Ohh I love going to Op-Shops and have found a few records that are probably worthless in the grand scheme of things, but to me they're GEMS .. None would have been over $1-$3
The Doors - Other Voices (The one where Jim Morrison is dead...)
Dusty Springfield - A Girl Called Dusty (Only 10 tracks, not 12 like the original.)
Black Sabbath - Vol 4 (Complete with double-page spread full cover insert. with Vertigo swirly label on disc. Sleeve has HEAPS of damage, but everything else is sweet)
Slim Dusty - The Slim Dusty Movie (2x LPs, definitely brings some nostalgic vibes)
But so far, my absolute FAVOURITE find has got to be one that I found at the local dump and cost me NOTHING! It was in amongst a whole bunch of other rubbish records (Humperdink, Claydermann, you know... the usual easy listening country stuff at op-shops etc):
The Will Upson Big Band - A Tribute To The Embassy Ballroom
This particular one caught my eye - it was in a sleeve and looked in pretty good condish - cover is black with foil accents on the writing and after a wipe it looks just like new. The vinyl itself was in incredible condition. Quadruple gatefold sleeve. Limited pressing to 2000. Includes A4 letter from Will Upson that has a watermark - letter looks to be typed on a typewriter or something because there is a correction on my copy using white-out. Listened to it and it's honestly one of my FAVOURITE ALBUMS EVER. I would have loved to be around back in the prime of the Embassy Ballroom (Perth, WA). Just awesome big-band jazzy fun. I love this song, Rum and Coca-Cola.