Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Rolling Stones & More

This weeks highlights include a turquoise text Led Zeppelin debut LP, an excellent Black Sabbath box set, and a DJ copy of Emotional Rescue by the Rolling Stones. Also look out for rare early Pink Floyd pressings, ’90s grunge vinyl, and much, much more. Just check out our full listing now.

Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin: 1969 UK 9-track first issue stereo vinyl LP with ‘Superhype’ publishing credit on the labels, legendary fully laminated sleeve with turquoise lettering. This is the version with corrected label publisher credits, whilst the matrix is uncorrected without the third number scratched out. £1795

Black Sabbath – The Vinyl Collection 1970-1978: Amazing 2012 UK box set containing no fewer than the first <B>NINE</B> LPs, all remastered and suppplied in replicas of the original packaging with appropriate labels, inserts & inners, then pressed on 180gm audiophile vinyl, complete with a full size hardback book containing the artwork for the tour programmes of 1971, 1975, 1976 & 1978, a replica of the first single in its own picture sleeve & a download code for pulling down MP3 versions of all the tracks, all housed in a lavish high quality 13″ square box. The vinyl remains in fantastic near ‘as new’ condition. The box is near mint, just displaying the all too common stress fractures to the paper on the lower edge, largely because the vinyl is extremely heavy against the paper used to coat the box. See our images. A fabulous set and the best we’ve acquired to date! £495

Rolling Stones – Emotional Rescue – Special DJ Copy: Rare 1980 Japanese white label promotional only 4-track vinyl 12″ sampler for album featuring Dance, Where The Boys Go, Indian Girl and the title track, within a black & white custom picture sleeve. The sleeve displays only a little light general wear whilst the vinyl shows little signs of play. £295

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