Monday’s Top Three! Including An Uber Rare Japanese-Only Beatles Box Set, A ‘Thatcher’ Sleeve On This Iron Maiden Gem And The Jackson Five’s FIRST Single!

The-Beatles-The-Beatles-Origi-283433THE BEATLES The Beatles Original Mono-Record Box

Fantastic 1986 Japanese only 10-LP vinyl box set issued to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of The Beatles' Japanese concerts, containing every MONO issued LP from Please Please Me through to Yellow Submarine pressed on RED VINYL complete with the original lyric inserts, picture sleeves and 'It Was 20 Years Ago' obi-strips, housed in a unique promotional only picture box. The box displays scuffing and shelfwear to the edges and corners, still retaining its original lustre and bold imagery. All of the albums are MINT & UNPLAYED. One of the best items we have ever had the opportunity to offer, very rare & complete!


Iron-Maiden-Prowler-10432IRON MAIDEN Prowler

Rare 1980 Japanese-only 7" single with a solid centre and picture labels, also includes Running Free, housed in a green EMI company die-cut paper sleeve complete with the picture insert featuring the censored 'Thatcher' artwork with lyrics to both songs on the reverse. Apart from some light foxing on the reverse the insert is in near mint condition, the vinyl is immaculate – first copy we have seen in six years!


The-Jacksons-Big-Boy-567869THE JACKSON FIVE Big Boy

Rare 1968 US advance promotional white Steeltown label 7" vinyl – A legendary release; this is the single which launched the career of one of the biggest stars in pop history! Released on Gordon Keith's short lived record label 1 year before the family outfit signed up to Motown. This recording took mere hours to lay down in the studio and in true early soul style, retains an immense rawness against Michael's sweet vocals. Backed with You've Changed, with only minor surface marks and slight 'foxing' marks to the label preventing this wax from recieving a Mint grading – A wonderful piece of pop history and a beautiful spinner!

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