Wednesday’s Top Picks! Including George Harrison, The Who and Robert Calvert!

Robert-Calvert-Captain-Lochheed-361577 ROBERT CALVERT Captain Lockheed And The Starfighters

Original 1974 UK United Artists 17-track vinyl LP, housed in gatefold 'silver font' embossed picture sleeve deaturing great illustrations by Stanislaw Fernandes complete with fold-out lyric insert and great teutonic Eagle silvered inner sleeve.The sleeve remains near mint whilst the vinyl remains MINT over 35 years on, stunning copy!

 

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THE WHO/ VARIOUS Glad Rag Ball

Incredibly rare 1965 UK concert programme for the shows in November that year at the Empire Pool, Wembley. Includes a great black & white centrefold shot of The Who, as well other performers such as Georgie Fame, The Barron Knights, The Merseybeats & more. The programme measures 7½"x 9½" with a nice three colour montage picture cover. Completing the package is the original ticket stub and insert letter from the ticket agency. There is just the very lightest of edge creasing but otherwise this is a superb copy & an incredible find!

 

George-Harrison-All-Things-Must-P-487552 GEORGE HARRISON All Things Must Pass

Scarce original 1970 US Apple label 23-track triple vinyl LP box set with fold-out colour poster and coloured inner lyric sleeves. This box set was released over 35 years ago. In 1970 The Beatles were hugelypopular and everything released sold by the million, so finding Beatles originals in average or even very good condition is quite common. However, now and again you come across a real gem and that is what we've found here. This copy amazinglyremains FACTORY SEALED from new and is therefore still MINT and unplayed nearly 40 years on! On the front of the box (on the shrink) in the top right hand corner it retains the white sticker with details of what the box contains in red text. Keep it sealed or be the first person EVER to put a stylus to this amazing copy. A timewarp piece of historical importance!

 

 

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