Often viewed as the 'Holy Grail' of Beatles' collectables, this 1964 UK tin of talcum powder was manufactured by S-M LTD, 160 Piccadilly, London, W1 under the brand name 'Margo Of Mayfair', the elliptical tin measures 7" high by approximately 4½" wide with a superb 1963 picture of the band with stuffed toy & ski [!] on one side & individual portrait pictures on the other. Read the full description here.
Rare 1986 Japanese 12-track red CBS Sony label promotional only vinyl LP album, issued to promote the release of the 'Balance Of Power' album, side one features a seletion of songs taken from the album with side two featuring classic tracks from the back catalogue. Housed in a unique custom promo back pasted picture sleeve featuring the classic band logo on the front, the back is printed with release details for the 'Balance Of Power'album and 'Calling America' single with all text in Japanese except the tracklisting which is also in English – nice promo and only the 2nd copy we have ever seen.
2003 Argentinean 1-track promotional only CD for the song taken from the 'Body Language' album and features the 3 minutes and 13 seconds long Version, housed in a superb custom card wallet picture sleeve with Spanish text on the back.
Scarce Original 1976 UK EMI tan label 9-track vinyl LP, the second and final album by the British symphonic prog-rock quartet, delivering a distinctly 'Yes' inspired sound with Anderson-esque vocals and Squier-like bass but with their own layered mellotron style. This copy comes with its original shaped-corner illustrated lyric inner card sleeve. Picture/title sleeve showing some discolouration and ringwear, understandable due to its mainly white sleeve and 35 years of age with no tears, rips or writing in sight. The vinyl within looking barely played, remaining in near 'as new' condition making for a great example and superb play copy of a hard to find prog-rock gem!