Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including The Doors, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and more

There’s nothing more satisfying than finding that one record you have been desperately searching for. The one that you have been saving for, waiting for the day it appears and you are ready to make it the centerpiece of your collection. Providing the best, valuable, and high quality records and memorabilia is what we have a passion for here, and it has been our mission since the start.

Each week we give you a round up of the premium collectables we currently have that are just waiting for the perfect home. You can see our top three highlights below, which include rarities from The Cure, Bob Dylan, and The Police. Head to our store to see our full listing of vinyl rarities and collectables.

The Doors – Super Deluxe: Rare 1973 Japanese-only 14-track LP on the blue Elektra ‘guitar man’ label, housed in a deluxe & unique gold embossed gatefold picture sleeve with integral picture/ lyric booklet & the original gold ‘star’ obi-strip. The packaging is Excellent with some minor edge wear from storage, remaining very much a fantastic example indeed. The vinyl is Excellent with a deep sheen both sides & merely the odd faint spindle mark on the label to show play. Recommended £195

The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: Rare 1967 UK first pressing 13-track stereo LP on the black & yellow Parlophone label with ‘The Gramophone Co Ltd’ & ‘Sold In The UK’ label credit, complete with the original red & white ‘flame’ inner & intact sheet of cut-outs, fully laminated internal flipback gatefold sleeve. A wonderful EX+ copy £195

Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland: Rare 1971 UK second issue of the classic 1968 16-track double vinyl LP, housed in a fully laminated Ernest J. Day gatefold sleeve with smaller images inside of Mitch & Noel & no additional upside down catalogue numbers on the labels. The sleeve has very little indication of age, with the colours still vibrant & sharp and just a light laminate crease to the reverse. The vinyl shows very little sign of play, with all four labels sharing very scant sign of spindle wear. There is a small scuff on Rainy Day which causes a small passage of crackle with a few clicks and no skips or jumps. Basically a fantastic copy, stymied only by a small section of wear; a very respectable copy of an alltime classic & at the fraction of the cost of a mint one! £195

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