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1963-'64
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1962 test Issue Auravision premium picture Records
1962 test Issue Auravision premium picture Records


  1964 Auravision Premium Picture Records
 
1964 auravision picture records Sandy Koufax
 1964 Auravision picture records Sandy Koufax
Item Details
  • CIRCA - 1964
  • RECORD LABEL - Columbia Record Productions
  • SPEED -  33 1/3 RPM
  • SIZE - 6 1/2" x 6 1/2"
  • PRICE GUIDE
    Complete Set - $75.-$150.
    Excellent - Near Mint Condition
    Individual records will vary based on the player. (see list below)
 
 
NOTES:
 
    After seeing the success Rainbo Records had with the flexi record technology by filling a 16 million disc order for General Mills, in 1955, Columbia Records developed "Auravision," a process of combining recorded sound with printed matter. In 1962 Columbia Record productions released a test issue set of 8 premium Auravision paper disc records. The transparent flexi record was laminated over a paper picture of a ballplayer. In 1964 Columbia produced a 16 record set featuring baseball stars of the day.

 The 33 1/3 RPM premium records were made available through special offers by Yoo-Hoo, Milk Duds candy boxes and Meadow Gold Milk containers. The overstock premium records were distributed by Sports Champions inc. that were used as giveaways by a number advertisers. In 1964, I received the records from the Good humor Ice cream man, and I like every other kid, ran home to play it. You then had to punch out the spindle hole, yet there are plenty of records with the punch-out intact. There were a large hoard of factory stock stored until they were let out into the collectors market in the late 1970's -1980's.

The records contain a 5 minute player interview with Sportscaster Marty Glickman. The front features a color player photo, accompanied by a facsimile autograph, with the player's bio and stats on the back. The checklist below is in alphabetical order by player followed by the estimated value.

 
 
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1964 Yoo-Hoo Auravision Record envelope   1964 Auravision Sandy Koufax Premium Record back  1964 Meadow Gold Milk Auravision record offer 
1964 Yoo-Hoo Auravision Record envelope  1964 Auravision Sandy Koufax Premium Record back 1964 Medow Gold Milk Auravision Record offer
Milk Duds Auavision Baseball Stars Picture Record Offer
Milk Duds Auavision Baseball Stars Picture Record Offer

1964 Auravision Picture Record Checklist & Price Guide
  PLAYER Value
Bob Allison $5. -$10.
Ernie Banks $10. -$15
Ken Boyer $5. -$10.
Rocky Colavito $5. -$10.
Don Drysdale $5. -$10.
Whitey Ford $10. -$15
Jim Gentile $5. -$10.
Al Kaline $10. -$15
  PLAYER Value
Sandy Koufax $10. -$15.
Mickey Mantle $15. -$30.
Roger Maris $15. -$20.
Willie Mays $20. -$35.
Bill Mazeroski $5. -$10.
Frank Robinson $10. -$15
Warren Spahn $10. -$15.
Pete Ward $5. -$10.
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