Investment Pieces: Beatles Please Please Me Black & Gold Label LPs

For investors, these well documented, reknowned ‘black and gold’ Parlophone label pressings of Please Please Me are the ones to hunt down.

We often come across copies that just don’t make the grade but are pleased to have secured copies of late that we believe make a fine addition to both serious Beatles fans and investors alike…

Please Please Me – Rare 1963 UK first press second variant 14-track mono vinyl LP on the legendary black & gold Parlophone label, with ‘Northern Songs Ltd’ label publishing credit for the songs I Saw Her Standing There, Misery, Do You Want To Know A Secret & There’s A Place, & “Dick James Mus. Co” credit for Please Please Me, housed in the Ernest J Day front laminated flipback picture sleeve with large mono logo on the top right hand corner of the sleeve & ‘Photo: Angus McBean’ credit to the far bottom right [no overlap with the print above] PMC1202 – Click here for extensive condition notes.

And for a more keenly price VG copy, click here for info…

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