THE WHO Rare GREEK Picture SLEEVE 2x 7 1966 HAPPY JACK IVE BEEN WAY Townshend : USD 1.500.00

THE WHO Rare GREEK Picture SLEEVE 2x 7 1966 HAPPY JACK IVE BEEN WAY Townshend - rare vinyl collector item


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THE WHO Rare GREEK Picture SLEEVE 2x 7" 1966 *HAPPY JACK* IVE BEEN WAY Townshend

THE WHO Rare GREEK Picture SLEEVE 2x 7 1966 HAPPY JACK IVE BEEN WAY Townshend
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#25787
Ebay Item #
401383676587
Sold Price
$1500.00
Bids
1
Auction End date
20 Sep 2017
Seller Location
SALAMINA

Item Description

VG+ VG+ Record visually graded (Grading from Goldmine magazine)

Ring around the sleeve these two marks from pen or pencil (i dont even touch to find out, buyer will get the risk to erase them when he has the record in his collection) Rarest Greek 7" with Picture less than 100 copies pressed with Pic sleeve. Vinyl looks good if you check close you might few couple from very small hair lines, This record is so rare with its original PS very hard to find in any possible condition


Added to the listing today 22.08.2017 a second copy of the HAPPY JACK vinyl 7" for *COMPLETISTS* thats want to have both variations to their collections. The copy as shown in the pictures VG/VG (hairlines, little pen,please watch pictures, but this extra copy i give it for free to buyer, so other descriptions is needed)


the item sold as is, these two copies cant be sold seperately. Thanks


Buyer will notice if he doesnt the record he can return it back and he would get refund immediatelly

he hould return the record back exactly as he received it. If you want details for me, you can check my Feedback, last week i sold over 3,800 pounds a greek Pink Floyd and tons of records in the past most of them valued from $4,000.00 and over. -If the record doesnt sells a decent price, i would rather to keep it to my collection


Shipping and packaging goes with EMS courrier for free in an insane strong package a *Babushka* one

means over 5-6 boxes the one inside the other ( buyer will unpack for an hour at least) and this is how i pack all my records at least the last 6 years.


Thanks for reading/watching