The Beatles: PLEASE PLEASE ME 1st PRESS GOLD STEREO 1G/1R. EX EXAMPLE!!
March 18, 2018
March 21, 2018
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THE BEATLES PLEASE PLEASE ME 1963 1st *STEREO* PRESSING GOLD / BLACK PARLOPHONE LABELS MZT TAX CODE 1 G / 1R STAMPERS VINYL EX / LABELS EX / AUDIO EX / SLEEVE EX Following the success of my Beatles Please Please Me stereo from a couple of weeks ago I have been commissioned to sell this superb example, please look at the pictures and read the full description to make up your mind but I'm sure you will agree these are very hard to get in this condition. This is one of the most sought after records in the world today and has been for many years now. Trying to locate a nice example of this record is hard to say the least with most fetching unbelievable sums of money. This is a superb example with fantastic audio that plays through from start to finish with a clear punchy sound without any problems whatsoever.~ The vinyl surfaces to both sides have just a few light marks consistent with an EXCELLENT OR VG++++ grade whichever you prefer, as said none of which cause any problems. Both sides still have a nice deep shine. This is a piece of vinyl that has been well looked after. Please note that this is not in mint condition in anyway, but It is a brilliant example so please bid based on my grading's. ~ The labels have Dick James credits and are EXCELLENT on both sides and this is a true tell tale sign that this vinyl has been played sparingly and carefully, there is very little in the way of wear around either side of the spindle hole and the gold lettering is still bright and luxurious. It really would be hard to find a better example of these labels. Side two has the MZT tax code.~ The original Emitex inner sleeve is still present and in EXCELLENT condition, which finally brings us to the outer sleeve, in keeping with the rest of this item this is the very 1st pressing 'GOLD' sleeve with the Angus McBean credits to the far right bottom corner and although there is some wear and tear to the flipback's it is still in remarkably decent condition indeed and I would grade as a solid EX as there are not many of these that you see in as good condition. Please take a look at the pictures and I'm sure that you will agree. Overall I am proud to offer this record for auction as it is a nice solid example that plays wonderfully and looks great. Postage - I am happy to post anywhere in the world and I will communicate with the winning bidder on how they would like this to be done, I have been shipping records both home and abroad for many years so please have confidence that only the best packaging and services will be used. Happy bidding!!