News-Antique.com - Jun 22,2012 - June 22, 2012 – One of the most common questions in the antiques marketplace is, “What’s hot right now?” At Prices4Antiques.com, we always see lots of searches for music, especially records, and in the past seven days, it certainly seems folks are revisiting their favorites from summers past. We’ve seen searches for the classic Beatles’ 45 for “Can’t Buy Me Love,” The Cadillacs’ 1952 45 of “Gloria,” the 1962 LP The Dubs Meet The Shells, the Hornets’ 78 from 1953 with “I Can’t Believe,” and The Skyliners’ 1959 LP that includes their hit “Since I Don’t Have You.” These were the top five items viewed in our music category’s records section this week, but people searched for thousands of other antiques and collectibles at Prices4Antiques.com.
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