Thursday’s Top Three! Including A Fantastic First Press From The Beatles, A Must-Have Pink Floyd And A First Issue Led Zeppelin!

The-Beatles-Love-Me-Do---1N--555165THE BEATLES Love Me Do

1962 UK first press red label 7" vinyl single with '-1N' matrix suffixes, indicating that it is the version with Ringo on Drums. Also features P.S. I Love You, die-cut company sleeve. There is just the lightest of spindlewear to indicate play and a faint '10p' marking on the A-side but otherwise this is a superb example!


Pink-Floyd-The-Dark-Side-Of-63814PINK FLOYD The Dark Side Of The Moon

1973 UK 10-track LP with 'EMI Records' perimeter text but 'The Gramophone Company Limited' label text at 9 o'clock, gatefold picture sleeve complete with two large fold-out posters and two unused stickers. The sleeve has only a few light signs of age with the vinyl and all content in immaculate conditon – a great complete copy.


Led-Zeppelin-Physical-Graffiti-171353LED ZEPPELIN Physical Graffiti

1975 UK first issue 15-track double LP with the machine stamped matrices A1/B5/C2/D1. One of the bands most diverse and challenging records, featuring household classics like Kashmir and lesser played gems such asThe Wanton Song. Housed in a great die-cut picture sleeve with thick card inners and card tracklisting insert. This copy is in a fantastic almost shop bought condition, doubt you will ever see another copy like this again.

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