Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Paul McCartney, Prince, Joy Division, Led Zeppelin, Bowie and more…

….more rarest of the rare vinyl & CDs through the doors this week – including a mega-rare Wings 1978 EMI/BPI Platinum award, the Beatles ‘From Then To You’ Christmas LP on Apple, a 2007 US Test Pressing of Joy Division’s Still double LP, archive quality French 12″ issue of 1999 by Prince in unique sleeve, a 2015 Dutch exclusive blue vinyl issue of David Bowie’s ‘Man Of Words/Man Of Music’ LP, Led Zeppelin 7″ vinyl single boxset, early U2 collectables and much, much more….Here’s a few to whet the whistle, see them all here

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WINGS With A Little Luck: Official 1978 UK BPI Certified PLATINUM award, presented to EMI Records Ltd to recognise the sale in the United Kingdom of more than 250,000 copies of the Parlophone 1978 7″ vinyl single. This award features a silvervinyl copy of the 7″ single release mounted alongside a union jack logo above a custom engraved ‘BPI Certified Sales Award’ silver dedication plaque, framed & measuring 15″ x 10.5″ in total. A stunning item! Full info here
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PRINCE 1999: Archive Quality 1982 French 12″ maxi-single, featuring the 3:35 version & How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore, housed in a unique glossy picture sleeve. The cover shows very few signs of its age or origin & the vinyl is stunning near’as new’. This is the first time we have ever stocked one of these, a surefire investment grade item, more info here
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JOY DIVISION Still: Very Scarce Test Pressing for the 2007 US 21-track double LP, fully remastered from the original master tapes. Unlike the RTI Test Pressings we have seen, this is an impossibly rare Rainbo Records test disc, also Californian, with the custom studio labels annotated with the word ‘Re-Cut’ as well as the artist, title & side details. The first disc weighs 160grams & the second is 200grams. Unlikely to ever see again, both discs appear near mint, more info here

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