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. Head to our store to see our full listing of vinyl rarities and collectables.
Clive Culbertson – Time To Kill: Irish powerpop holy grail 1979 solid centre 7″ single on Rip Off Records, the debut solo release by the former The Sweat / No Sweat frontman, also featuring Busy Signal, housed in a custom printed paper bag. Thedelicate bag is creased & curled around the edges due to being oversized & not fitting as snug as usual in the punk 45 racks, but the print is unfaded & clearly visible. The vinyl is near ‘as new’ £150
Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin III: Rare 1970 UK first press 10-track stereo LP with Peter Grant label credit below the album title & ‘Do What Thou Wilt’ / ‘So Mote It Be’ hand-scratched into the run-outs, die-cut laminated gatefold picture sleevewithtop & bottom opening rotating wheel half £150
Ten Years After – A Space In Time: 1971 UK first issue 10-track LP on the green Chrysalis label with the white ‘i’ Island logo at the top, matt picture sleeve with a pinched spine. Considering the sleeve was never laminated, the colours remain nice & vivid with just a l ittle sun fading & scuffing along with spine leaving the text legible, there is a little ringwear, but nothing to really take away from the artwork. The vinyl is Excellent to Near Mint with almost no indication of play. £150
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