Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Pink Floyd, Hawkwind, David Bowie, and more 20/12/17

This weeks highlights include an incredibly rare Pink Floyd LP, a rare Hawkwind 7″ and Blackstar by David Bowie on clear vinyl. Also look out for more rare items, imports, collectables and much, much more. Just check out our full listing now.

Pink Floyd – A Saucerful Of Secrets: Ultra Rare 1968 Japanese 7-track LP pressed on Wine Red Everclean Vinyl with black & silver Odeon labels, housed in the Hipgnosis pasted picture sleeve with unique pink ‘New Rock Best Series’ logo & lyric insert. The cover has nice, clean panels with a 3″ hairline split at the top & no other concerns. The spine appears Near Mint & the insert has just a tiny edge tear. The vinyl grades Near Mint with a deep sheen both sides & very little evidence of play. £695

Hawkwind – Sonic Attack: Legendary 1973 highly desirable single sided promotional-only vinyl 7″ in the original red titled cloth canvas bag. The most famous and most bootlegged Hawkwind collectable, this is the track taken from the Space Ritual album, featuring Robert Calvert reciting Mike Moorcock’s ‘Public Information Film’ apocalyptic rant. A small number were sent to record stations in the UK at the time – this is an original with the ‘WD 3637’ catalogue number machine stamped inthe run-out & a thin transparent plastic sheen to the label, which is another main identifier for it being the real deal. £595

David Bowie – Blackstar: Sealed Limited Edition 2016 US 7-track LP pressed on 180 gram Clear Vinyl, his twenty-fifth and final studio album including the 9:59 title track and Lazarus, die-cut ‘star’ gatefold picture sleeve with download card & 16-page booklet. This Bowie website special remains factory sealed from new with the ‘Parental Advisory’ sticker on the front and ‘8 88751 88851 7’ barcode sticker on the back, unopened, unplayed & in MINT condition. £395… the world’s largest online retailer of rare and out of print vinyl, CDs and music memorabilia – since 1987.

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