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I have an old 78 record of H.M. The queen Christmas message

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I have an old 78 record of H.M. The queen Christmas message to the commonwealth from 1952 how much is this worth please it's in good condition and in its sleeve
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Nora replied 3 years ago.
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Your vintage 1952 vinyl 78 recording of the first of Queen Elizabeth's traditional Christmas speeches would sell for a high average of 21 - 28GBP on today's market. The suggested insurance, or replacement value is 40 GBP.
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Expert:  Nora replied 3 years ago.
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