Please bear with me on this... A valuation may be a little optimistic. To be honest, it's more help and advice I am looking for.
I have an original Return of the Jedi LP soundtrack. It is slightly dog-earred due to age but has been in a protective sleeve since I purchased it 15 years ago and plays well. There is a sticker on it which was a price label, which is annoying!
What makes it of value - potentially - is that is has a gold, foil deboss saying 'Promotional copy not for resale', which is why I purchased it.
However, on closer inspection there is a gramatical and quite funny spelling mistake on the record's label itself.
The track 'At the court of Jabba the Hutt' actually reads 'At the court of the Jabba the Butt'
I have been looking around for any reference to this anywhere for the past 6 months (since moving home and rediscvoering it) and cannot find any reference anywhere.
Even a Google search in qutoes for "At the court of the Jabba the Butt" brings back ZERO results!!!
Hence trying your forum...
Hopefully the link below to a tweet I sent with the picture in it will work?https://twitter.com/AntScarborough/status/620918716839133184
Again, any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.