ORIGINAL BRITISH
PARLOPHONE RELEASES
 

ALTHOUGH AMERICANS GREW UP WITH CAPITOL RECORDS ORANGE AND WHITE SWIRL LABEL SINGLES
AND CAPITOL (AND VEE-JAY) RAINBOW ALBUM LABELS, WE CANNOT FORGET WHERE THE BEATLES BEGAN,
AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH EMI'S PARLOPHONE RECORDS LABEL ON JUNE 6, 1962, WHEN THE GROUP
ENTERED ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS FOR A COMMERCIAL TEST WITH PRODUCER GEORGE MARTIN.
DURING THE NEXT EIGHT YEARS, PARLOPHONE RELEASED 22 SINGLES, 13 ALBUMS AND
13 EXTENDED PLAY DISCS FEATURING THE BEATLES INCREDIBLE MUSIC.

FAB 4 COLLECTIBLES PROUDLY OFFERS VARIOUSUNIQUE AND RARER ISSUES OF
THOSE ORIGINAL BRITISH PARLOPHONE (AND APPLE) RELEASES,MANUFACTURED AND
ISSUED IN THEUNITED KINGDOM FROM 1962 - 1970.

 
   
  45 SINGLES  
   
  "LOVE ME DO"  B/W  "P.S. I LOVE YOU"
PARLOPHONE 45-R 4949
ISSUED SHORTLY PRIOR TO OCTOBER 5, 1962 RELEASE DATE

PROMOTIONAL 'DEMONSTRATION' A-LABEL 45

EMI PREPARED APPROXIMATELY ONLY 250 PROMOTIONAL COPIES OF THE BEATLES FIRST SINGLE FOR PRE-RELEASE DISTRIBUTION TO SELECTED MEDIA AND RADIO STATIONS, JUST PRIOR TO ITS STREET DATE RELEASE OF OCTOBER 5, 1962.

WITH THIS DEMO'S HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE,  TOGETHER WITH THE MIS-SPELLING OF PAUL'S LAST NAME AS 'McARTNEY', THIS PROMOTIONAL RECORD WAS DESTINED TO BECOME EXTREMELY DESIRABLE, AND THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER COLLECTIBLE EVER. THIS EXAMPLE IS A BRILLIANT, SHIMMERING NEAR MINT WITH VERY MINIMAL PLAY TIME EVIDENT.

THIS RECORD HAS BEEN AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE CONSIDERED ONE OF THE RAREST BEATLES RECORD IN THE WORLD!

CONDITION: NM
ITEM#: PAR294
PRICE: ------




          4.13.18

 
   
  "LOVE ME DO" B/W "P.S. I LOVE YOU"
PARLOPHONE 45-R 4949

VERY FIRST PRESSING
OCTOBER 1962 STOCK COPY
WITH '1/G' STAMPER AND 'ZT' CODES

BOTH LABELS HAVE THE 'MADE IN GT. BRITAIN' TEXT BENEATH THE "" LOGO, AND THE 'ARDMORE & BEECHWOOD' PUBLISHING CREDITS ARE PRESENT.

ITEM#: PAR413
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  LP ALBUMS  
   
  "PLEASE PLEASE ME"
PARLOPHONE PMC 1202, MONO
RELEASED 3/22/63

ORIGINAL MONAURAL PRESSING OF THE BEATLES' FIRST ALBUM WITH THIS PARTICULAR COVER BEING one of RARER AND INITIAL RUNS, with "Printed and Made by Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd. London" In the lower right hand corner of the back cover (ONLY 10% OF BEATLES ALBUM COVERS IN BRITAIN WERE MANUFACTURED BY ERNEST J. DAY & CO. LTD.). 

THE ACCOMPANYING RECORD IS THE 'YELLOW AND BLACK' FIRST LABEL VARIATION WITH "THE PARLOPHONE CO." PERIMETER PRINT.

AN IMMACULATE AND SPECTACULAR TIME CAPSULE EXAMPLE.

ITEM#: PAR306
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  "WITH THE BEATLES"
PARLOPHONE PMC 1206, MONO
RELEASED 11/22/63

ORIGINAL MONAURAL VERY FIRST EARLY PRESSING WITH THE SONG YOU REALLY GOT A HOLD ON ME INCORRECTLY LISTED ON THE COVER AND THE LABEL AS YOU REALLY GOTTA HOLD ON ME.  ALSO THE SONG MONEY, HAS THE INCORRECT PUBLISHING CREDIT AS "JOBET MUS.". 

ITEM#: PAR278
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  "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT"
PARLOPHONE PMC 1230, MONO
RELEASED 4/10/64

ORIGINAL MONAURAL PRESSING OF "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT" WITH THIS PARTICULAR COVER BEING THE RARER INITIAL FIRST RUN VARIATION, PRINTED BY 'ERNEST J. DAY & CO. LTD."

THE ACCOMPANYING RECORD IS THE FIRST pressing datING from THE July 1964 release on the yellow AND black Parlophone label. Both labels have the earliest 'chubby' style WIDE font with the "Sold in UK..." text AND "The Parlophone Co." worded rims.

AN IMMACULATE AND SPECTACULAR FIRST PRESSING AND MOST LIKELY THE BEST EXAMPLE IN EXISTENCE.

ITEM#: PAR304
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  "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT"
PARLOPHONE PMC 1230, MONO
RELEASED 1968

1968 ISSUE - ONE OF THE RAREST UK BEATLES ALBUM VERSIONS IN EXISTENCE WITH THE LAMINATED BACK COVER

FAB 4 COLLECTIBLES IS PROUD TO OFFER A MOST GORGEOUS VINTAGE AND ULTRA RARE ORIGINAL 1968 PARLOPHONE  ISSUE OF THE BEATLES CLASSIC, "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT" MONAURAL ALBUM FEATURING THE INCREDIBLY RARE "ALL LAMINATED" FRONT AND BACK COVER. MOST COPIES OF THIS ALBUM FROM THIS TIME PERIOD HAVE THE NON-LAMINATED BACK COVERS, WHICH WAS THE STANDARD PRODUCTION STYLE FOR THE FLIP-BACK COVERS.

ANOTHER ADDED HIGHLIGHT IS THE FRONT COVER UPPER RIGHT FEATURES THE RARER SMALL "MONO" DESIGNATION PRINT.

THE ACCOMPANYING RECORD HAS THE PARLOPHONE 'YELLOW AND BLACK' LABEL AND IS THE 1968 RUN OF LABELS WHICH HAS THE PERIMETER PRINT STARTING WITH "THE GRAMOPHONE CO. LTD." AND WITHOUT  "SOLD IN THE U.K." PRINT ACROSS THE LABEL.

ITEM#: PAR293
PRICE: ------


 
   
  "BEATLES FOR SALE"
PARLOPHONE PCS 3062, STEREO
RELEASED 12/4/64

THIS IS THE RARER ORIGINAL STEREO FIRST ISSUE WITH THE GATEFOLD COVER (PAR3062.SC1A, SPIZER) HAVING THE "STEREO" DESIGNATION IN MEDIUM OUTLINED LETTERS IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER ON THE FRONT. ALSO, THIS EXAMPLE IS THE INITIAL COVER THAT HAS THE OUTER EDGE OF THE GROUP ON THE BACK COVER IN SHARP FOCUS (THE LATER COVERS HAVE FEATHERED EDGES TO MAKE THE SUPER IMPOSITION LESS APPARENT). VERY FIRST BLACK AND YELLOW PARLOPHONE LABELS WITH PARLOPHONE PERIMETER PRINT AND THE "SOLD IN THE U.K." PRINT ACROSS THE LABEL ABOVE THE SPINDLE HOLE.

BRITISH STEREO PRESSINGS ARE MUCH RARER THAN MONO, FOR RECORD COMPANIES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM PRESSED RECORDS ON THEIR DEMAND.

ACCOMPANIED BY THE ORIGINAL "EMITEX" PROTECTIVE INNER SLEEVE.

ITEM#: PAR287
PRICE: $750


 
   
  "HELP!"
PARLOPHONE PMC 1255, MONO
RELEASED 8/6/65

THIS ORIGINAL MONAURAL PRESSING OF "HELP!" INCLUDES A BRILLIANT NEAR MINT FRONT-LAMINATED, TRI-FLIP BACK COVER AND IS THE INITIAL FIRST RUN, HAVING THE MEDIUM SIZE OUTLINED "MONO" DESIGNATION IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER OF THE FRONT, AND "PMC 1255" IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER OF THE BACK, WITH  THE COVER PRINTED BY 'GARROD & LOFTHOUSE LTD.' .

THE ACCOMPANYING AND SHIMMERING NEAR MINT RECORD HAS THE PARLOPHONE 'YELLOW AND BLACK' LABEL AND IS THE FIRST RUN WHICH HAS THE PERIMETER PRINT STARTING WITH "THE GRAMOPHONE CO." AND THE "SOLD IN THE U.K." PRINT ACROSS THE LABEL ABOVE THE SPINDLE HOLE. THIS LABEL VARIATION IS THE STYLE WITHOUT SERIFS ON THE SONG TITLES.

THIS ORIGINAL MONAURAL PRESSING OF "HELP!" IS AN ABSOLUTELY EXCEPTIONAL EXAMPLE AND SELDOM SEEN IN THIS CONDITION.

ITEM#: PAR285
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  "RUBBER SOUL"
PARLOPHONE PCS 3075, STEREO
RELEASED 12/3/65

ORIGINAL INITIAL STEREO PRESSING HIGHLIGHTED BY THE MUCH RARER LABEL VARIATION (PAR 3075.SR1A(ii), SPIZER) THAT LISTS THE TRACK "NORWEGIAN WOOD" MISSPELLED AS "NORWEIGIAN WOOD". FURTHERMORE, THE SIDE TWO LABEL IS A MISMATCH. IT HAS THE SAME STYLE LABEL AS SIDE ONE, YET THE "SOLD IN THE U.K." PRINT IS MISSING UNDER "PARLOPHONE" (PAR 3075.SR2A, SPIZER).

A MOST GORGEOUS NEAR MINT SET, WITH THE COVER BEING THE VERY FIRST ISSUED, MANUFACTURED BY 'ERNEST J. DAY'.

ITEM#: PAR281
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  "RUBBER SOUL"
PARLOPHONE PMC 1267, MONO
RELEASED 12/3/65

ORIGINAL MONAURAL VERY FIRST AND RARE EARLY PRESSING WITH THE "-1" TRAIL OFF STAMPER VERSION KNOWN AS THE "LOUD CUT" OR "LOUD MIX". SHORTLY INTO THE PRODUCTION RUN OF THIS FIRST MIX, EMI DECIDED THAT THE ALBUM WAS CUT TOO LOUD AND CEASED PRODUCTION. NEW MONO LACQUERS WERE RE-CUT, NEW METAL PARTS WERE MADE AND EMI RESUMED PRESSING OF THE ALBUM.

ACCOMPANIED BY THE ORIGINAL "EMITEX" PROTECTIVE INNER SLEEVE.

ITEM#: PAR279
PRICE: -----



 
   
  "THE BEATLES' SECOND ALBUM"
PARLOPHONE CPCS 103, STEREO
RELEASED LATE 1965

ULTRA-RARE U.K. CAPITOL RECORDS EXPORT ALBUM

RARER LABEL VARIATION WITH MISSPELLED "McCARTHY" COMPOSER CREDIT ON "THANK YOU GIRL".

EMI EXPORTED ITS RECORDS TO COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES THAT HAD LIMITED MANUFACTURING CAPACITY. IN ADDITION, THE COMPANY SENT DISCS TO BRITISH AND AMERICAN MILITARY BASES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD AND A FEW OTHER OUTLETS. DURING 1965 AND 1966, EMI MANUFACTURED THREE OF THE UNIQUE AMERICAN CAPITOL RECORDS ALBUMS FOR SALE AT U.S. BASES: "SOMETHING NEW" (ISSUED BY EMI IN JULY 1965), "THE BEATLES' SECOND ALBUM" (LATE 1965), AND FINALLY "BEATLES VI" (EARLY 1966).

OFFERED HERE IS THE SECOND ISSUED EXPORT CAPITOL ALBUM, "THE BEATLES' SECOND ALBUM". THE COVER IS IN STUNNING NEAR MINT MINUS CONDITION WITH NO SPLITS, NO RINGWEAR, AND THE ENTIRE COVER HAS RETAINED A BRIGHT WHITE TONE THROUGHOUT.

THE RECORD IS AMAZING AS WELL WITH A GORGEOUS PAIR OF NEAR MINT LABELS, with just a LIGHT single spindle mark around the side 1 cenTER hole only. the VINYL IS A SHIMMERING, SPARKLING NEAR MINT. IT HAS THE BLACK AND YELLOW PARLOPHONE LABELS WITH THE GRAMOPHONE PERIMETER PRINT AND WITHOUT THE "SOLD IN U.K." LINE.

ITEM#: PAR308
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  "BEATLES VI"
PARLOPHONE CPCS 104
RELEASED EARLY 1966


ULTRA-RARE U.K. CAPITOL RECORDS EXPORT ALBUM

EMI EXPORTED ITS RECORDS TO COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES THAT HAD LIMITED MANUFACTURING CAPACITY. IN ADDITION, THE COMPANY SENT DISCS TO BRITISH AND AMERICAN MILITARY BASES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD AND A FEW OTHER OUTLETS. DURING 1965 AND 1966, EMI MANUFACTURED THREE OF THE UNIQUE AMERICAN CAPITOL RECORDS ALBUMS FOR SALE AT U.S. BASES: "SOMETHING NEW" (ISSUED BY EMI IN JULY 1965), "THE BEATLES' SECOND ALBUM" (LATE 1965), AND FINALLY "BEATLES VI" (EARLY 1966).

OFFERED HERE IS THE THIRD AND FINAL EXPORT CAPITOL ALBUM OFFERED, "BEATLES VI". THESE THREE EXPORT ALBUMS WERE PRODUCED IN LIMITED NUMBERS, issued only in stereo, THEREFORE MAKING THEM QUITE RARE AND VERY DIFFICULT TO ACQUIRE, ESPECIALLY IN RESPECTABLE NEAR MINT CONDITION.

ITEM#: PAR300
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  "REVOLVER"
PARLOPHONE PMC 7009, MONO
RELEASED 8/5/66

ULTRA-RARE MONO "REMIX 11" WITH STAMPER "XEX-606-1".

THE EXTREMELY RARE VERY FIRST INITIAL MONAURAL PRESSING OF REVOLVER  WHICH IS INDICATED WITH THE STAMPED TRAIL-OFF MARKING ON SIDE TWO AS "XEX-606-1". THIS STAMPER INDICATES THAT THE RECORD HAS THE ULTRA-RARE MONO "REMIX 11" OF THE LAST TRACK OF THE ALBUM  TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS.

AFTER A RELATIVELY SMALL NUMBER OF MONO ALBUMS WERE PRESSED WITH "REMIX 11", GEORGE MARTIN DECIDED THAT REMIX 8 SHOULD HAVE BEEN USED. A NEW LACQUER WAS CUT WITH REMIX 8, AND ALL FUTURE PRESSINGS OF THE ALBUM HAVE THIS MIX.

ANOTHER RARE HIGHLIGHT OF THESE FIRST INITIAL MONO LABELS, IS THAT THE SONG TITLE DOCTOR ROBERT IS MISTAKENLY PRINTED AS THE ABBREVIATED TITLE "DR. ROBERT".

ITEM#: PAR291
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  "A COLLECTION OF BEATLES OLDIES"
PARLOPHONE PMC 7016, MONO
RELEASED 12/9/66

BRIAN EPSTEIN INFORMED EMI THAT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE BEATLES CAREER, THE GROUP WOULD NOT HAVE AN ALBUM OF NEW MATERIAL FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON. IN ORDER TO FILL THE VOID, EMI TURNED TO ITS ARCHIVES. THIS MARKED THE FIRST TIME EMI ATTEMPTED A BEATLES HITS LP, AND THIS 16 TRACK "OLDIES" LP FEATURES MOST OF THE GROUP'S MAJOR HITS AND ONE NEW TRACK BAD BOY, WHICH WAS UNRELEASED UNTIL NOW.

THIS IS THE ORIGINAL MONAURAL FIRST PRESSING WITH THE COVER HAVING A SMALL "MONO" DESIGNATION IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER ON THE FRONT, AND, ON THE BACK, HAS "PMC 7016" AND "ALSO AVAILABLE ON STEREO NO. PCS 7016" IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER. THESE COVERS WERE PRINTED BY GARROD & LOFTHOUSE.

THIS SUPERB ONE-PLAY MONO FIRST PRESSING HAS THE YELLOW AND BLACK PARLOPHONE LABELS WITH GRAMOPHONE PERIMETER PRINT AND "SOLD IN U.K.".

ITEM#: PAR307
PRICE: ------



 
   
  "A COLLECTION OF BEATLES OLDIES"
PARLOPHONE PCS 7016, STEREO
RELEASED 12/9/66

THIS COVER IS THE VERY FIRST ISSUED, WHICH WAS MANUFACTURED BY ERNEST J. DAY, HAVING THE "STEREO" DESIGNATION PRINTED IN THE DRAWING ON THE FRONT COVER IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER. THE BACK COVER HAS "PSC 7016" AND A STEREO EQUIPMENT WARNING IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER.

THIS INITIAL STEREO PRESSING HAS THE BLACK AND YELLOW PARLOPHONE LABELS WITH GRAMOPHONE PERIMETER PRINT AND THE "SOLD IN THE U.K." PRINT ACROSS THE LABEL ABOVE THE SPINDLE HOLE. THIS LABEL VARIATION HAS THE SONG TITLES IN WIDE FONT WITH SERIFS, AND THE "STEREO" PRINT IS THE LARGER FONT STYLE AND IS PLACED ABOVE THE "ONE" IN THE WORD "PARLOPHONE"

ITEM#: PAR297
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     "THE BEATLES" (WHITE ALBUM)
APPLE (PARLOPHONE), PMC 7067/68, (2 LP SET), MONO
RELEASED 11/22/68, SERIAL NUMBER: "No. 0279419"

ORIGINAL U.K. MONO FIRST ISSUE 'TOP LOADER'.

FAB 4 COLLECTIBLES PROUDLY OFFERS HERE THE EXTREMELY RARE ORIGINAL 1968 UK ISSUE MONO PRESSING OF "THE BEATLES" ("WHITE ALBUM"). THIS EXAMPLE IS TOTALLY COMPLETE WITH ALL THE ORIGINAL INSERTS INCLUDING THE LARGE POSTER, THE FOUR 8" X 13" JOHN KELLY HIGH QUALITY GLOSSY PORTRAIT COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS OF EACH BEATLE, AND THE ORIGINAL DIE-CUT BLACK INNER SLEEVES.

THIS IS AN ORIGINAL NUMBERED COPY (No. 0279419), AND IS AN EARLY NUMBERED BATCH, VERY FIRST ISSUE, DICTATED BY AND FEATURING THE COVER THAT LOADS THE RECORDS FROM THE TOP.  THE FIRST 300,000 SERIAL NUMBERS ON THE FRONT COVERS WERE GENERALLY HELD FOR MONO COVERS, AND THIS PARTICULAR NUMBERED COVER IS IN THE FIRST PORTION OF THOSE NUMBERS.

ORIGINAL MONAURAL COPIES OF THIS LP ARE ALWAYS AMONG THE MOST DIFFICULT TO FIND OF ANY BEATLES ALBUM.

ITEM#: PAR305
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  "YELLOW SUBMARINE"
APPLE (PARLOPHONE), PCS 7070, STEREO
RELEASED 1/17/69

THIS STUPENDOUS, SUPERB STEREO EXAMPLE IS TRULY ONE OF THE BEST THAT HAS SURFACED TO DATE. THE FRONT LAMINATED, TRI-FLIPBACK 'GARROD & LOFTHOUSE LTD.'  PRINTED STEREO COVER, HAS THE PRINTER'S CREDIT AND PATENT NUMBER ON THE REAR LOWER FLIPBACK.

THE RECORD IS AN AMAZING, STELLAR NEAR MINT, WITH FACTORY-FRESH, DEEP-GLOSS PLAYING SURFACES WHICH ARE UNMARKED AND 'AS NEW' IN STRONG DAYLIGHT.

ITEM#: PAR310
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  "ABBEY ROAD"
APPLE (PARLOPHONE),
PCS 7088, STEREO
RELEASED 9/26/69

VERY FIRST PRESSING WITH ULTRA-RARE MISALIGNED APPLE LOGO ON BACK COVER AND WITHOUT "HER MAJESTY" ON THE SIDE 2 LABEL

This STUPENDOUS ORIGINAL BRITISH VERY FIRST pressing dates FROM September 1969 WITH the dark green Apple, AND The side 2 label omits the title "Her Majesty" from its track-listing. THE RECORD IS Housed in THE fully laminated 'Garrod & Lofthouse' printed cover.

THIS COVER IS THE ULTRA-RARE FIRST VARIATION WITH The Apple LOGO 'LEFT misaligned' beneath the side 1 track-listing on the rear panel. THE LATER CORRECTED COVER HAS THE APPLE LOGO SHIFTED RIGHT DIRECTLY UNDER THE TRACK-LISTING.

ITEM#: PAR303
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  "ABBEY ROAD"
APPLE (PARLOPHONE), PCS 7088, STEREO
RELEASED 9/26/69

STUNNING EXAMPLE WITH THE GREEN APPLE LOGO ON THE BACK COVER IN THE CORRECTED POSITION.

ACCOMPANYING RECORD LABELS HAS THE "33" LOCATED IN THE INDENTED CENTERED POSITION BELOW "AN E.M.I. RECORDING" PRINT ON BOTH SIDES OF THE LABELS (THE STANDARD LABELS HAS "33" ALIGNED TO THE LEFT). FURTHERMORE, THERE IS A SMALL SPACE BETWEEN "MFD. IN THE U.K." AND THE "SIDE" 1 AND 2 DESIGNATIONS.

ITEM#: PAR288
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  "LET IT BE"
APPLE (PARLOPHONE), PXS 1 / PCS 7096, STEREO
RELEASED 5/8/70

ORIGINAL FIRST PRESSING MAY 8, 1970 RELEASE OF THE UK "LET IT BE" BOX SET, TOTALLY COMPLETE WITH ITS 100% GENUINE, ORIGINAL CONTENTS AND COMPONENTS.

FAB 4 COLLECTIBLES PROUDLY OFFERS THIS ORIGINAL FIRST PRESSING MAY 8, 1970 RELEASE OF THE UK "LET IT BE" BOX SET, TOTALLY COMPLETE WITH ITS 100% GENUINE, ORIGINAL CONTENTS AND COMPONENTS: FULLY LAMINATED OUTER SLIPCASE BOX, BLACK CARD OUTER TRAY, BLACK CARD INNER TRAY, THE 164-PAGE "GET BACK" BOOK, LP ALBUM COVER, LP RECORD AND INNER DUST SLEEVE.
 THIS FULLY COMPLETE EXAMPLE IS TRULY MAGNIFICENT, AND ONE OF THE BEST WE HAVE SEEN.

ITEM#: PAR311
PRICE: ------

 

 
   
  EXTENDED PLAY  
   
  "MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR"
PARLOPHONE MMT-1, MONO
RELEASED 12/8/67

ORIGINAL MONO FIRST PRESSING TWO-DISC EP SET (-1/-1/-1/-2 MATRIX ENDINGS) WITH FIRST ISSUE 'GARROD & LOFTHOUSE LTD.' ORIGINAL GATEFOLD BOOK AND ATTACHED BLUE LYRIC INNER SHEET.

ITEM#: PAR436
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