This range consists of spectacular, substantially sized, unusual, limited edition displays featuring a fully mounted CD gold disc, photo display and a commemorative guitar pick collection of the featured band / artist(s).
Each comes with a metal plaque and full Certificate Of Authenticity, both bearing the limited edition number. The gold discs are electroplated by qualified technicians to prevent the cracking and / or peeling which is problematic with lower-quality items and completed by 24" x 20", plexiglass-covered, gold aluminium frame with mount. With issues limited to just 50 per display and realistically priced, these items seem sure to have great appeal to enthusiasts and collectors.
The wide range includes most music genres and some of the best-selling albums of all-time, making them extremely collectible items. Michael Jackson's "Thriller" album, by far the biggest seller of all-time gold albums, having shipped 110 million copies, is included and must surely prove extremely popular with collectors, especially given the artist's recent demise, along with his 1987 "Bad" album.
Other major-selling gold discs include Pink Floyd's 1973 "Dark Side of the Moon," with 45 million in sales and Meat Loaf's 1977 "Bat Out Of Hell" (43 million). Although not selling 40 million copies, The Beatles' 1967 "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" did reach 32 million in sales and will be sought after, along with another 4 gold records by the legendary band. Bruce Springsteen's gold records, the 30 million selling 1979-released "Born in the USA" and 1975 "Born to Run" seem likely choices. Guns N' Roses 1987 debut album "Appetite for Destruction" is a good pick for fans of hard rock gold records, having realised 28 million sales. Fans and collectors of Alternative rock gold discs may be attracted to Nirvana's 1991 release, "Nevermind."
In summary, this range of best-selling album displays should contain something for everyone.