Top 10 Collectible Vinyl, CDs, Merchandise and Music Memorabilia added this week

…big hitters at eil towers this week, include a local rarity in the shape of ‘Paint A Picture’ by Fantasy, a highly sought after 1973 Brit-prog LP, a one-sided George Harrison promo 7″, a rare 2nd press of the Stones Beggars Banquet, an Australian pink vinyl edition of Dark Side Of the Moon, throw in a More Specials LP which is still sealed 36 years after release, look out for Sisters Of Mercy, U2 and more…Here’s a few highlights, for full Top 10 click here

FANTASY Paint A Picture: Rare original 1973 UK 10-track vinyl LP, the debut album from the quintessentially English progressive rock group who started at the Chapel Farm, a farmhouse near Gravesend in Kent, comes in a gatefold picture sleeve printed by MacNeill Press Ltd. More info here
GEORGE HARRISON & VICKI BROWN Shanghai Surprise: Mega rare 1986 UK Handmade Films unreleased one sided promotional-only vinyl 7″, with the stamped matrix number SHANGHAI-1 A-1C-1- in the run-out grooves on the playing side. Side one label is white with both artists’ names, title and publishing details printed in black text and ‘Promotion Copy Not For Sale’ in red, whilst Side two label is red and totally blank. This is one of only 100 copies pressed and remains in a fantastic condition with only light evidence of play, more info here
ROLLING STONES Beggars Banquet: Extremely Rare 1969 UK second issue of the 1968 10-track mono LP on the red ‘unboxed’ Decca logo ‘ffrr’ label with J/T tax code resited to above the catalogue number on the right, front laminated gatefold picture sleeve. As most mono requirements were catered for in the initial pressings, this second issue is far harder to find than that of the first, more info here


Shop for these and other rare vinyl records on
Got vinyl records or a Record Collection to sell? Sell to

Be the first to comment

We want your comments please!