BEATLES: Abbey Road, UK Apple PCS 7088 1st pressing 1969 LP in exceptional condition, the rarer earliest cover variation featuring the Misaligned Apple logo on back cover. This initial cover variation is in more than one way different from all later covers: the paper quality; the lamination stop-point at opening egde on front; the back spine - in many ways a different looking cover, compared to regular 1st pressing covers. Additionally, these covers are more fragile and harder to find in top-condition. -1, -2 matrixes. 2 M, 2 GR mothers / stampers. Very early pressing here!! Comes with the original Black inner.
VINYL is superb MINT-, unmarked and super clean, a couple of spindlemarks near center labels indicate 2-4 plays I believe. Absolutely stunning vinyl, playing with 'as new' sound-quality. COVER is brilliant EXCELLENT++ to MINT-, judge for yourself. Just a couple of laminate half-moon type creases on the lamination. Looks fantastic! One of the very best Misaligned covers I have ever seen for sure. INNER is EX++ without splits or wear.
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as close to new as a used LP or cover can get, unplayed or played 1-2
times at most with no visual signs of use on surfaces.
MINT- is superb,
almost like new. No marks, scratches, clicks, noise, or anything
else, aside from possibly a barely visible and inaudible hairline or
two. All minor blemishes will be mentioned in the individual
or EXCELLENT is
also VERY nice, 2-3 light inaudible marks/hairlines
perhaps, no disturbing noise, great sound quality.
nice with light hairlines, a few marks maybe. Please see individual
notes in case of VG+ or lower gradings.
still very enjoyable. See individual notes on the item in question.
not great, many marks and scracthes, but still playable. Most parts
of LP should still be OK to listen to.