THE BEATLES - PLEASE PLEASE ME LP UK PARLOPHONE 1963 1ST BLACK & GOLD LABEL MONO


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THE BEATLES  PLEASE PLEASE ME LP UK PARLOPHONE 1963 1ST BLACK  GOLD LABEL MONO
Auction Details:
Code ID
#11683
Ebay Item #
141906630156
Sold Price
$1276.90
Bids
1
Auction End date
18 Feb 2016
Seller Location
Norwich

Item Description




THE BEATLES - PLEASE PLEASE ME LP FROM 1963 0N THE UK PARLOPHONE RECORD LABEL - PMC 1202 IN GREAT CONDITION WITH EXCELLENT AUDIO QUALITY.
MONO. FIRST PRESSING. BLACK AND GOLD PARLOPHONE LABEL
MATRIX NUMBERS: XEX 421 - 1N / XEX 422 - 1N
DICK JAMES PUBLISHING CREDITS AND SLEEVE MADE BY ERNEST J DAY WITH PRINTERS CREDIT ON RIGHT HAND SIDE, REAR OF SLEEVE. 
FRONT PHOTO CREDITED TO 'ANGUS MCBEAN' AT BOTTOM FAR RIGHT OF FRONT COVER OF SLEEVE WITH LARGE 'MONO' IN TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER.
CreditsBass, Vocals – Paul McCartneyDrums, Vocals – Ringo StarrGuitar, Vocals – George HarrisonJohn LennonLiner Notes – Tony BarrowPhotography By – Angus McBeanProducer – George MartinShort-lived first press with Black & Gold labels, the main pressing with the classic Parlophone black & yellow labels was released a couple of months later. HOUSED IN A STRIKING COLOUR PICTURE SLEEVE. SLEEVE IS IN VERY GOOD+ CONDITION. THERE IS SOME SURFACE/EDGE WEAR FOR A RECORD THAT IS 53 YEARS OLD & SOME STORAGE WEAR TO THE EDGES & CORNERS. THERE IS A SMALL TIPEX MARK ON THE REAR TOP OF SLEEVE, WHERE A NAME APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN ERASED (AS SEEN IN PHOTOS)
COMPLETE WITH ORIGINAL EMITEX POLYLINED INNER SLEEVE WHICH IS CLEAN WITH NO SPLITS TO THE EDGES.
THE VINYL IS IN EXCELLENT - CONDITION WITH CLEAN BLACK AND GOLD LABELS AND A LOVELY SHEEN.  THERE IS LITTLE OR NO SIGN OF SPINDLE WEAR AROUND THE CENTRE HOLES. THIS RECORD APPEARS TO HAVE NOT BEEN PLAYED MUCH AT ALL. THERE ARE A FEW FAINT/LIGHT HAIRLINE SURFACE MARKS ONLY VISIBLE UNDER A STRONG LIGHT - THIS REALLY IS A LOVELY COPY!



I HAVE PLAYED THE LP THROUGH AND THE AUDIO IS SUPERB WITH JUST SOME LIGHT OCCASIONAL BACKGROUND NOISE BETWEEN TRACKS! THIS IS A LOVELY EXAMPLE OF THE BEATLES FIRST MONO LP
ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED.