This weeks highlights include sealed Beatles and Jimi Hendrix albums direct from the USA, and a rare Pink Floyd 7″, See Emily Play. Also look out for more rare items, imports, and collectables as well as much, much more. Just check out our full listing now.
The Beatles – Let It Be: Sealed 1970 US first issue 12-track stereo LP with RED Apple labels, pasted gatefold picture sleeve with extra pictures inside the gatefold & ‘an ABKCO managed company’ text on the back & small deletion clipped corner. This miracle copy has managed to remain FACTORY SEALED from new in the original shrinkwrap & is therefore still mint & unplayed forty seven years later. The only thing that’s no longer 1970 about this album is the current market price, the rest has been sealed in time, ready for you to be the first to open it! £495
Jimi Hendrix – The Cry Of Love: Archive Quality Sealed 1970 US 10-track LP, housed in a heavyweight & lightly textured gatefold picture sleeve. This collector’s copy remains factory sealed in the original shrinkwrap with no deletion cuts & markings is therefore still MINT & unplayed decades on. Because this copy is sealed, the actual release is unknown. It is anticipated from the weight that this will be an early seventies tan label issue almost definitely. Very nice indeed & unheard of in this condition! £250
The Pink Floyd – See Emily Play: Rare 1967 UK 7″ vinyl single also featuring Scarecrow, with intact four prong push-out centre, Columbia company die cut paper sleeve. The vinyl on this second Columbia single is amazing, with just a few light paper scuffs to show for its fifty years. A highly sought after classic in beautiful near ‘as new’ condition. £195
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