Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Rolling Stones, David Bowie, U2, Oasis, The Who & More

…..big hitters this week include a top Rolling Stones rarity in the shape of 1st press Let It Bleed with poster, a mega-rare U2 promo only numbered lithographmore-Smiths rarities in the shape of promotional posters from the UK and US, Oasis sealed 5LP vinyl boxset, highly sought after rare prog/psych by Tractor on John Peel’s Dandelion label, vintage 1966 The Who tour programme, David Bowie Japanese only RED vinyl Blackstar 12″ and much, much more….Here’s a few to whet the whistle, see them all here

U2 No Line On The Horizon: Ultra rare 2009 UK promotional-only limited 34″ x 15½” framed artwork proof for the album which was given as a radio station competition prize. This unique piece of hand-numbered artwork features 11″ x 8″ individualportraits of Larry, The Edge, Bono and Adam, with white borders, plus printers colour coding chart and the date 10.02.2009 in the bottom left corner. The bottom right corner features ‘U2 No Line On The Horizon’ in black handwritten-style script and is hand-numbered 68 out of 125 copies! Beautifully framed and glazed to take PRIDE of place on your wall, more info here
OASIS Time Flies… 1994 – 2000: 2010 UK limited edition 26-track FIVE LP set pressed on Heavyweight Vinyl, celebrating the work of Oasis from start to finish. The album boasts a tracklisting which pays homage to the band, the hits & fans alike. The album contains every UK single as well as the ‘lost’ single, Whatever. With each LP is housed in its respective illustrated inner inside a deluxe box with booklet. This copy remains sealed with a custom song hype sticker!RKIDLP66) **Strictly Limited to 1500 Copies ONLY** More info here
ROLLING STONES Let It Bleed: Rare 1969 UK first issue third label variant 9-track mono LP, on an unboxed red label with no tax code, the publishing year is at the bottom of the label, the side number is on the left next to the spindle hole. Stereo versions of Let It Bleed far outweighed their mono counterpart by this point, making for a very collectable Stones record decades later. The front laminated sleeve has the mono/stereo die-cut indicator on the back with ‘Sleeve printed in England’ without a printers credit, & comes with the red bordered inner sleeve with ‘The London Bach Choir’ credit [later copies were blacked out] & rare poster. More info here

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