Led Zeppelin Houses Of The Holy Earliest 1st Uk Press Lp + Obi A2 B2 *stunning*

This item have been sold for $180.33

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Welcome to my auctions....The time has come to sell my huge record collection over the next weeks/months...so check out my other vinyl listed, more added each week.

I am a private collector, selling my collection, I am not a dealer. Due to poor hearing, The record is sold as visually inspected so please base your bidding solely on this not what it might sound/play like. Even the most visually stunning record can have background noise, if you want perfect audio then please find another copy with audio gradings.

Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy - Green and Orange Atlantic Labels - Stereo - 1973 - Earliest UK Pressing - Both Labels Have NO 'Warner Brothers' Logo (WB) They do have 'Made In UK' 'Produced By Jimmy Page' 'Superhype Publishing/Warner Bros Music (1-4) Plus Correct Earliest placement of 'Houses Of The Holy' Title - Mega Rare A2 B2 Matrix Endings - EARLIEST Mothers/stampers - Stunning Vinyl - Stunning Sleeve and Original Inner + Almost Impossible To Find Earliest UK Obi Strip

This copy was one of the 1st off the presses. Along with Matt Gatefold Sleeve, Thick 'MacNeill Press' Inner sleeve and Sterling RL stamps in runout, It is one of the rarest copies ever to come up for sale and In Stunning Condition.

K 50014


K 50014 A2   A 3 STERLING RL
K 50014 B2   C 1 STERLING RL

Both sides have NO deep marks and NO deep scratches, Both sides are In really Stunning condition, Side 1 has no obvious marks at all, super clean and shiny, Side 2 has a couple of extremely faint small marks/hairlines, There is the odd extremely light sleeve removal mark All in very strong artificial light, it shines beautifully and is in Stunning condition.

Labels Have no damage or wear and are clean, very light signs of being played under strong light (spiders legs) and a few very small matt patches when held in the light that came from when it was pressed...see photos

Earliest Unlaminated Gatefold Sleeve Is in Really Great Condition, tiny patch of minor wear to top edge the rest of top edge is crisp. Spine is solid and undamage, bottom edge is crisp and has no wear, No rubbing or ringwear to front or back or inside. Back has a tiny indentation when held in the light. Opening edge is crisp. Inside is flat and clean. A really Superb example of this earliest sleeve ...See Photos

Original K50014 UK Obi Strip Does have a bit of wear/damage, there is a tear on one end, not all the way so it's still a loop. It is a little discoloured at each end and has a handful of creases. These were only issued with the very earliest pressings and most were thrown away so for this one to survive is amazing

Earliest Inner sleeve has a little writing to one side in the bottom right corner, no other damage and no splits, its still nice and clean and flat.

A Very Rare LP, In Stunning condition - Highly Sought After.

I will describe any flaws such as wear to sleeves, scuffs, marks or scratches to vinyl and describe them honestly, if you expect a better condition than I have listed then you need to learn to read. I will grade based on visual inspection under artificial light. PLEASE remember this is Vinyl...even brand new vinyl can have clicks and pops...that's part of its charm...if you want perfect audio without background noise...how about CD's or MP3's? Due to my poor hearing, The record is sold as visually inspected so please base your bidding solely on this, in the event that a record may not play well or have background noise no refund will be given because I have no way of verifying and as such, if you place a bid you are acknowledging this


With that said....many rarities will be listed, some fair condition some near mint.

Any questions...please ask.

Premium quality record mailers will be used with 2 sheets of additional cardboard.

All records are sent Sign For, Tracked and Insured for the purchase price, The postage cost reflects this.
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