook Up”) $250-$300 / 1964

RCA (0639 “Kiss Me Quick”) $50-$75 / 1964

RCA (0643 “Crying in the Chapel”) $20-$30 / 1965

RCA (0647 “Blue Christmas”) $40-$50 / 1965
(Pictures Elvis on a Christmas card among wrapped gifts)

RCA (0647 “Blue Christmas”) $8-$10 / 1977
(Pictures Elvis in a circle among colored ornaments)

RCA (0650 “Puppet on a String”) $40-$50 / 1965

RCA (0651 “Joshua Fit the Battle”) $250-$300 / 1966

RCA (0652 “Milky White Way”) $250-$300 / 1966

RCA (0651 & 0652 “Special Easter Programming Kit”) $1000-$1500 / 1966
(Picture sleeve-mailer. Contained both 1966 Easter singles, Joshua Fit the Battle and Milky White Way in their sleeves and an Easter greeting card from Elvis. Price is for the complete kit)

RCA (0651 & 0652 “Special Easter Programming Kit”) $800-$1000 / 1966
(Picture sleeve-mailer only)

RCA (0720 “Blue Christmas”) $50-$75 / 1964


Promotional Singles

CREATIVE RADIO (“Elvis 10th Anniversary”/ “The Elvis Hour”) $15-$20 / 1987
(Demonstration disc, promoting the syndicated 10th anniversary radio special)

CREATIVE RADIO (“Memories of Elvis”/ “The Elvis Hour”) $15-$20 / 1987
(Demonstration disc, promoting the syndicated 10th anniversary radio special)

CREATIVE RADIO (“Nearer My God to Thee”) $10-2$0 / 1989
(Promotional souvenir only. Issued as a bonus single with the LP, Between Takes with Elvis)

CREATIVE RADIO (“Mystery Train”) $5-$10 / 1992
(Single-sided demonstration disc, taken from the syndicated 15th anniversary radio special)

PARAMOUNT PICTURES (“Easy Come, Easy Go”) $800-$1000 / 1967
(Issued only to select theaters, designed for lobby play. Label does not identify Elvis as the singer)

PARAMOUNT PICTURES (1800 “Blue Hawaii”) $800-$1000 / 1961
(Single-sided pressing. Issued only to select theaters, designed for lobby play. Has excerpts of songs from the film. Label does not identify Elvis as the singer)

PARAMOUNT PICTURES (2017 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $800-$1000 / 1964
(Issued only to select theatres, designed for lobby play. Label does not identify Elvis as the singer)

PARAMOUNT PICTURES (2413 “Roustabout”) $2000-$3000 / 1964
(Issued only to select theaters, designed for lobby play. Track is an alternative take. Label does not identify Elvis as the singer)

RCA (“Aloha from Hawaii”) $400-$600 / 1977
(Picture disc. Experimental only. Music is by unidentified artists)

RCA (15 “Old Shep”) $800-$1000 / 1956
(White label. Single-sided. Counterfeits exist, but their identification numbers are engraved in the vinyl trail-off. Originals have those numbers machine stamped)

RCA (76 “Don’t”/”Wear My Ring Around Your Neck”) $800-$1000 / 1960
(Black label. Dog on top. Issued with special sleeve, listed in the Picture Sleeves section)

RCA (0088 “Raised on Rock”) $25-$30 / 1973
(Yellow label)

RCA (118 “King of the Whole Wide World”) $200-$300 / 1962
(White label. Issued with a special sleeve, which is listed in the Picture Sleeves section. Includes “Deejay Notes from RCA Victor” one-page insert)

RCA (0130 “How Great Thou Art”) $100-$200 / 1969
(Yellow label)

RCA (139 “Roustabout”) $250-$300 / 1964
(White label)

RCA (162 “How Great Thou Art”) $150-$250 / 1967
(White label. Issued with a special sleeve, listed in the Picture Sleeves section)

RCA (0196 “Take Good Care of Her”) $25-$30 / 1974
(Yellow label)

RCA (0280 “If You Talk in Your Sleep”) $25-$30 / 1974
(Yellow label)

RCA (0572 “Merry Christmas Baby”) $40-$50 / 1971
(Yellow label)

RCA (0601 “That’s All Right”) $100-$150 / 1964
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0602 “Good Rockin’ Tonight”) $100-$150 / 1964
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0605 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $100-$150 / 1964
(White label Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0608 “Don’t Be Cruel”) $100-$150 / 1964
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0618 “All Shook Up”) $100-$150 / 1964
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0619 “Until It’s Time for You to Go”) $30-$40 / 1972
(Yellow label)

RCA (0639 “Kiss Me Quick”) $40-$50 / 1964
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0643 “Crying in the Chapel”) $40-$50 / 1965
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0647 “Blue Christmas”) $40-$50 / 1965
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0650 “Puppet on a String”) $40-$50 / 1965
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0651 “He Touched Me”) $100-$150 / 1972
(Yellow label)

RCA (0651 “Joshua Fit the Battle”) $150-$200 / 1966
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0652 “Milky White Way”) $150-$200 / 1966
(White label. See Gold Standard Picture Sleeves section for special mailing sleeve used with 0651 and 0652)

RCA (0672 “An American Trilogy”) $40-$50 / 1972
(Yellow label)

RCA (0720 “Blue Christmas”) $40-$50 / 1964
(White label. Gold Standard Series)

RCA (0769 “Burning Love”) $20-$30 / 1972
(Yellow label)

RCA (0808 “Blue Christmas”) $2000-$3000 / 1957
(White label. Identification number shown since no selection number is used)

RCA (0815 “Separate Ways”) $20-$30 / 1972
(Yellow label)

RCA (0910 “Fool”) $20-$30 / 1973
(Yellow label)

RCA (6357 “Mystery Train”) $300-$400 / 1955
(White “Record Prevue” label. Add $50 to $100 if with Dee Jay Digest Vol 2, No. 50, dated Dec. 2, 1955 – a four-page RCA record newsletter)

RCA (7000 “Teddy Bear”) $3500-$4000 / 1957
(Red vinyl. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (7035 “Jailhouse Rock”) $3500-$4000 / 1957
(Gold label, gold vinyl. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (8360 “Viva Las Vegas”) $40-$50 / 1964
(White label)

RCA (8400 “Such a Night”) $6000-$8000 / 1964
(White label)

RCA (8440 “Ask Me”) $40-$50 / 1964
(White label)

RCA (8500 “Do the Clam”) $40-$50 / 1965
(White label)

RCA (8585 “Easy Question”) $40-$50 / 1965
(White label)

RCA (8657 “I’m Yours”) $40-$50 / 1965
(White label)

RCA (8740 “Tell Me Why”) $40-$50 / 1965
(White label)

RCA (8780 “Frankie & Johnny”) $40-$50 / 1966
(White label)

RCA (8870 “Love Letters”) $40-$50 / 1966
(White label)

RCA (8941 “Spinout”) $40-$50 / 1966
(White label)

RCA (8950 “If Everyday Was Like Christmas”) $40-$50 / 1966
(White label)

RCA (9056 “Indescribably Blue”) $40-$50 / 1967
(White label)

RCA (9115 “Long Legged Girl”) $50-$75 / 1967
(White label)

RCA (9287 “Judy”) $40-$50 / 1967
(White label)

RCA (9341 “Big Boss Man”) $40-$50 / 1967
(White label)

RCA (9425 “Guitar Man”) $40-$50 / 1968
(Yellow label)

RCA (9465 “U.S. Male”) $40-$50 / 1968
(Yellow label)

RCA (9547 “Your Time Hasn’t Come Yet Baby”) $40-$50 / 1968
(Yellow label)

RCA (9600 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”) $40-$50 / 1968
(Yellow label)

RCA (9610 “A Little Less Conversation”) $40-$50 / 1968
(Yellow label)

RCA (9670 “If I Can Dream”) $40-$50 / 1968
(Yellow label)

RCA (9731 “Memories”) $40-$50 / 1969
(Yellow label)

RCA (9741 “In the Ghetto”) $30-$40 / 1969
(Yellow label)

RCA (9747 “Clean Up Your Own Back Yard”) $30-$40 / 1969
(Yellow label)

RCA (9764 “Suspicious Minds”) $30-$40 / 1969
(Yellow label)

RCA (9768 “Don’t Cry Daddy”) $30-$40 / 1969
(Yellow label)

RCA (9791 “Kentucky Rain”) $30-$40 / 1970
(Yellow label)

RCA (9835 “The Wonder of You”) $30-$40 / 1970
(Yellow label)

RCA (9873 “I’ve Lost You”) $30-$40 / 1970
(Yellow label)

RCA (9916 “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me”) $20-$30 / 1970
(Yellow label)

RCA (9960 “I Really Don’t Want to Know”) $20-$30 / 1970
(Yellow label)

RCA (9980 “Rags to Riches”) $20-$30 / 1071
(Yellow label)

RCA (9985 “Life”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Yellow label)

RCA (9998 “I’m Leavin’ “) $30-$40 / 1971
(Yellow label)

RCA (10074 “Promised Land”) $20-$30 / 1974
(Yellow label)

RCA (10191 “My Boy”) $40-$50 / 1975
(Yellow label)

RCA (10278 “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”) $40-$50 / 1975
(Yellow label)

RCA (10401 “Bringing It Back”) $20-$30 / 1975
(Yellow label)

RCA (10601 “For the Heart”) $20-$30 / 1976
(Yellow label)

RCA (10700 “Don’cha Think It’s Time”) $3000-$4000 / 1976
(Experimental only. Made when RCA was testing a process whereby the label information is actually stamped right into the vinyl itself, rather than printed on paper and affixed to the disc during the stamping procedure. Though the vinyl contains the 1958 Elvis tune on both sides, “labels” used in this experiment are for One for the Money, by the Whispers – a summer ’76 hit)

RCA (10700 “What’d I Say”) $3000-$4000 / 1976
(Experimental only. Though the vinyl contains the 1964 Elvis tune on both sides, “labels” used in this experiment are for One for the Money, by the Whispers – a summer ’76 hit)

RCA (10857 “Moody Blue”) $20-$30 / 1976
(Yellow label. Black vinyl)

RCA (10857 “Moody Blue”) $1000-$1500 / 1977
(Experimental colored vinyl pressings. Not intended for distribution. Colors include red, white, gold, blue and green. Price is for any of these)

RCA (10951 “Let Me Be There”) $200-$300 / 1977
(Yellow label)

RCA (10998 “Way Down”) $200-$250 / 1977
(White label)

RCA (10998 “Way Down”) $20-$30 / 1977
(Yellow label)

RCA (11165 “My Way”) $20-$30 / 1977
(Yellow label)

RCA (11212 “Unchained Melody”) $10-$20 / 1978
(Yellow label)

RCA (11320 “Teddy Bear”) $10-$15 / 1978
(Yellow label)

RCA (11533 “Are You Sincere”) $10-$15 / 1979
(Yellow label)

RCA (11679 “I Got a Feelin’ in My Body”) $10-$15 / 1979
(Yellow label)

RCA (12158 “Guitar Man”) $10-$20 / 1981
(Light yellow label. Black vinyl)

RCA (12158 “Guitar Man”) $150-$200 / 1981
(Mustard yellow label. Red vinyl)

RCA (12205 “Lovin’ Arms”) $10-$15 / 1981
(Light yellow label. Black vinyl)

RCA (12205 “Lovin’ Arms”) $250-$300 / 1981
(Yellow label. Green vinyl)

RCA (13058 “There Goes My Everything”) $10-$15 / 1982
(Yellow label)

RCA (13302 “The Impossible Dream”) $75-$100 / 1982
(Gold label. Promotional souvenir, available one day –  August 16, 1982 – only at Elvis’ Birthplace in Tupelo. 7,500 made)

RCA (13351 “Elvis Medley”) $10-$15 / 1982
(Yellow label. Black vinyl)

RCA (13351 “Elvis Medley”) $75-$125 / 1982
(Gold label. Gold vinyl)

RCA (13500 “I Was the One”) $10-$15 / 1983
(Yellow label. Black vinyl)

RCA (13500 “I Was the One”) $150-$200 / 1983
(Yellow label. Gold vinyl)

RCA (13547 “Little Sister”) $10-$15      83
(Yellow label. Black vinyl)

RCA (13547 “Little Sister”) $250-$300 / 1983
(Blue label. Blue vinyl)

RCA (13875 “Baby, Let’s Play House”) $350-$400 / 1984
(Gold label on Baby Let’s Play House and white label on Hound Dog. Gold vinyl)

RCA (13875 “Baby, Let’s Play House”) $75-$100 / 1984
(Gold label on both sides. Neither side indicates mono or stereo. Gold vinyl)

RCA (13875 “Baby, Let’s Play House”) $40-$50 / 1984
(Gold label on both sides. Both sides shown as “Stereo.” Gold vinyl)

RCA (13929 “Blue Suede Shoes) $15-$20 / 1984
(Gold label. Blue vinyl. Blue Suede Shoes shown as stereo and Promised Land shown as mono)

RCA (13929 “Blue Suede Shoes) $8-$12 / 1984
(Gold label. Blue vinyl. Blue Suede Shoes shown as mono and Promised Land shown as stereo)

RCA (14090 “Always on My Mind”) $30-$40 / 1985
(Gold label. Purple vinyl)

RCA (14237 “Merry Christmas Baby”)  $8-$10 / 1985
(Gold label. Green vinyl)

Note: Elvis 50th Anniversary singles – RCA 13875 through 14237 – used the same gold label for both commercial and promotional issues. Promo singles have “Not For Sale” printed on the label.

RCA (4-834-115 “I’ll Be Back”) $6000-$8000 / 1966
(White label. Single-sided disc. Reads “For Special Academy Consideration Only.” Made for submission to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences)

ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE LINES (12690 “Follow That Dream – Take 2”) $10-$15 / 1990
(Souvenir disc for Elvis cruise passengers)

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

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

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT (1840 “Elvis Presley”) $70-$75 / 1980

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT (3025 “Elvis Presley”) $50-$60 / 1982

Note: Plastic soundsheets and flexi-discs are listed in a separate section that follows. Promotional 78s are included with Singles: 78 rpm, at the beginning of the Presley section.


Plastic Soundsheets/Flexi-discs

EVA-TONE (38713 “Elvis Speaks! The Truth About Me”) $30-$40
(Eva-Tone number is not on label but is etched in the trail-off)

EVA-TONE (52578 “The King Is Dead Long Live the King”) $50-1$00 / 1978
(Yellow vinyl)

EVA-TONE (831942 “50,000,000 Elvis Fans Weren’t Wrong!”) $5-$10 / 1983
(Red vinyl)

EVA-TONE (726771 “The Elvis Presley Story”) $10-$15 / 1977

EVA-TONE (1037710 “Elvis Live”) $25-$30 / 1978
(Price for magazine, titled Collector’s Issue, with bound-in sound-sheet)

EVA-TONE (1037710 “Elvis Live”) $10-$15 / 1978
(Price for sound-sheet only)

EVA-TONE (1227785 “Thompson Vocal Eliminator”) $15-$20 / 1978
(Has segments of songs by three artists including Elvis)

EVA-TONE (10287733 “Elvis: Six Hour Special”) $10-1$5 / 1977

EVA-TONE/RCA (“Love Me Tender”) $25-$35 / 1974
(Price for April 1974 issue of Teen Magazine with bound-in sound-sheet)

EVA-TONE/RCA (“Love Me Tender”) $15-$25 / 1974
(Price for sound-sheet only)

LYNCHBURG AUDIO (“The Truth About Me”) $125-$150 / 1956
(Lynchburg Audio number is not on label but is etched in the trail-off)

RAINBO (“Elvis Speaks, in Person”) $300-$400 / 1956
(Price for magazine, Elvis Answers Back, with 78 rpm flexi-disc still attached to front cover)

RAINBO (“Elvis Speaks, in Person”) $100-$150 / 1956
(Price for flexi-disc only)

RAINBO (“The Truth About Me”) $300-$400 / 1956
(Price for magazine, Elvis Answers Back, with 78rpm paper flexi-disc still attached to front cover)

RAINBO (“The Truth About Me”) $100-$150 / 1956
(Price for flexi-disc only)

RAINBO (“Elvis Show”) $200-$300 / 1956
(Promo issue for a June 3, 1956 concert)

Note: All sound-sheets and flexi-discs were used for some type of promotional purpose.


EPs: 7–inch
(Commercial and Promotional)

MEMPHIS FLASH (92444 “Elvis – My Life”) $50-$75 / 1978
(Two 7-inch picture discs in gatefold, die-cut cover. Spoken word content from interviews, etc. “Collector Series” number on front cover. Reportedly 3,000 made)

MOTION PICTURE SERVICE (1208 “Hit of the Month Records”) $300-$500 / 1955
(Made for Army and Air Force use. Issued with plain paper sleeve)

RCA (15 “Title Not Known”) $800-$1000 / 1955
(Exact title, if one, not yet known to us. SPD-15 is a set of 10 EPs. May be found with either black or gray labels. Presumably packaged in a box with inserts; however, this has not been verified. A complete set would easily top $7,500. For just the Elvis disc from this set, see RCA 9089)

RCA (19 “The Sound of Leadership”) $1800-$2200 / 1956
(Boxed eight-EP set. Includes box, four-page booklet and nine separator inserts. Promo issue only. For just the Elvis EP from this set, see RCA 9113)

RCA (22 “Elvis Presley”) $2000-$3000 / 1956
(May have “Elvis” in either light or dark pink letters on front cover. Two-EP bonus promotional item. Discs are numbered 9121 & 9122)

RCA (23 “Elvis Presley”) $4000-$5000 / 1956
(Three-EP bonus promotional item. Includes “How to Use and Enjoy Your RCA Victor Elvis Presley Autograph Automatic 45 Victrola Portable Phonograph,” which represents $75 to $100 of the value. Discs are numbered 9123, 9124 & 9125)

RCA (26 “Great Country/Western Hits”) $500-$600 / 1956
(Boxed 10-EP set. Includes box and separator inserts. Includes tracks by other artists. Promo issue only. For just the Elvis EP from this set, see RCA 9141)

RCA (27 “Save-On Records: Bulletin for June”) $400-$500 / 1956
(Includes paper sleeve. Promo mail-order only offer. Has tracks by other artists)

RCA (37 “Perfect for Parties Highlight Album”) $125-$150 / 1956
(Includes paper sleeve. Promo mail-order only offer. Has tracks by other artists)

RCA (39 “Dealers’ Prevue”) $2500-$3000      57
(Includes envelope/sleeve. Includes tracks by other artists. Promo issue only)

RCA (39 “Dealers’ Prevue”) $800-$1000 / 1957
(Disc only, without envelope/sleeve)

RCA (61 “Untitled EP Sampler”) $1000-$1500 / 1957
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (121 “RCA Family Record Center”) $1000-$2000 / 1962
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (128 “Elvis by Request”) $75-$100 / 1961

RCA (747 “Elvis Presley”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in white text on black stripe across top of front cover)

RCA (747 “Elvis Presley”) $75-$100  1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in black text on white across top of front cover)

RCA (747 “Elvis Presley”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog)

RCA (747 “Elvis Presley”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (747 “Elvis Presley”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (747 “Blue Suede Shoes”) $1500-$2000 / 1956
(Temporary paper sleeve for 1956 issue of EPA-747. Price is for sleeve only)

RCA (821 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in white text on black stripe across top of front cover)

RCA (821 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in black text on white across top of front cover)

RCA (821 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog)

RCA (821 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (821 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (830 “Elvis Presley”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in white text on black stripe across top of front cover)

RCA (830 “Elvis Presley”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in black text on white across top of front cover)

RCA (830 “Elvis Presley”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog)

RCA (830 “Elvis Presley”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (830 “Elvis Presley”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (940 “The Real Elvis”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in white text on black stripe across top of front cover)

RCA (940 “The Real Elvis”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in black text on white across top of front cover)

RCA (940 “The Real Elvis”) $200-$300 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Does NOT have “Elvis Presley” credited as the singer. Has song title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (940 “The Real Elvis”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog. Reissued as Gold Standard 5120)

RCA (965 “Any Way You Want Me”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in white text on black stripe across top of front cover)

RCA (965 “Any Way You Want Me”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in black text on white across top of front cover)

RCA (965 “Any Way You Want Me”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog.)

RCA (965 “Any Way You Want Me”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (965 “Any Way You Want Me”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (992 “Elvis, Vol. 1”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in white text on black stripe across top of front cover)

RCA (992 “Elvis, Vol. 1”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in black text on white across top of front cover)

RCA (992 “Elvis, Vol. 1”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog)

RCA (992 “Elvis, Vol. 1”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (992 “Elvis, Vol. 1”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (993 “Elvis, Vol. 2”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has song title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (993 “Elvis, Vol. 2”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog)

RCA (993 “Elvis, Vol. 2”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (993 “Elvis, Vol. 2”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (994 “Strictly Elvis”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in white text on black stripe across top of front cover)

RCA (994 “Strictly Elvis”) $75-$100 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has songs in black text on white across top of front cover)

RCA (994 “Strictly Elvis”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog)

RCA (994 “Strictly Elvis”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (994 “Strictly Elvis”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (1023 “Pop Transcribed Spot”) $400-$600 / 1957
(Price for disc only. No sleeve or special cover exists for this disc. Has 30-second radio spots for various RCA releases, including two spots for Elvis’ Christmas Album. Identification number, H08W-1023, shown since no selection number is used. Promo issue only)

RCA (1254 “Elvis Presley”) $300-$400 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Two EP set)

RCA (1254 “Elvis Presley”) $500-$600 / 1956
(Black label, without dog. Two EP set)

RCA (1254 “Most Talked-About New Personality”) $4000-$6000 / 1956
(Two EPs, also numbered 0793 & 0794, in a single pocket paper sleeve. Promotional issue only. Includes a copy of Dee-Jay Digest, which represents $300 to $500 of the value)

RCA (1254 “Most Talked-About New Personality”) $1000-$2000 / 1956
(Price for the two EPs without the sleeve. Either disc would be worth about half the amount shown for both. Discs, numbered 0793 & 0794, are untitled. Promo issue only)

RCA (1-1515 “Loving You, Vol. 1”) $100-$125 / 1957
(Black label, dog on top. Has song title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (1-1515 “Loving You, Vol. 1”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (1-1515 “Loving You, Vol. 1”) $100-$150 / 1968
(Orange label)

RCA (2-1515 “Loving You, Vol. 2”) $100-$125 / 1957
(Black label, dog on top. Has song title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (2-1515 “Loving You, Vol. 2”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (2-1515 “Loving You, Vol. 2”) $100-$150 / 1968
(Orange label)

RCA (2006 “Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite”) $150-$200 / 1974
(Includes sheet of 10 title strips. Made for juke box operators only)

RCA (4006 “Love Me Tender”) $50-$100 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Without song title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (4006 “Love Me Tender”) $100-$125 / 1956
(Black label, dog on top. Has song title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (4006 “Love Me Tender”) $250-$300 / 1956
(Black label, without dog. Has song title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (4006 “Love Me Tender”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4006 “Love Me Tender”) $100-$150 / 1968
(Orange label)

RCA (4041 “Just for You”) $100-$125 / 1957
(Black label, dog on top. Has EP title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (4041 “Just for You”) $250-$300 / 1957
(Black label, without dog. Has EP title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (4041 “Just for You”)  $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4041 “Just for You”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4054 “Peace in the Valley”) $100-$125 / 1957
(Black label, dog on top. Has EP title strip across the top of front cover. Reissued as Gold Standard 5121)

RCA (4108 “Elvis Sings Christmas Songs”) $100-$125 / 1957
(Black label, dog on top. Has EP title strip across the top of front cover)

RCA (4108 “Elvis Sings Christmas Songs”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4108 “Elvis Sings Christmas Songs”) $150-$200 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4114 “Jailhouse Rock”) $100-$125 / 1957
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (4114 “Jailhouse Rock”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4114 “Jailhouse Rock”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4319 “King Creole”) $100-$125 / 1958
(Reissued as Gold Standard 5122)

RCA (4321 “King Creole, Vol. 2”) $100-$125 / 1958
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (4321 “King Creole, Vol. 2”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4321 “King Creole, Vol. 2”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4325 “Elvis Sails”) $100-$150 / 1958
(Reissued as Gold Standard 5157)

RCA (4340 “Christmas with Elvis”) $200-$300 / 1958
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (4340 “Christmas with Elvis”) $150-$250 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4340 “Christmas with Elvis”) $200-$300 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4368 “Follow That Dream”) $75-$100 / 1962
(Black label, dog on top. No playing times are shown on cover. Playing times are incorrectly listed on cover for three of the four tracks: Follow That Dream shown as 1:35, should be 1:38; Angel shown as 2:35, should be 2:40; and I’m Not the Marrying Kind shown as 1:49, should be 2:00)

RCA (4368 “Follow That Dream”) $75-$125 / 1962
(Black label, dog on top. All playing times are correctly shown on cover)

RCA (4368 “Follow That Dream”) $150-$250 / 1962
(Special paper sleeve, issued to radio stations and juke box operators. Promo issue only Price is for sleeve only.)

RCA (4368 “Follow That Dream”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4368 “Follow That Dream”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4371 “Kid Galahad”) $100-$125 / 1962
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (4371 “Kid Galahad”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4371 “Kid Galahad”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4382 “Viva Las Vegas”) $100-$125 / 1964
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (4382 “Viva Las Vegas”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4382 “Viva Las Vegas”) $150-$200 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4383 “Tickle Me”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side. Reads “Coming Soon! Special Elvis Anniversary LP Album” at bottom on front cover)

RCA (4383 “Tickle Me”) $100-$125 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side. Reads “Ask for Special Elvis Anniversary LP Album” at bottom on front cover)

RCA (4383 “Tickle Me”) $125-$150 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side. No mention of “Special Elvis Anniversary LP”)

RCA (4383 “Tickle Me”) $400-$500 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (4387 “Easy Come, Easy Go”) $100-$150 / 1967
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (4387 “Easy Come, Easy Go”) $200-$250 / 1967
(White label. Promo issue only)

RCA (5088 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. I”) $500-$600 / 1959
(Maroon label. Cover as “A Touch Gold” on three separate lines, and “Of” on the left of the other text, dangling midway between two lines)

RCA (5088 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. I”) $400-$500 / 1959
(Maroon label. Cover as “A Touch of Gold” on four separate lines)

RCA (5088 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. I”) $200-$300 / 1959
(Black label, dog on top. Cover as “A Touch Gold” on three separate lines, and “Of” on the left of the other text, dangling midway between two lines)

RCA (5088 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. I”) $100-$200 / 1959
(Black label, dog on top. Cover as “A Touch of Gold” on four separate lines)
Note: Add $25 to $50 if with “I am a loyal Elvis fan” insert card.

RCA (5088 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. I”) $100-$200 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (5088 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. I”) $200-$300 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (5101 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. II”) $500-$600 / 1959
(Maroon label)

RCA (5101 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. II”) $100-$200 / 1959
(Black label, dog on top. Add $25 to $50 if with “I am a loyal Elvis fan” insert card)

RCA (5101 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. II”) $100-$200 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (5101 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. II”) $200-$300 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (5120 “The Real Elvis”) $700-$800 / 1959
(Maroon label. Reissue of 940)

RCA (5120 “The Real Elvis”) $100-$150 / 1959
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (5120 “The Real Elvis”) $75-$125 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (5120 “The Real Elvis”) $100-$200 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (5121 “Peace in the Valley”) $500-$750 / 1959
(Maroon label. Reissue of 4054)

RCA (5121 “Peace in the Valley”) $50-$75 / 1959
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (5121 “Peace in the Valley”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (5121 “Peace in the Valley”) $100-$200 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (5122 “King Creole”) $100-$125 / 1959
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (5122 “King Creole”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (5122 “King Creole”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (5141 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. 3”) $600-$800 / 1960
(Maroon label)

RCA (5141 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. 3”) $300-$400 / 1960
(Black label, dog on top)

RCA (5141 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. 3”) $200-$300 / 1965
(Black label, dog on side)

RCA (5141 “A Touch of Gold, Vol. 3”) $300-$400 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (5157 “Elvis Sails”) $100-$200 / 1965
(Black label, dog on top. Reissue of 4325)

RCA (5157 “Elvis Sails”) $200-$300 / 1969
(Orange label)

RCA (8705 “TV Guide Presents Elvis”) $1000-$1500 / 1956
(Price for disc only. Insert sheets are priced separately below. No sleeve or special cover exists for this disc. Promo issue only)

RCA (8705 “TV Guide Presents Elvis”) $200-$300 / 1956
(Price for “Elvis Exclusively” gray insert)

RCA (8705 “TV Guide Presents Elvis”) $200-$300 / 1956
(Price for Elvis Exclusively pink insert, with suggested continuity)

RCA (9089 “SPD-15 Elvis EP”) $400-$500 / 1956
(Black label. Just the Elvis disc from SPD-15)

RCA (9089 “SPD-15 Elvis EP”) $400-$500 / 1956
(Gray label. The Elvis disc from SPD-15. Gray label pressings were for juke box operators)

RCA (9113/9114 “SPD-19 Elvis EP”) $300-$400 / 1956
(The Elvis disc from SPD-19, The Sound of Leadership)

RCA (9141 “SPD-26 Elvis EP”) $75-$125 / 1956
(Black label. The Elvis disc from SPD-15, Great Country/Western Hits)

RCA (64476 “Heartbreak Hotel”) $10-$15 / 1996
(Issued with paper sleeve)

SHOW-LAND (1001 “The Beginning of Elvis”) $60-$80 / 1979

TUPPERWARE (11973 “Tupperware’s Hit Parade”) $50-$75 / 1973
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

Notes: Unless listed and priced separately, all EP values include both disc and cover with approximately half of the total attached to each. Some of the rarer pieces that are often traded individually (disc or sleeve), as well as those sleeves that have an exceptionally higher value than their disc, are listed separately in this section. All EPs in the 5000 series are Gold Standard Series issues although none are identified as such on the labels, only on the covers. Remember, if you don’t find the EP in this section it may contain two, three or four artists, and will be listed following the Presley LP section.


LPs: 10/12–inch
(Commercial and Promotional)

ABC RADIO (1003 “Elvis Memories”) $400-$500 / 1978
(Boxed, three-disc set. Add $25 to $50 if with 16-page programmer’s booklet and four pages of added information. Issued only to radio stations. Add $40 to $50 if with 7-inch reel tape, with spots and promo announcements. Program Highlights issue on Michelob 810)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (1001 “Legend of a King”) $125-$150 / 1980
(White label. Advance pressing)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (1001 “Legend of a King”) $50-$75 / 1980
(Picture disc. First pressings are numbered from 3000 through 6000. Number appears under “Side One” on the disc itself. Cover is standard, die-cut, picture disc cover. Has several spelling errors on back cover, including “idle” for idol and “Jordinaires” instead of Jordanaires)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (1001 “Legend of a King”) $30-$50 / 1980
(Picture disc. Second pressings are numbered from 6001 through 9000. Most of the spelling errors were corrected on this cover)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (1001 “Legend of a King”) $25-$30 / 1980
(Picture disc. Third pressings are numbered from 00001 through 02999 and 09001 through 15000. Cover errors have all been corrected)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (1001 “Legend of a King”) $15-$20 / 1984
(Picture disc. Fourth pressings are also numbered from 3000 through 6000, but were packaged in a clear plastic sleeve instead of a conventional cover)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (1001 “Legend of a King”) $8-$15 / 1985
(Picture disc. Discs are not numbered. Packaged in a plastic sleeve)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (“Legend of a King”) $200-$250 / 1985
(Three-hour, three-disc set. Not boxed. Price includes six pages of cue sheets. Available to radio stations only)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (“Legend of a King”) $300-$350 / 1985
(Same as above, but packaged in a specially printed box)

ASSOCIATED BROADCASTERS (“Legend of a King”) $300-$350 / 1986
(Boxed, three-disc set, same as above except time on segment 1-B is increased from 14:25 to 15:15 in order to include a Johnny Bernero interview)

ASSOCIATED PRESS (1977 “The World in Sound”)  $80-$100 / 1978
(News highlights of 1977, including coverage of Elvis’ death)

BOXCAR (“Having Fun with Elvis on Stage”) $200-$300 / 1974
(No selection number used. Sold in conjunction with Elvis’ concert appearances. Reissued as RCA CPM1-0818)

CAEDMON (1572 “On the Record”) $60-$80 / 1978
(Various news items and artists featured)

CAMDEN (2304 “Flaming Star”) $40-$50 / 1969
(Blue label. Rigid vinyl)

CAMDEN (2304 “Flaming Star”) $20-$25 / 1969
(Blue label. Flexible vinyl)
Note: First issued as RCA PRS-279, reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2304.

CAMDEN (2408 “Let’s Be Friends”) $40-$50 / 1970
(Blue label. Rigid vinyl)

CAMDEN (2408 “Let’s Be Friends”) $20-$25 / 1970
(Blue label. Flexible vinyl)
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2408.

CAMDEN (2428 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $40-$50 / 1070
(Blue label. Rigid Vinyl)

CAMDEN (2428 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $20-$30 / 1970
(Blue label. Flexible Vinyl)
Note: Eight songs on this LP were first issued on RCA LOC-1035. Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2428.

CAMDEN (2440 “Almost in Love”) $40-$50 / 1970
(Blue label. Rigid vinyl. With Stay Away Joe)

CAMDEN (2440 “Almost in Love”) $20-$30 / 1970
(Blue label. Flexible vinyl. With Stay Away Joe)

CAMDEN (2440 “Almost in Love”) $50-$60 / 1973
(Blue label. Rigid vinyl. Stay Away replaces Stay Away Joe)

CAMDEN (2440 “Almost in Love”) $30-$40 / 1973
(Blue label. Flexible vinyl. Stay Away replaces Stay Away Joe)
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2440.

CAMDEN (2472 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Prefix is “CALX”)

CAMDEN (2472 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”) $20-$30 / 1974
(Prefix is “CAL”)
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2472.

CAMDEN (2518 “C’mon Everybody”) $30-$40 / 1971
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2518.

CAMDEN (2533 “I Got Lucky”) $30-$40 / 1971
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2533.

CAMDEN (2567 “Elvis Sings Hits from His Movies”) $20-$30 / 1972
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2567.

CAMDEN (2595 “Burning Love”) $30-$40 / 1972
(Cover has “Special Bonus Photo Inside” at lower left. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 8″ x 10″ Elvis photo)

CAMDEN (2595 “Burning Love”) $15-$25 / 1972
(No mention of “Special Bonus Photo Inside”)
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2595.

CAMDEN (2611 “Separate Ways”) $25-$35 / 1973
(Add $20 if with 3″ x 5″ color greeting card)
Note: Reissued in 1975 as Pickwick 2611.

CREATIVE RADIO (E1 “Elvis Exclusive Interview”) $175-$200 / 1988
(Price for complete 1956 Little Rock concert copies. Only the first 100 copies were pressed with the full concert. The only way to visually identify these is to check the disc. On the full concert pressings, the grooves take up nearly the entire disc)

CREATIVE RADIO (E1 “Elvis Exclusive Interview”) $20-$30 / 1988
(Has edited concert songs. On this pressing the grooves occupy only about two-thirds of the disc)

CREATIVE RADIO (“Between Takes with Elvis”) $150-$250 / 1989
(Three-disc set. Promotional issue only. Though not packaged inside covers¾shrink wrapped at the factory—each LP set came with the bonus single, Nearer My God to Thee/You Gave Me a Molehill)

CURRENT AUDIO MAGAZINE (1 “Elvis: Press Conference”) $50-$60 / 1972
(Includes 8-page, fold-out insert)

EMR ENTERPRISES (8 “The Age of Rock”) $100-$125 / 1969
(Promo issue only)

ELEKTRA (60107 “Diner”) $15-$25 / 1982
(Soundtrack. Two discs)

FRANKLIN MINT (4 “The Official Grammy Award Winners”) $150-$200 / 1985
(Boxed set of four red vinyl discs. One in a series of 14 boxed sets, but only this one [titled The Great Singers] has Elvis. Includes booklet)

GOLDEN EDITIONS LIMITED (1 “The First Year”) $10-$20 / 1979
(Print in upper corners on front cover is in white. Label is black. Add $5 to $8 if with 12-page booklet and one-page copy of the 1954 Elvis/Scotty Moore contract)

GOLDEN EDITIONS LIMITED (101 “The First Year”) $15-$25 / 1979
(Print in upper corners on front cover is in gold. Label is white. Add $5 to $8 if with 12-page booklet and one-page copy of the 1954 Elvis/Scotty Moore contract)
Note: Most of the material on this LP was previously issued on HALW 00001.

GREAT NORTHWEST (4005 “The Elvis Tapes”) $8-$12 / 1977
Note: Repackaged on Starday 995.

GREAT NORTHWEST (4006 “The King Speaks”) $5-$10 / 1977
Note: First issued as Green Valley 2001.

GREEN VALLEY (2001 “Elvis 1961 Press Conference”) $30-$50 / 1977
(Cover is thin, soft stock and does not have black bar on spine. Label does not show selection number)

GREEN VALLEY (2001 “Elvis 1961 Press Conference”) $10-$15 / 1977
(Cover is standard stock and has black bar on spine. Label has the selection number)
Note: Repackaged as one half of Green Valley 2001/2003. Repackaged again as Great Northwest 4006.

GREEN VALLEY (2001/2003 “Elvis Speaks to You”) $25-$30 / 1978
(Two discs. GV-2001 was first issued as a single LP)

HALW (00001 “The First Years”) $25-$30 / 1978
Note: Repackaged in 1979 on Golden Editions 1.

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL PRESENTS ELVIS 1969 $4000-$5000 / 1969
(Custom gift box prepared by Col. Parker and RCA for International Hotel guests. Originally contained: RCA 4088 & 4155, three 8″ x 10″ Elvis photos, RCA Elvis catalog, calendar and a nine-page letter. Price is for complete set but box itself represents 90-95% of value.)

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL PRESENTS ELVIS 1970 $4000-$5000 / 1970
(Custom gift box prepared by Col. Parker and RCA for International Hotel guests. Originally contained: RCA LSP-6020 & 45-9791, one 8″ x 10″ Elvis photo, photo album, RCA Elvis catalog, calendar, menu and letter. Price is for complete set but box itself represents 90-95% of value)

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL PRESENTS ELVIS 1969 or 1970 $3500-$4500 / 1969
(Known as “V.I.P. Box.” Similar contents as described in two preceding listings; however, this box has no printing at top right corner. Thus it may have been used for either engagement. Price is for complete set but box itself represents 90-95% of value)

K-TEL (1101 “Inspirations”) $10-$15

K-TEL (9900 “Elvis Love Songs”) $10-$15 / 1981

LOUISIANA HAYRIDE (3061 “The Beginning Years”) $400-$500 / 1983
(White label advance pressing from RCA, Indianapolis, where this LP was manufactured)

LOUISIANA HAYRIDE (3061 “The Beginning Years”) $15-$25 / 1984
(Price includes 20-page D.J. Fontana Remembers Elvis booklet, a four sheet copy of Elvis’ Hayride contract and a 10″ x 10″ Presleyana, Second Edition flyer, all of which represent about $5 to $10 of the value)
Note: Selections from this LP are also on Music Works 3601 & 3602.

LOUISIANA HAYRIDE (8454 “The Louisiana Hayride”) $500-$700 / 1976
(Yellow label. A program of various artists including Elvis. Issued to radio stations only)

LOUISIANA HAYRIDE (8454 “The Louisiana Hayride”) $300-$350 / 1981
(Gold label. A program of various artists including Elvis)

MFSL (059 “From Elvis in Memphis”) $50-$75 / 1982
Note: First issued as RCA LSP-4155.

MARVENCO (101 “1954-1955, The Beginning”) $20-$30 / 1988
(Pink vinyl. Custom label. Includes: 12-page booklet; Elvis personal management contract; and three-page press release)
Note: Tracks first issued on Golden Editions 101.

MICHELOB (810 “Highlights of Elvis Memories”) $100-$200 / 1978
(A Michelob in-house promo issue only)
Elvis Memories was first issued on ABC Radio 1003.

MUSIC WORKS (3601 “The First Live Recordings”) $20-$30 / 1984
Note: First issued on Louisiana Hayride 3061.

MUSIC WORKS (3602 “Hillbilly Cat”) $20-$30 / 1984
Note: First issued on Louisiana Hayride 3061.

MUTUAL BROADCAST SYSTEM (4082 “The Frantic Fifties”) $400-$500 / 1959
(Various news items and artists featured. Promo issue only)

OAK (1003 “Vintage 1955”) $40-$60 / 1991

PAIR (1010 “Double Dynamite”) $30-$40 / 1982
(Two discs)
Note: First issued as Pickwick 5001.

PAIR (1037 “Remembering Elvis”) $30-$40 / 1983
(Two discs)

PAIR (1185 “Elvis Aron Presley Forever”) $30-$40 / 1988
(Two discs. Number on cover is shown as 111859)

PICKWICK (2304 “Flaming Star”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as RCA 279.

PICKWICK (2408 “Let’s Be Friends”) $8-$10 / 1975
(Black vinyl)
Note: First issued as Camden 2408.

PICKWICK (2408 “Let’s Be Friends”) $750-$1000 / 1970s
(Gold vinyl. Experimental pressing only. There is no colored vinyl commercial or promotional edition of this issue)

PICKWICK (2428 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2428.

PICKWICK (2428 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $30-$40 / 1986
(Has RCA Special Products on label and cover)

PICKWICK (2440 “Almost in Love”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2440.

PICKWICK (2472 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2472.

PICKWICK (2518 “C’mon Everybody”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2518.

PICKWICK (2533 “I Got Lucky”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2533.

PICKWICK (2567 “Elvis Sings Hits from His Movies”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2567.

PICKWICK (2595 “Burning Love”) $10-$15 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2595.

PICKWICK (2611 “Separate Ways”) $8-$10 / 1975
Note: First issued as Camden 2611.

PICKWICK (5001 “Double Dynamite”) $10-$15 / 1975
(Two discs)
Note: Repackaged in 1982 as Pair 1010.

PICKWICK (7007 “Frankie & Johnny”) $8$-10 / 1975
Note: First issued as RCA 3553.

PICKWICK (7064 “Mahalo from Elvis”) $15-$20 / 1978

PREMORE (589 “Early Elvis”) $30-$40 / 1989
(Mail-order album from the Solo Cup Company)

RCA (EPC-1 “Special Christmas Program” Reel Tape) $350-$450 / 1967
(Includes four-page “Elvis Special Christmas Program Script”)
Note: Never issued commercially on disc, all 10–inch red vinyl LPs of this material are bootlegs. The promo LP is listed under RCA 5697.

RCA (TB-1 “Collectors Edition”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Boxed, five-disc set)

RCA (0001 “Robert W. Sarnoff”) $2000-$3000 / 1973
(Promo RCA in-house issue only. Includes tracks by other artists)

RCA (4 “Untitled RCA Sampler”) $1000-$1500 / 1956
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (7 “February Sampler”) $600-$800 / 1959
(Promotional issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Full number: 59-7. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (10 “Untitled RCA Sampler”) $900-$1200 / 1958
(Promotional issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (010 “His Greatest Hits”) $400-$500 / 1979
(White box edition. Boxed, eight-disc set, sold mail-order by Reader’s Digest)

RCA (010 “His Greatest Hits”) $50-$75 / 1983
(Yellow box edition. Boxed, seven-disc set, sold mail-order by Reader’s Digest. See RCA 181 for the bonus LP offered with this set)

RCA (27 “August 1959 Sampler”) $750-$1000 / 1959
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (41 “October Christmas Sampler”) $600-$750 / 1959
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Full number: 59-40-41. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (0056 “Elvis”) $40-$50 / 1973
(Two discs. Mustard color label. Cover shows “Brookville Records” in upper right. A mail-order LP offer)

RCA (0056 “Elvis”) $20-$30 / 1973
(Two discs. Blue label. Cover doesn’t show “Brookville Records.” Mail-order LP offer. Repackaged in 1978 and titled Elvis Commemorative Album)

RCA (0056 “Elvis Commemorative Album”) $75-$100 / 1978
(Black vinyl. Two discs. Price includes a “Registered Certificate of Ownership.” A mail-order LP offer. First titled Elvis, using the same selection number)

RCA (0056 “Elvis Commemorative Album”) $40-$50 / 1978
(Gold vinyl. Two discs. Price includes a “Registered Certificate of Ownership.” A mail-order LP offer. First titled Elvis, using the same selection number)

RCA (66 “Christmas Programming from RCA”) $1000-$1200 / 1959
(Price includes paper sleeve, which represents half the value. Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists.)

RCA (072 “Great Hits of 1956-’57”) $15-$20 / 1987
(Offered as a bonus LP from Reader’s Digest, with the purchase of one of their non-Elvis boxed sets )

RCA (96 “October 1960 Popular Stereo Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1960
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (0108 “E-Z Country No. 2”) $300-$350 / 1955
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Identification number shown since no selection number is used. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (141 “October ’61 Pop Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1961
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (0168 “Elvis in Hollywood”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Two discs. Add $10 to $15 if with 20-page photo booklet. Add $75 to $100 if with yellow sticker reading “2 Record Set – 20 Great Songs Plus Photo Album”)

RCA (181 “Elvis Sings Inspirational Favorites”) $15-$20 / 1983
(Special Products, Reader’s Digest mail-order bonus LP for buyers of the 1983 edition of RCA 010. Price includes 24-page Reader’s Digest Music catalog)

RCA (191 “The Legend Lives On”) $40-$60 / 1986
(Boxed, seven-disc set, sold mail-order by Reader’s Digest. Includes booklet)

RCA (0197 “E-Z Pop No. 6”) $300-$350 / 1956
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Identification number shown since no selection number is used. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (0199 “E-Z Country No. 3”) $300-$350 / 1956
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Identification number shown since no selection number is used. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (219 “September ’63 Pop Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists)

RCA (242 “Country Favorites”) $50-$70 / 1984
(Bonus LP from Reader’s Digest, given with the purchase of their seven-disc boxed set, The Great Country Entertainers, which has no Elvis tracks)

RCA (247 “December ’63 Pop Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (0263 “Elvis Presley Story”) $40-$50 / 1977
(Boxed, five-disc set. Special Products issue. A Candlelite Music mail-order offer)

RCA (0264 “His Songs of Inspiration”) $10-$15 / 1977
(Special Products issue. A Candlelite Music mail-order bonus LP for buyers of RCA 0263)

RCA (272 “April ’64 Pop Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1964
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (279 “Singer Presents Elvis”) $75-$100 / 1968
Note: Reissued in 1969 as Camden 2304 and in 1975 as Pickwick 2304.

RCA (0283 “Elvis [Including Fool]”) $30-$40 / 1973

RCA (331 “April ’65 Pop Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1965
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (0341 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 1”) $15-$25 / 1974
(With die-cut cover. Add $5 to $10 if with The Early Years booklet)

RCA (0341 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 1”) $25-$35 / 1986
(With standard cover¾not die-cut)

RCA (0341 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 1”) $1000-$1500 / 1978
(Picture discs of the 0341 material but with pictures from any of about six different LP covers pressed on the disc. RCA in-house, experimental items)

RCA (347 “August ’65 Pop Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1965
(Promotional issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover.)

RCA (0347 “Memories of Elvis”) $60-$70 / 1978
(Boxed, five-disc set. Special Products issue. A Candlelite Music mail-order offer. Add $8 to $10 if with 16-page booklet and an Elvis print. Not all sets came with the print and booklet)

RCA (0348 “Greatest Show on Earth”) $15-$20 / 1978
(Special Products issue. A Candlelite Music mail-order bonus LP for buyers of RCA 0347)

RCA (0388 “Raised on Rock”) $30-$40 / 1973
(Orange label)

RCA (0388 “Raised on Rock”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (0388 “Raised on Rock”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label)

RCA (403 “April ’66 Pop Sampler”) $500-$750 / 1966
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (0401 RCA Radio Victrola Division Spots”) $1500-$2000 / 1956
(Single-sided disc with four 50-second radio commercials for RCA’s Victrolas, as well as for the SPD-22 and SPD-23 EPs that were offered as a bonus. Elvis is the announcer on all of the spots, which include excerpts of some of his songs. Issued only to radio stations scheduling the spots)

RCA (0412 “The Legendary Recordings”) $75-$100 / 1979
(Boxed, six-disc set. Special Products issue. A Candlelite Music mail-order offer)

RCA (0413 “Greatest Moments in Music”) $15-$20 / 1980
(Special Products issue. A Candlelite Music mail-order bonus LP for buyers of RCA 0412)

RCA (0437 “Rock ‘N Roll Forever”) $10-$15 / 1981
(Candlelite Music mail-order LP offer)

RCA (461 “Special Palm Sunday Programming”) $800-$1000 / 1967
(With programming packet. Promo issue only)

RCA (0461 “The Legendary Magic”) $15-$20 / 1980
(Candlelite Music mail-order LP offer)

RCA (0475 “Good Times”) $75-$100 / 1974
(Orange label. Has “CPL” prefix)

RCA (0475 “Good Times”) $20-$30 / 1977
(Black label. Has “AFL” prefix)

RCA (571 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) $400-$500 /  1972
(Two-disc, double pocket issue. Promo issue only)
Note: Commercially issued as RCA 4776.

RCA (0606 “Elvis Recorded Live On Stage in Memphis”) $25-$30 / 1974
(Orange label)

RCA (0606 “Elvis Recorded Live On Stage in Memphis”) $200-$250 / 1974
(Quadradisc. Orange label)

RCA (0606 “Elvis Recorded Live On Stage in Memphis”) $350-$400 / 1974
(Banded edition. Has “DJL” prefix. Promo issue only)

RCA (0606 “Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis”) $75-$100 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (0606 “Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis”) $100-$125 / 1977
(Black label. Has “CPL” prefix)

RCA (0606 “Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis”) $15-$20 / 1977
(Black label. Has “AFL” or “AQL” prefix)

RCA (0632 “The Elvis Presley Collection”) $75-$100 / 1984
(Boxed, three-disc set. Special Products issue produced for Candlelite Music. Add $15 to $25 if with 12-page booklet. A mail-order LP offer)

RCA (0647 “Elvis Country”) $20-$30 / 1984
(Special Products issue for ERA Records)

RCA (0679 “Savage Young Elvis”) $15-$20 / 1984
(Cassette tape of a package that was never available on LP. Price is for tape still attached to 12″ x 12″ photo card)

RCA (0704 “Elvis [One Night with You]”) $40-$50 / 1984
(Special Products issue for HBO cable TV subscribers. Add $15 to $20 with color poster.)
Note: This material was first issued as RCA 4088.

RCA (0710 “50 Years-50 Hits”) $20-$30 / 1985
(Three-disc set. Offered by TV mail-order and through the RCA Record Club)

RCA (0728 “His Songs of Faith and Inspiration”) $50-$60 / 1986
(Two-discs, mail-order offer)

RCA (0818 “Having Fun with Elvis on Stage”) $30-$40 / 1974
(Orange label)

RCA (0818 “Having Fun with Elvis on Stage”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (0818 “Having Fun with Elvis on Stage”) $40-$60 / 1977
(Black label)
Note: First issued on Boxcar without a selection number.

RCA (0824 “Good Rockin’ Tonight”) $75-$100 / 1988
(Two discs)

RCA (0835 “Elvis Presley Interview Record – An Audio Self-Portrait”) $60-$80 / 1984
(Promo issue only)

RCA (0873 “Promised Land”) $60-$80 / 1975
(Orange label)

RCA (0873 “Promised Land” 200-$250 / 1975
(Quadradisc. Orange label)

RCA (0873 “Promised Land”) $20-$30 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (0873 “Promised Land”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label)

RCA (0873 “Promised Land”) $200-$300 / 1977
(Quadradisc. Black label)

RCA (0971 “Pure Gold”) $20-$30 / 1975
(Orange label)

RCA (0971 “Pure Gold”) $10-$15 / 1976
(Yellow label)

RCA (0971 “Pure Gold”) $150-$200 / 1976
(Tan label)
Note: Reissued in 1980 as AYL1-3732.

RCA (1001 “The Sun Collection”) $15-$20 / 1975
(Label does not have “Starcall” on it. Back cover pictures other LP)

RCA (1001 “The Sun Collection”) $10-$15 / 1975
(Label has “Starcall” on it. Back cover with liner notes)
Note: This English import was distributed throughout the U.S. Repackaged in 1976 as RCA 1675.

RCA (1035 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $12000-$18000 / 1957
(Red vinyl. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (1035 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $700-$900 / 1957
(Black vinyl. With gold foil, gift-giving sticker)

RCA (1035 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $300-$500 / 1957
(Black vinyl. Without gold foil, gift-giving sticker)
Note: May be found with either gold or silver print on the spine. Repackaged in 1958 as RCA 1951, in 1970 as Camden 2428, in 1985 as RCA 5486 and in 2006 as Speakers Corner/RCA 1035.

RCA (1039 “Elvis Today”) $40-$50 / 1975
(Orange label. Add $10 to $15 if with sticker announcing the single “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”)

RCA (1039 “Elvis Today”) $250-$300 / 1975
(Quadradisc. Orange label. Add $10 to $15 if with sticker announcing the single “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”)

RCA (1039 “Elvis Today”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label. Add $10 to $15 if with sticker announcing the single “T-r-o-u-b-l-e”)

RCA (1039 “Elvis Today”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label)

RCA (1039 “Elvis Today”) $250-$300 / 1977
(Quadradisc. Black label)

RCA (1254 “Elvis Presley”) $600-$800 / 1956
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Shows “P.D.” [Public Domain] for “Just Because”)

RCA (1254 “Elvis Presley”) $500-$700 / 1956
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Shows “Bob Shelton-Joe Shelton-Sid Robbin” for “Just Because”)

RCA (1254 “Elvis Presley”) $500-$700 / 1956
(Canadian. Pale blue label)

RCA (1254 “Elvis Presley”) $200-$250 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (1254 “Elvis Presley”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (1254e “Elvis Presley”) $200-$300 / 1962
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (1254e “Elvis Presley”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (1254e “Elvis Presley”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (1254e “Elvis Presley”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (1254e “Elvis Presley”) $50-$60 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (1254e “Elvis Presley”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: Digitally remastered in 1984 on RCA 5198.

RCA (1319 “His Hand in Mine”) $10-$15 / 1976
Note: First issued as 2328.

RCA (1349 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 2”) $20-$30 / 1976
(With die-cut cover. Includes false starts and outtakes on Such a Night and Cane and a High Starched Collar. Add $5 to $10 if with The Early Years Continued booklet)

RCA (1349 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 2”) $50-$70 / 1976
(Does not have the false starts and outtakes on Such a Night and Cane and a High Starched Collar. Mistakenly has only the complete take of both songs. Add $5 to $10 if with The Early Years Continued booklet.)

RCA (1349 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 2”) $30-$40 / 1986
(With standard cover¾not die-cut.)

RCA (1382 “Elvis”) $500-$600 / 1956
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Mistakenly pressed with an alternative take of Old Shep, not available on any other authorized U.S. vinyl release. Any copy with a “15S,” “17S” or “19S” matrix on side 2 following identification number stamped in the vinyl trail-off – matrix on side 1 is irrelevant) is likely to have the alternative; however, playing the track is the way to be certain. Alternative is different throughout, instrumentally and vocally – especially Elvis’ phrasing – but here are two lyric variations. Words in all upper case are exclusive to the alternative take (which can be heard on the 1992 CD boxed set ElvisThe King of Rock ‘N’ Roll, The Complete ’50s Masters): 1) “As the years fast did roll, Old Shep he grew old AND his eyes were fast growing dim.” 2) “He came to my side and he looked up at me, and HE laid his old head on my knee)”

RCA (1382 “Elvis”) $400-$500      56
(Black label, selections numbered as “Band 1” through “Band 6”)

RCA (1382 “Elvis”) $400-$500 / 1956
(Black label, “Long Play” at bottom)

RCA (1382 “Elvis”) $250-$300 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (1382 “Elvis”) $100-$150 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (1382e “Elvis”) $200-$300 / 1962
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (1382e “Elvis”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other print on label is silver)

RCA (1382e “Elvis”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (1382e “Elvis”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (1382e “Elvis”) $50-$60 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (1382e “Elvis”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: Digitally remastered in 1984 on RCA 5199.

RCA (1506 “From Elvis Presley Boulevard”) $20-$30 / 1976
(Tan label. Add $10 to $15 if with sticker announcing the single “Hurt” and “For the Heart.”)

RCA (1506 “From Elvis Presley Boulevard”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label)

RCA (1515 “Loving You”) $300-$400 / 1957
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom)

RCA (1515 “Loving You”) $200-$250 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (1515 “Loving You”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (1515 “Loving You”) $4000-$6000 / 1960s
(Picture disc, but with the cover of a European G.I. Blues album being the picture embedded in the vinyl. Possibly an experimental disc, with only one copy known. Has just five Loving You tracks, the others being randomly selected instrumentals which have nothing at all to do with Elvis)

RCA (1515e “Loving You”) $200-$300 / 1962
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (1515e “Loving You”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (1515e “Loving You”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (1515e “Loving You”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (1515e “Loving You”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (1515e “Loving You”) $10-$20 / 1977

RCA (1675 “The Sun Sessions”) $20-$25 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (1675 “The Sun Sessions”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)
Note: First issued as RCA HY-1001 and reissued in 1981 as RCA AYM1-3893.

RCA (1707 “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $300-$400 / 1958
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Add $200 to $300 if with “Fabulous Offer” coupon for mail-order photo booklet)

RCA (1707 “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (1707 “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (1707e “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $200-$300 / 1962
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (1707e “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (1707e “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (1707e “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (1707e “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (1707e “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)
Note: Digitally remastered in 1984 on RCA 5196.

RCA (1785 “WRCA Plays the Hits”) $400-$500 / 1976
(Promo issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (1884 “King Creole”) $300-$400 / 1958
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Add $150 to $200 if with 8″ x 10″ black and white photo of Elvis in uniform, which may or may not have been packaged inside)

RCA (1884 “King Creole”) $200-$250 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (1884 “King Creole”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (1884e “King Creole”) $200-$300 / 1962
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (1884e “King Creole”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (1884e “King Creole”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (1884e “King Creole”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (1884e “King Creole”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (1884e “King Creole”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (1884e “King Creole”) $10-$20 / 1976
Note: Reissued in 1980 as RCA AYL1-3733.

RCA (1936 “Elvis Sings the Wonderful World of Christmas”) $175-$225 / 1976
(Tan label)
Note: First issued as RCA LSP-4579.

RCA (1936 “Elvis Sings the Wonderful World of Christmas”) $50-$100 / 1976
(Black label)

RCA (1951 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $250-$300 / 1958
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom)

RCA (1951 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $200-$250 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (1951 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $40-$50 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (1951e “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $40-$50 / 1964
(Stereo. Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (1951e “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $150-$250 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)
Note: Repackage of RCA LOC-1035. Repackaged again in 1970 as Camden 2428 and then again in 1985 as RCA AFM1-5486.

RCA (1981 “Felton Jarvis Talks About Elvis”) $275-$325 / 1981
(Price includes three script sheets. Add $50 to $75 if with silver and black Guitar Man engraved Elvis belt buckle)

RCA (1990 “For LP Fans Only”) $400-$500 / 1959
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom)

RCA (1990 “For LP Fans Only”) $200-$300 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (1990 “For LP Fans Only”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (1990 “For LP Fans Only”) $400-$500 / 1965
(Black label. Cover has same Elvis photo on front and back)

RCA (1990e “For LP Fans Only”) $400-$500 / 1965
(Black label. Cover has same Elvis photo on front and back)

RCA (1990e “For LP Fans Only”) $200-$250 / 1965
(Stereo. Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (1990e “For LP Fans Only”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (1990e “For LP Fans Only”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (1990e “For LP Fans Only”) $50-$60 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (1990e “For LP Fans Only”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (2011 “A Date with Elvis”) $400-$600 / 1959
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Has gatefold cover and 1960 calendar. Add $400 to $600 if with “New Golden Age of Sound” wrap-around banner)

RCA (2011 “A Date with Elvis”) $300-$350 / 1965
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2011 “A Date with Elvis”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2011e “A Date with Elvis”) $50-$100 / 1965
(Stereo. Black label)

RCA (2011e “A Date with Elvis”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2011e “A Date with Elvis”) $40-$50 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2011e “A Date with Elvis”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label.)

RCA (2011e “A Date with Elvis”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: Reissued in 2006 as Speakers Corner/RCA 2011.

RCA (2075 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $300-$400 / 1959
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom)

RCA (2075 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2075 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2075e “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $200-$300 / 1962
(Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (2075e “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2075e “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2075e “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl.)

RCA (2075e “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2075e “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2075e “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 2”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: May also be shown as 50,000,000 Elvis Presley Fans Can’t Be Wrong. Digitally remastered in 1984 on RCA 5197.

RCA (2227 “Great Performances”) $30-$40 / 1990
(Add $5 to $10 if with sticker announcing “My Happiness”)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $300-$400 / 1960
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. No song titles printed on cover. Does not have yellow sticker on cover showing song titles, nor are contents printed on cover. Add $50 to $75 if with a “Loyal Elvis Fan” signature card)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $300-$350 / 1960
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. No song titles printed on cover. Has yellow sticker, listing titles, on cover)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $200-$250 /  1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $500-$600 / 1960
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Front and back cover slicks are transposed. No song titles printed on cover. May or may not have yellow sticker on cover showing song titles)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $300-$400 / 1960
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Front and back cover slicks are correctly applied. No song titles printed on cover. May or may not have yellow sticker on cover showing song titles)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $100-$150 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $100-$150 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $40-$50 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $50-$70 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2231 “Elvis Is Back”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $600-$700 / 1960
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Cover has a heart-shaped sticker announcing “Wooden Heart.” Add $15 to $25 if with “Elvis Is Back” inner sleeve)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $75-$100 / 1960
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Does not have the heart-shaped sticker announcing “Wooden Heart.” Add $15 to $25 if with “Elvis Is Back” inner sleeve)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $200-$250 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $600-$700 / 1960
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Cover has a heart-shaped sticker announcing “Wooden Heart.” Add $15 to $25 if with “Elvis Is Back” inner sleeve)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $75-$125 / 1960
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Does not have the heart-shaped sticker announcing “Wooden Heart.” Add $15 to $25 if with “Elvis Is Back” inner sleeve)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $500-$750  / 1963
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver. Has “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2256 “G.I. Blues”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: Reissued in 1980 as RCA 3735.

RCA (2274 “Welcome to My World”) $10-$15 / 1977
(Has “APL” prefix)

RCA (2274 “Welcome to My World”) $15-$20 / 1977
(Has “AFL” prefix)

RCA (2274 “Welcome to My World”) $20-$25 / 1979
(Has “AQL” prefix)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $150-$200 / 1960
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $250-$300 / 1960
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $50-$75   / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2328 “His Hand in Mine”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)
Note: Repackaged in 1976 as RCA ANL1-1319 and in 1981 as RCA AYM1-3935.

RCA (2347 “Greatest Hits, Vol. 1”) $15-$25 / 1981
(Has embossed letters on front cover)

RCA (2347 “Greatest Hits, Vol. 1”) $10-$20 / 1983
(Standard flat cover print – not embossed)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $150-$200 / 1961
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Back cover promotes Compact 33s)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $200-$250 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $250-$300 / 1961
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Back cover promotes Compact 33s)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2370 “Something for Everybody”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: Reissued in 1981 as RCA AYM1-4116.

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $125-$175 / 1961
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Has red sticker announcing the inclusion of Rock-A-Hula Baby and Can’t Help Falling in Love. Sticker is permanently affixed to cover)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $75-$100 / 1963
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Does not have red sticker announcing the inclusion of Rock-A-Hula Baby and Can’t Help Falling in Love)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $70-$80 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $150-$200 / 1961
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Has red sticker announcing the inclusion of Rock-A-Hula Baby and Can’t Help Falling in Love. Sticker is permanently affixed to cover)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $75-$100 / 1963
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Does not have red sticker announcing the inclusion of Rock-A-Hula Baby and Can’t Help Falling in Love)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $50-$75 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $25-$30 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

Note: Reissued in 1980 as RCA AYL1-3683.

RCA (2426 “Blue Hawaii”) $800-$1000 / 1977
(Blue vinyl. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (AFK1-2428 “Moody Blue”) $6000-$8000 / 1977
(Only slicks exist of this item. Finished cardboard covers were not made because the wrong prefix was printed on the slicks. “AFK” indicates a cassette, not a record album. All but three slicks – saved as souvenirs by an astute plant employee – were shredded. All three, which are numbered on the back (i.e. “1 of 3,” etc.) were first sold in February 1978 in a well-publicized auction. The reworked cover is inexplicably different and visually very inferior. We have asked key mid-’70s RCA employees, including the late Joan Deary, and Elvis’ photographer, Ed Bonja. None could explain the photo switch. Strangely, every appearance in print of Moody Blue on an RCA inner sleeve pictures this slick and not the one actually manufactured into a cover. Slick is printed on one side only)

RCA (2428 “Moody Blue”) $800-$1000 / 1977
(Colored vinyl – any color other than blue or black. Includes, but not limited to: white, red, green, yellow, gold, purple, as well as combinations of colors. Experimental production discs for RCA in-house use only)

RCA (2428 “Moody Blue”) $15-$25 / 1977
(Blue vinyl)

RCA (2428 “Moody Blue”) $200-$300 / 1977
(Black vinyl. Reportedly 25,000 made)

RCA (AQL1-2428 “Moody Blue”) $50-$100 / 1980
(Note the different prefix. All previous issues are “AFL1”)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $100-$150 / 1962
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $150-$200      62
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $500-$750 / 1963
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2523 “Pot Luck”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (2558 “Harum Scarum”) $10-$20 / 1977
Note: First issued as RCA 3468. Reissued in 1980 as RCA 3734.

RCA (2559 “Frankie & Johnny”) $400-$500 / 1977
(Cover slicks only – discs never made)
Note: First issued as RCA 3553.

RCA (2560 “Spinout”) $10-$20 / 1977
Note: First issued as RCA 3702. Reissued in 1980 as RCA 3684.

RCA (2564 “Double Trouble”) $10-$20 / 1977
Note: First issued as RCA 3787.

RCA (2565 “Clambake”) $10-$20 / 1977
Note: First issued as RCA 3893.

RCA (2568 “It Happened at the World’s Fair”) $10-$20 / 1977
Note: First issued as RCA 2697.

RCA (2587 “Elvis in Concert”) $15-$25 / 1977
(Two discs)

RCA (2587 “Elvis in Concert”) $4000-$5000 / 1977
(Two discs. Blue vinyl. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (CPL2-2587 “Elvis in Concert”) $200-$300 / 1982
(Two discs.Note the different prefix. All previous issues are “AFL2”)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $100-$200 / 1962
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Add $150 to $200 if with 11″ x 11″ 1963 calendar)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $150-$250 / 1963
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $100-$150 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $150-$250 / 1962
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Add $150 to $200 if with 11″ x 11″ 1963 calendar)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $100-$150 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2621 “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top. Add $500 to $750 if with green sticker reading “Contains the Hit! Return to Sender”)

RCA (2642 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $40-$50 / 1975
(Two discs. Orange label)

RCA (2642 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $20-$30 / 1977
(Two discs. Black label. Add $75 to $100 if with sticker reading “Memories of Elvis”)
Note: First issued as RCA VPSX-6089.

RCA (2642 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $30-$40  / 2003
(Two discs. Red vinyl)

RCA (2697 “It Happened at the World’s Fair”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Monaural. Black label, “Long Play” at bottom. Add $100 to $150 if with 8″ x 10″ bonus color photo)

RCA (2697 “It Happened at the World’s Fair”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Stereo. Black label, “Living Stereo” at bottom. Add $100 to $150 if with 8″ x 10″ bonus color photo)

RCA (2697 “It Happened at the World’s Fair”) $300-$400 / 1963
(Souvenir envelope only. Reads “It Happened at the World’s Fair Souvenir Package Complements of Elvis and the Colonel”)

RCA (2697 “It Happened at the World’s Fair”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2697 “It Happened at the World’s Fair”) $900-$1000 / 1968
(Orange label, rigid vinyl)
Note: Reissued in 1977 as RCA 2568.

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Monaural. Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $70-$80 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $70-$80 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $20-$30 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2756 “Fun in Acapulco”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (2765 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 3”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Monaural. Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2765 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 3”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2765 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 3”) $100-$150 / 1963
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver)

RCA (2765 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 3”) $50-$75 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2765 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 3”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2765 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 3”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2765 “Elvis’ Golden Records, Vol. 3”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (2772 “He Walks Beside Me”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Includes 20-page photo booklet and catalog. Add $8 to $10 if with “Limited Edition Mini Photo Album” sticker)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $100-$150 / 1964
(Black label, “Mono” at bottom. Pictures film cast in lower right corner photo on cover)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $200-$250 / 1964
(Monaural. Black label, “Mono” at bottom. Does not picture film cast in lower right corner photo on cover)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $800-$1200 / 1964
(Black label, “Mono Dynagroove” at bottom)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $75-$100 / 1964
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $100-$150 / 1964
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver. Pictures film cast in lower right corner photo on cover)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $200-$250 / 1964
(Stereo. Black label, all print on label is silver. Does not picture film cast in lower right corner photo on cover)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $300-$400 / 1964
(Souvenir envelope only. Reads “Souvenir Package Complements of Elvis and the Colonel”)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $50-$100 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: Reissued in 1981 as RCA 4115.

RCA (2894 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $1000-$1500 / 1977
(Blue vinyl. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (2901 “Elvis Sings for Children and Grownups Too”)  $10-$15 / 1978
(Gatefold. Includes “Special Memories” greeting card)

RCA (2901 “Elvis Sings for Children and Grownups Too”) $8-$12 / 1978
(Gatefold with “Special Memories” greeting card printed on cover)

RCA (2901 “Elvis Sings for Children and Grownups Too”) $50-$75 / 1978
(Single pocket jacket with “Special Memories” greeting card printed on cover)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $300-$350 / 1964
(Monaural. Black label, “Mono” at bottom)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Black label, “Monaural” at bottom)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $400-$600 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo in silver at top and “STEREO” at bottom)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $60-$80 / 1964
(Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $75-$100 / 1976
(Tan label.)

RCA (2999 “Roustabout”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label. Dog near top)

RCA (3078 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 3”) $15-$20 / 1978
(Picture disc. Add $3 to $5 if with Yesterdays booklet. Has picture art pressed on blue vinyl)

RCA (3078 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 3”) $20-$30 / 1978
(Picture disc. Add $3 to $5 if with Yesterdays booklet. Has picture art pressed on black vinyl)

RCA (3078 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 3”) $400-$500 / 1978
(Experimental pressing, with ’68 TV Special photo on BOTH sides. Standard issues have that photo only on one side, with a 1958 one on the reverse)

RCA (3078 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 3”) $1000-$1500 / 1978
(Experimental pressing. Pictures Dolly Parton on both sides, though the music is still Elvis.)

RCA (3078 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 3”) $1000-$1500 / 1978
(Experimental pressing. Pictures an Avon cosmetics model on both sides, though the music is still Elvis)
Note: Also issued on standard black vinyl as 3082.

RCA (3082 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 3”)  $8-$12 / 1978
(With die-cut cover. Add $3 to $5 if with Yesterdays booklet)
Note: Also issued on a picture disc, as RCA 3078.

RCA (3082 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 3”) $200-$300 / 1986
(With standard cover¾not die-cut)

RCA (3114 “Collectors Gold”) $400-$600 / 1991
(Boxed, three-disc set. “Special Limited National Numbered Edition of 10,000.” Includes booklet)

RCA (3279 “Our Memories of Elvis”) $10-$20 / 1979
(Add $100 to $125 if with “Featuring the Hit Single: Are You Sincere” or “Contains the Hit Single: Are You Sincere” sticker)

RCA (3338 “Girl Happy”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Monaural)

RCA (3338 “Girl Happy”) $75-$100 / 1965
(Stereo. Black label)
Note: Though not packaged with the LP, a 16″ x 20″ June Kelly print was given by some record stores with the purchase of this LP. Add $75 to $100 for this print.

RCA (3338 “Girl Happy”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3338 “Girl Happy”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (3338 “Girl Happy”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (3338 “Girl Happy”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (3448 “Our Memories of Elvis, Vol. 2”) $15-$25 / 1979
(Add $125 to $175 if with “There’s a Honky Tonk Angel” sticker)
Note: A sampling of these tracks is on RCA 3455, Pure Elvis.

RCA (3450 “Elvis for Everyone”) $40-$60 / 1965
(Monaural.)

RCA (3450 “Elvis for Everyone”) $40-$60 / 1965
(Stereo. Black label)

RCA (3450 “Elvis for Everyone”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3450 “Elvis for Everyone”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (3450 “Elvis for Everyone”) $40-$50/ 19 76
(Tan label)

RCA (3450 “Elvis for Everyone”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)
Note: Reissued in 1982 as RCA AYL1-4232.

RCA (3455 “Pure Elvis”) $400-$600 / 1979
(Cover reads “Pure Elvis,” but label shows “Our Memories of Elvis – Vol. 2.” Promo issue only)

RCA (3468 “Harum Scarum”) $30-$40 / 1965
(Monaural. Add $30 to $40 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo, and $20 to $25 if with sticker announcing the bonus photo)

RCA (3468 “Harum Scarum”) $30-$40 / 1965
(Stereo. Add $30 to $40 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo, and $20 to $25 if with sticker announcing the bonus photo)
Note: Reissued in 1977 as 2558 and in 1980 as 3734.

RCA (3553 “Frankie & Johnny”) $40-$50 / 1966
(Monaural. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo, and $20 to $25 if with sticker announcing the bonus photo)

RCA (3553 “Frankie & Johnny”) $40-$50 / 1966
(Stereo. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo, and $20 to $25 if with sticker announcing the bonus photo)
Note: Reissued in 1977 as RCA 2559. A repackage appeared in 1976 as Pickwick 7007.

RCA (3643 “Paradise Hawaiian Style”) $50-$75 / 1966
(Monaural)

RCA (3643 “Paradise Hawaiian Style”) $50-$75 / 1966
(Stereo. Black label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3643 “Paradise Hawaiian Style”) $75-$85 / 1966
(Stereo. Black label. Flexible vinyl, similar to ’70s Dynaflex issues)

RCA (3643 “Paradise Hawaiian Style”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3643 “Paradise Hawaiian Style”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (3643 “Paradise Hawaiian Style”) $75-$100 / 1976
(Tan label.)

RCA (3643 “Paradise Hawaiian Style”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top.)

RCA (3683 “Blue Hawaii”) $10-$15 / 1980
Note: First issued as RCA 2426.

RCA (3684 “Spinout”) $10-$15 / 1980
Note: First issued as RCA 3702, reissued in 1977 as RCA 2560.

RCA (3699 “Elvis Aron Presley”) $50-$75 / 1980
(Boxed, eight-disc set. Has “CPL” prefix. Add $8 to $12 if with 20-page booklet, and $5 to $10 if with “25th Anniversary” sticker)

RCA (3699 “Elvis Aron Presley”) $250-$275 / 1980
(REVIEWER SERIES edition. Has “CPL” prefix. Silver sticker on back also identifies the Reviewer Series copy as “NS-3699.” Add $8 to $12 if with 20-page booklet, and $5 to $10 if with “25th Anniversary” sticker)

RCA (3699 “Elvis Aron Presley”) $40-$60 / 1980
(Boxed, four-cassette tape set. Has “CPK” prefix. Add $8 to $12 if with 20-page booklet, and $5 to $10 if with “25th Anniversary” shrink sticker. Add $15 to $25 if with eight 12″ x 12″ Elvis photos)

RCA (3699 “Elvis Aron Presley”) $40-$60 / 1980
(Boxed, four 8-track tape set. Has “CPS” prefix. Add $8 to $12 if with 20-page booklet, and $5 to $10 if with “25th Anniversary” shrink sticker. Add $15 to $25 if with eight 12″ x 12″ Elvis photos)
Note: Excerpts of songs in this set appear on RCA 3729. Selections from this LP are on RCA 3781.

RCA (3702 “Spinout”) $40-$50 / 1966
(Monaural. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo. Add $15 to $25 if with sticker announcing bonus photo)

RCA (3702 “Spinout”) $40-$50 / 1966
(Stereo. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo. Add $15 to $25 if with sticker announcing bonus photo)
Note: Reissued in 1977 as 2560.

RCA (3729 “Elvis Aron Presley Excerpts”) $75-$125 / 1980
(Promo issue only)
Note: Has 37 excerpts from RCA 3699.

RCA (3732 “Pure Gold”) $8-$12 / 1980
Note: First issued as RCA 0971.

RCA (3733 “King Creole”) $10-$20 / 1980
Note: First issued as RCA 1884.

RCA (3734 “Harum Scarum”) $10-$20 / 1980
Note: First issued as RCA 3468.

RCA (3735 “G.I. Blues”) $10-$20 / 1980
Note: First issued as RCA 2256.

RCA (3758 “How Great Thou Art”) $50-$75 / 1967
(Mono Dynagroove. Add $40 to $50 if with “Grammy Award Winner” sticker)

RCA (3758 “How Great Thou Art”) $50-$75 / 1967
(Stereo Dynagroove. Black label. Add $40 to $50 if with “Grammy Award Winner” sticker)

RCA (3758 “How Great Thou Art”) $75-$100 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3758 “How Great Thou Art”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (3758 “How Great Thou Art”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (3758 “How Great Thou Art”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (3781 “Elvis Aron Presley Selections”) $100-$150 / 1980
(Promo issue only)
Note: Has 12 selections from RCA 3699.

RCA (3787 “Double Trouble”) $100-$150 / 1967
(Monaural. Front cover reads “Special Bonus Full Color Photo.” Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 7″ x 9″ photo)

RCA (3787 “Double Trouble”) $175-$225 / 1968
(Monaural. “Special Bonus Full Color Photo,” on cover is replaced by “Trouble Double”)

RCA (3787 “Double Trouble”) $75-$100 / 1967
(Stereo. Front cover reads “Special Bonus Full Color Photo.” Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 7″ x 9″ photo. Black label)

RCA (3787 “Double Trouble”) $150-$200 / 1968
(Stereo. “Special Bonus Full Color Photo,” on cover is replaced by “Trouble Double”)

RCA (3787 “DoubleTrouble”) $400-$500 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3787 “Double Trouble”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top. Has “LSP” prefix)

RCA (3787 “Double Trouble”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label, dog near top. Has “APL” prefix)
Note: Reissued in 1977 as RCA 2564.

RCA (3892 “Elvis in Person”) $10-$20 / 1981
Note: First issued as RCA 4428.

RCA (3893 “Clambake”) $250-$300 / 1967
(Monaural. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo)

RCA (3893 “Clambake”) $40-$50 / 1967
(Stereo. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 12″ x 12″ photo)
Note: Reissued in 1977 as RCA 2565.

RCA (3893 “Sun Sessions”)  $10-$20 / 1981
Note: First issued as RCA 1675.

RCA (3894 “Elvis TV Special”) $5-$10 / 1981
Note: First issued RCA 4088.

RCA (3917 “Guitar Man”) $8-$12 / 1981
(Add $10 to $15 if with “This Is Elvis” flyer. Add $30 to $40 if with the “Guitar Man & Lovin’ Arms” sticker. Producer Felton Jarvis talks about Elvis as well as the making of this LP on RCA 1981)

RCA (3921 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 4”) $1000-$1500 / 1968
(Monaural)

RCA (3921 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 4”) $40-$50 / 1968
(Stereo. Black label, dog on top)

RCA (3921 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 4”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3921 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 4”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (3921 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 4”) $20-$30 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (3921 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 4”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (3935 “His Hand in Mine”) $10-$15 / 1981
Note: First issued as RCA 2328.

RCA (3956 “Elvis Country”) $10-$15 / 1981
Note: First issued as RCA 4460.

RCA (3989 “Speedway”) $3000-$4000 / 1968
(Monaural. Includes bonus 8″ x 10″ photo and sticker announcing bonus photo)

RCA (3989 “Speedway”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Stereo. Black label, dog on top. Add $40 to $50 if with bonus 8″ x 10″ photo, and $40 to $50 if with sticker announcing bonus photo)

RCA (3989 “Speedway”) $75-$125 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (3989 “Speedway”) $25-$35 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (3989 “Speedway”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (3989 “Speedway”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label, dog near top)

RCA (4031 “This Is Elvis”) $15-$20 / 1980
(Two discs. Add $20 to $30 if with “Contains Previously Unreleased Material” sticker)

RCA (4088 “Elvis [NBC-TV Special]”) $50-$75 / 1968
(Orange label. Rigid disc)

RCA (4088 ” Elvis [NBC-TV Special]”) $20-$30 / 19 71
(Orange label. Flexible disc)

RCA (4088 ” Elvis [NBC-TV Special]”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label. Add $50 to $75 if with “Memories of Elvis” TV show sticker)

RCA (4088 ” Elvis [NBC-TV Special]”) $25-$30 / 1976
(Black label. Add $50 to $75 if with “Memories of Elvis” TV show sticker)

RCA (AFM1-4088 ” Elvis [NBC-TV Special]”) $15-$25 / 1977
(Note the different prefix. All previous issues are “LPM”)
Note: Reissued in 1981 as RCA 3894. Repackaged for HBO as RCA 0704.

RCA (4114 “That’s The Way It Is”) $10-$15 / 1981
Note: First issued as RCA 4445.

RCA (4115 “Kissin’ Cousins”) $10-$20 / 1981
Note: First issued as RCA 2894.

RCA (4116 “Something for Everybody”) $10-$20 / 1981
Note: First issued as RCA 2370.

RCA (4155 “From Elvis in Memphis”) $40-$50 / 1969
(Orange label. Rigid disc. Add $30 to $40 if with 8″ x 10″ Elvis photo, and $5 to $10 if with sticker announcing photo)

RCA (4155 “From Elvis in Memphis”) $20-$30 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible disc)

RCA (4155 “From Elvis in Memphis”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4155 “From Elvis in Memphis”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)
Note: A half-speed mastered issue of this LP was released in 1982 as MFSL 059. Reissued in 2006 as Speakers Corner/RCA 4155.

RCA (4232 “Elvis for Everyone”) $10-$20 / 1982
Note: First issued as RCA 3450.

RCA (4362 “On Stage, Feb. 1970”) $40-$50 / 1970
(Orange label. Rigid disc)

RCA (4362 “On Stage, Feb. 1970”) $35-$45 / 1972
(Orange label. Flexible disc.)

RCA (4362 “On Stag, Feb. 1970”) $75-$100 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4362 “On Stage, Feb. 1970”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)

RCA (AFL1-4362 “On Stage, Feb. 1970”) $10$20 / 1977
(Note the different prefix. All previous issues are “LSP”)

RCA (AQL1-4362 “On Stage, Feb. 1970”) $40-$50 / 1983

RCA (4395 “Memories of Christmas”) $8-$12 / 1982
(Add $5 to $10 if with 7″ x 9″ calendar with Elvis’ photo, and $4 to $6 if with sticker announcing bonus calendar)

RCA (4428 “Elvis in Person”) 75-$100 / 1970
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)$

RCA (4428 “Elvis in Person”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (4428 “Elvis in Person”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4428 “Elvis in Person”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)
Note: First released as half of RCA 6020, then reissued in 1981 as RCA 3892.

RCA (4429 “Elvis Back in Memphis”) $75-$100 / 1970
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (4429 “Elvis Back in Memphis”) $30-$40 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (4429 “Elvis Back in Memphis”) $40-$60 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4429 “Elvis Back in Memphis”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)
Note: First issued as half of RCA LSP-6020.

RCA (4445 “That’s the Way It Is”) $100-$150 / 1970
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl)

RCA (4445 “That’s the Way It Is”) $20-$30 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (4445 “That’s the Way It Is”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4445 “That’s the Way It Is”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Black label)
Note: Reissued in 1981 as RCA 4114.

RCA (4460 “Elvis Country”) $40-$60 / 1971
(Orange label. Rigid vinyl. Add $15 to $25 if with 7″ x 9″ Elvis photo, and $20 to $30 if with sticker announcing bonus photo)

RCA (4460 “Elvis Country”) $15-$25 / 1971
(Orange label. Flexible vinyl. Add $15 to $25 if with 7″ x 9″ Elvis photo, and $20 to $30 if with shrink sticker announcing bonus photo)

RCA (4460 “Elvis Country”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Tan label. Reads “Side 1/Side 2.” Black vinyl)

RCA (4460 “Elvis Country”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Tan label. Reads “Side A/Side B.” Black vinyl)

RCA (4460 “Elvis Country”) $1000-$2000 / 1977
(Tan label. Green or blue vinyl. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (4460 “Elvis Country”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)

RCA (4460 “Elvis Country”) $500-$1000 / 1977
(Picture disc. Experimental only. Music is by unidentified artists)
Note: Reissued in 1981 as RCA 3956.

RCA (4530 “Love Letters”) $40-$50 / 1971
(Orange label. Full title, Love Letters From Elvis, on TWO lines on front cover)

RCA (4530 “Love Letters”) $50-$75 / 1971
(Orange label. Full title, Love Letters From Elvis, on THREE lines on front cover)

RCA (4530 “Love Letters”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4530 “Love Letters”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Black label)
Note: Reissued in 1981 as RCA 3956.

RCA (4530 “Elvis Medley”) $10-$20 / 1982

RCA (4579 “Elvis Sings the Wonderful World of Christmas”) 40-50 / 1971
(Orange label. Add $20 to $30 if with 5″ x 7″ Elvis postcard, and $35 to $45 if with sticker announcing bonus postcard)
Note: Reissued in 1976 as RCA 1936.

RCA (4671 “Elvis Now”) $80-$100 / 1972
(Has white titles/times sticker on front cover. Promo issue only)

RCA (4671 “Elvis Now”) $30-$40 / 1972
(Orange label)

RCA (4671 “Elvis Now”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4671 “Elvis Now”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)

RCA (4678 “I Was the One”) $10-$20 / 1983

RCA (4690 “He Touched Me”) $75-$125 / 1972
(Has white titles/times sticker on front cover. Promo issue only)

RCA (4690 “He Touched Me”) $25-$30 / 1972
(Orange label)

RCA (4690 “He Touched Me”) $25-$30 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4690 “He Touched Me”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)

RCA (4776 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) $100-$150 / 1972
(Orange label. Has white programming stickers applied to front cover. Promotional issue only. Counterfeit stickers exist but can be identified by the misspelling of the title Love Me, which reads: “Live Me.” For double disc promo issue, see RCA 571)

RCA (4776 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) 30-$$40 / 1972
(Orange label)

RCA (4776 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) $40-$60 / 1976
(Tan label)

RCA (4776 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) $10-$20 / 1976
(Black label)

RCA (4776 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) $100$0-2000 / 1977
(Picture disc. Experimental pressing only)

RCA (AFL1-4776 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Note the different prefix. All previous issues are “LSP”)

RCA (AQL1-4776 “Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden”) $10-$15 / 1980

RCA (4848 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 4”) $20-$25 / 1983
(With die-cut cover. Add $4 to $6 if with 12-page Memories of the King booklet)

RCA (4848 “Legendary Performer, Vol. 4”) $30-$40 / 1986
(With standard cover¾not die-cut)

RCA (4941 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 5”) $20-$30 / 1984

RCA (5172 “Golden Celebration”) $50-$75 / 1984
(Boxed, six-disc set. Price includes custom inner sleeves. Add $5 to $10 if with color 8″ x 10″ Elvis photo. Add $4 to $6 if with 50th Anniversary flyer. Add $5 to $10 if with gold sticker announcing highlights and bonus photo)

RCA (5172 “Golden Celebration”) $40-$60 / 1984
(Boxed set of six cassettes. Add $5 to $10 if with color 8″ x 10″ Elvis photo. Add $4 to $6 if with 50th Anniversary flyer. Add $5 to $10 if with gold sticker announcing highlights and bonus photo)

RCA (5172 “Golden Celebration”) $25-$35 / 1984
(Special “Advance Cassette” boxed set sampler)

RCA (5182 “Rocker”) $20-$30 / 1984
(Add $4 to $6 if with “Hot Single … Hit Video” sticker)

RCA (5196 “Elvis’ Golden Records”) $20-$30 / 1984
(Digitally remastered, quality mono pressing. Price includes gold “The Definitive Rock Classic” banner)
Note: First issued as RCA 1707.

RCA (5197 “Elvis’ Gold Records, Vol. 2”) $20-$30 / 1984
(Digitally remastered, quality mono pressing. Price includes gold “The Definitive Rock Classic” banner)
Note: First issued as RCA 2075.

RCA (5198 “Elvis Presley”) $20-$30 / 1984
(Digitally remastered, quality mono pressing. Price includes gold “The Definitive Rock Classic” banner)
Note: First issued as RCA 1254.

RCA (5199 “Elvis”) $20-$30 / 1984
(Digitally remastered, quality mono pressing. Price includes gold “The Definitive Rock Classic” banner)
Note: First issued as RCA 1382.

RCA (5353 “Valentine Gift for You”) $25-$35 / 1985
(Red vinyl. Add $5 to $10 if with sticker announcing red vinyl)

RCA (5353 “Valentine Gift for You”) $50-$75 / 1985
(Black vinyl)

RCA (5418 “Reconsider Baby”) $25-$35 / 1985
(Blue vinyl. Add $5 to $10 if with sticker announcing blue vinyl and “New Versions”)

RCA (5418 “Reconsider Baby”) $50-$75 / 1985
(Black vinyl)
RCA (5430 “Always on My Mind”) $25-$35 / 1985
(Purple vinyl. Add $5 to $10 if with sticker announcing purple vinyl and contents)

RCA (5430 “Always on My Mind”) $50-$75 / 1985
(Black vinyl)

RCA (5486 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $25-$35 / 1985
(Green vinyl. Add $5 to $10 if with sticker announcing green vinyl)

RCA (5486 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $50-$75 / 1985
(Black vinyl. Add $5 to $10 if with sticker reading “Pressed on Green Vinyl”)

RCA (5600 “Return of the Rocker”) $20-$30 / 1986

RCA (5697 “Special Christmas Programming”) $8000-$12000 / 1967
(Identification number shown since no selection number is used. Promo issue only)

RCA (6020 “From Memphis to Vegas”) $100-$150 / 1969
(Two discs. Orange label. Rigid vinyl. Incorrectly shows writers of Words as Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart. Also shows writer of Suspicious Minds as Frances Zambon. Add $40 to $50 if with two 8″ x 10″ black and white Elvis photos. Add $300 to $400 if with “Special Bonus! 2 Souvenir Photos” sticker)

RCA (6020 “From Memphis to Vegas”) $150-$200 / 1969
(Two discs. Orange label. Rigid vinyl. Correctly shows writers of Words as Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, and writer of Suspicious Minds as Mark James)

RCA (6020 “From Memphis to Vegas”) $50-$100 / 1969
(Two discs. Orange label. Flexible vinyl)

RCA (6020 “From Memphis to Vegas”) $50-$75 / 1976
(Two discs. Tan label)

RCA (6020 “From Memphis to Vegas”) $10-$20 / 1977
(Two discs. Black label, dog near top)
Note: RCA reissued each disc individually, Elvis in Person at the International Hotel as 4428 and Elvis Back in Memphis as 4429, both in 1970.

RCA (6089 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $2500-$3500 / 1973
(Two discs. Has “Chicken of the Sea” sticker on cover. Quadradisc and contents stickers also are on cover. Includes programming insert card, which is valued at $100 to $200. Promotional in-house issue by the Van Camps Company)

RCA (6089 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $1000-$1500 / 1973
(Two discs. Has white titles/times sticker on front cover. Promo issue only)

RCA (6089 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $100-$150 / 1973
(Two discs. Has Quadradisc and contents stickers on cover. Red/orange label)

RCA (6089 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $40-$50 / 1974
(Two discs. Has Quadradisc/RCA logo in lower right corner of front cover. Titles are printed on back cover. Orange label. Add $50 to $75 if with “Including Steamroller Blues” sticker)

RCA (6089 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $75-$125 / 1976
(Two discs. Tan label)
Note: Issued through the RCA Record Club as RCA 213736 and later (1977) as RCA 2642.

RCA (6221 “Memphis Record”) $20-$30 / 1987
(Two discs. Includes “Digitally Remastered” cover sticker and bonus color 15″ x 22″ poster and Elvis Talks LP flyer)

RCA (6313 “Elvis Talks!”) $30-$40 / 1987
(Mail-order offer.)

RCA (6382 “Number One Hits”) $20$-25 / 1987
(Includes “Digitally Remastered” cover sticker and bonus color 15″ x 22″ poster and Elvis Talks LP flyer)

RCA (6383 “Top Ten Hits”) $30-$40 / 1987
(Two discs. Includes “Digitally Remastered” cover sticker and bonus color 15″ x 22″ poster and Elvis Talks LP flyer)

RCA (6401 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 1”) $75-$100 / 1970
(Boxed, four-disc set. Orange label. Rigid vinyl. Add $40 to $50 if with 16-page Elvis photo booklet)

RCA (6401 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 1”) $50-$75 / / 1971
(Boxed, four-disc set. Orange label. Flexible vinyl. Add $40 to $50 with 16-page Elvis photo booklet)

RCA (6401 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 1”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Boxed, four-disc set. Tan label)

RCA (6401 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 1”) $20-$30 / 1977
(Boxed, four-disc set. Black label, dog near top)

RCA (6401 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 1, Disc 1”) $800-$1000 / 1977
(Blue vinyl. Experimental pressing with just one of the four discs used)
Note: Two discs in this set were repackaged for the RCA Record Club in 1974 as RCA 213690. The remaining two came out in 1978 as RCA 214657.

RCA (6402 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 2”) $75-$100 / 1971
(Boxed, four-disc set. Orange label. Add $25 to $50 if with Elvis print, and an envelope with piece of material)

RCA (6402 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 2”) $40-$50 / 1976
(Boxed, four-disc set. Tan label. Add $40 to $50 if with poster, and an envelope with piece of material)

RCA (6402 “Worldwide 50 Gold Hits, Vol. 2”) $15-$25 / 1977
(Boxed, four-disc set. Black label, dog near top)
Note: Two discs in this set were repackaged for the RCA Record Club in 1978 as RCA 214567.

RCA (6414 “The Complete Sun Sessions”) $30-$40 / 1987
(Two discs. Includes “Digitally Remastered” cover sticker and bonus color 15″ x 22″ poster and Elvis Talks LP flyer)

RCA (6738 “Essential Elvis”) $30-$40 / 1988

RCA (6985 “The Alternate Aloha”) $20-$30 / 1988
(Add $5 to $10 if with “The Alternate Aloha” sticker)

RCA (7031 “Elvis Forever”) $20-$30 / 1974
(Two discs. TV mail-order offer)

RCA (7065 “Canadian Tribute”) $15-$20 / 1978
(Gold vinyl. Price includes photo inner-sleeve. Add $5 to $10 if with “Special Gold Album” sticker. Canadian issues of this have the same number, but are clearly marked on back cover as Canadian)

RCA (8468 “Elvis in Nashville”) $40-$50 / 1988

RCA (9408 “Stay Away Joe”) $20000-$25000 / 1967
(Identification number shown since no selection number is used. White label, black print. Single-sided. Reads: “Special Location Radio Program. MGM’s Stay Away Joe on Location Sedona, Arizona Compliments of Elvis and the Colonel.” Plain white inner sleeve has track titles typewritten, along with: “For KVIO broadcast, Sunday, November 5, 1967. Property of All Star Shows. Return to Col. Parker’s office after airing.” Promotional issue only, made for one-time broadcast by one radio station – KVIO, Cottonwood, Ariz. Self-contained program includes nine of Elvis’ gospel tunes along with KVIO announcer Joe Adams thanking the communities of Sedona and Cottonwood for the hospitality shown the cast and crew there during production of Stay Away Joe. Also includes publicity for Elvis’ two gospel albums as well as the upcoming [December 3] Special Christmas Radio Program)

RCA (9586 “Elvis Gospel”) $40-$60 / 1989

RCA (9589 “Stereo ’57, Essential Elvis, Vol. 2”) $30-$40      89
(Add $5 to $10 if with “Rare Unreleased Elvis Collectibles” sticker)

RCA (9681 “E-Z Pop No. 5) $400-$500 / 1955
(Promotional issue only. Includes tracks by other artists. Identification number shown since no selection number is used. Not issued with special cover)

RCA (213690 “Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Parts 1&2”) $150-$200 / 1974
(Two discs. Orange label. RCA Record Club issue only)

RCA (213690 “Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Parts 1&2”) 25-$$35 / 1976
(Two discs. Tan label. RCA Record Club issue only)

RCA (213690 “Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Parts 1&2”) $15-$20 / 1977
(Two discs. Black label, dog near top. RCA Record Club issue only. The two discs in this set were first issued as half of RCA 6401)

RCA (213736 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $75-$125 / 1973
(Two discs. Orange label)

RCA (213736 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $60-$80 / 1976
(Two discs. Tan label)

RCA (213736 “Aloha from Hawaii”) $30-$40 / 1976
(Two discs. Black label, dog near top)

RCA (214657 “Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Parts 3&4”) $15-$20 / 1978
(RCA Record Club issue only)
Note: The two discs in this set were first issued as half of RCA 6401.

RCA (233299 “Country Classics”) $15-$20 / 1980
(RCA Record Club issue only)

RCA (234340 “From Elvis with Love”) $15-$20 / 1978
(Two discs. RCA Record Club issue only)

RCA (244047 “Legendary Concert Performances”) $15-$20 / 1978
(Two discs. RCA Record Club issue only)

RCA (244069 “Country Memories”) $15-$20 / 1978
(RCA Record Club issue only)

SILHOUETTE (10001/10002 “Personally Elvis”) $30-$40 / 1979
(Two discs)

SPEAKERS CORNER/RCA (1035 “Elvis’ Christmas Album”) $25-$30 / 2006
(Audiophile 180g reissue)

SPEAKERS CORNER/RCA (2011 “A Date with Elvis”) $25-$30 / 2006
(Audiophile 180g reissue)

SPEAKERS CORNER/RCA (4155 “From Elvis in Memphis”) $25-$30 / 2006
(Audiophile 180g reissue)

STARDAY (995 “Interviews with Elvis”) $40-$60 / 1978
(Canadian)
Note: Previously issued on Great Northwest 4005.

SUN (1001 “The Sun Years”) $15-$25 / 1977
(Light yellow label, “Memphis” at bottom. Light yellow cover with light brown printing)

SUN (1001 “The Sun Years”) $10-$15 / 1977
(Darker yellow label, four target circles. Dark yellow cover with dark brown printing)

SUN (1001 “The Sun Years”) $10-$15 / 1977
(White cover with brown printing)

TM (“The Presley Years”) $200-$300 / 1981
(Boxed, 12-disc syndicated radio show. Includes script and cue sheets)

TIME-LIFE (106 “Elvis Presley: 1954-1961”) $15-$25 / 1986
(Boxed, two-disc set. Part of the Rock ‘N’ Roll Era series of sets available from Time-Life by mail-order. Includes brochure)

TIME-LIFE (126 “Elvis the King”) $75-$100 / 1989
(Boxed, two-disc set)

UNITED STATIONS (“Elvis Presley Birthday Tribute”) $100-$200 / 1989
(Four-hour radio show. Includes four pages of cue sheets. Promo issue only)

WATERMARK (“The Elvis Presley Story, 1975”) $700-$800 / 1975
(13-disc set. White label, pink letters. Includes a 48-page operations manual, which represents about $100 of the value. Promo issue only. Not issued with a special cover or package)

WATERMARK (“The Elvis Presley Story, 1977”) $600-$700 / 1977
(13-disc set. White label, pink letters. Includes a 48-page operations manual, which represents about $100 of the value. Promo issue only. Not issued with a special cover or package)

WESTWOOD ONE (“A Golden Celebration”) $150-$200 / 1984
(Boxed, three-disc set. Price includes instructions and cue sheets, which represent $5 to $10 of the value. Issued to radio stations only)

WORLD OF ELVIS PRESLEY $50-$100 / 1983
(One hour weekly radio show, numbered as program 1 through program 30. The show ceased operation after 30 programs. Each disc is accompanied by a single cue sheet. Price is for any one of the discs, although Program #3 is by far the rarest of them all)


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