Do you have any Elvis Presley vinyl record albums? Good news, many Elvis records are worth lots of money. The first way to determine if your Elvis records are worth money is by using our value guide below. Over the years collectors pay more for Elvis record albums in good condition. This guide helps you determine which Elvis record albums are worth the most.
Self Titled Debut Album
The iconic debut album of Elvis Presley is one of the most valuable vinyl records you can find. Even in well-loved and played condition, these debut albums are valuable. The original 1st pressing 1956 debut album will have RCA/Victor LPM-1254 on the top right cover. As with any collectible item, condition is everything. We sometimes see Elvis Presley debut albums fetching over $1,000 at high-end auctions ... but this is rare and they often are either still sealed or have the plastic and hype stickers still attached. Usually on auction websites like eBay, the value of an excellent condition Elvis debut album is $150 - $500. Well played copies of the record will usually sell for under $100.
The Elvis Presley Fan Club Moss Photo card came with a purchase of the album in 1956 for Elvis Presley fan club members.
These Moss photo cards are very rare and depending on the condition can sell for over $300.
Loving You marks Elvis Presley's first starring role in a movie and his first soundtrack album. Loving You record albums are quite valuable if they are in good condition. First pressing will be from 1957. Sealed Loving You record albums have a value in the $300 or more range. Top grade stereo Loving You record albums can sell for $500.
One year after Elvis Presley made his debut on vinyl he released a Christmas album in 1957. If you have one of these rare 1st pressing albums, it would be wise to time your sale around the Christmas holiday season in order to get top dollar. Collectors looking to purchase this Elvis Christmas album would be wise to try and buy it during the off-season. The Elvis' Christmas Album from 1957 in very good played condition can easily sell for $400 or more during the holidays.
King Creole marks Elvis Presley's 2nd soundtrack album released in 1958. The original LPM-1884 release is worth around $150 - $250+ depending on condition. There are several re-issue and variation releases that command a premium with clear or colored vinyl.
In 1961 Elvis Presley starred in the movie Blue Hawaii. The soundtrack vinyl record is one of Elvis Presley's most valuable if you can find it in good condition. The album features the hit song "Can't Help Falling in Love". In perfect sealed condition, the 1st pressing 1961 Blue Hawaii record is worth around $400. In opened/played condition the Blue Hawaii album is worth around $60 - $100.