Hove dealer sells album for £1k at Brighton Record Fair

Posted On 12 Jul 2015 at 8:45 pm

A dealer from Hove sold a rare album for £1,000 at Brighton Record Fair today (Sunday 12 July).
Josh Dean sold Plays – a 1960s psychedelic vinyl LP by a band called Pussy.
Cracks aside, Mr Dean said: “I just wanted to be able tell my boys that I sold an album for a grand.”

He said that the sale – at the Brighton Centre – netted him the most he’d ever made from a record.

  Mr Dean, who also DJs, picked it up for £1 at a car boot sale and didn’t realise quite how valuable it is until he got home and looked it up.

He trades on eBay as Mrs Canuticacqs Emporium, having previously run a shop of the same name in Stirling Place, Hove.

He also buys. Call 07762 106959.

The next record fair at the Brighton Centre is on Saturday 29 August.

  1. Christopher Hawtree Reply

    Isn’t this article simply an advert for the middleman?

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