Vinyl records dating first editions

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: ,000 - ,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: ,000 - ,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: ,500 - ,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value:

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

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Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).

NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.

If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).

I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

,500 - ,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value:

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

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Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).

NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.

If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).

I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

,500 - ,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).

NM Value: ,000 - ,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.

If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: ,000 - ,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: ,000 - ,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: ,500 - ,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value:

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

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Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).

NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.

If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).

I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

,500 - ,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value:

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

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Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U. There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).

NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000 with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record.

If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake.

Chances are you have a fake, though :( 1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).

I will also only include records worth $2,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

,500 - ,000Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them).

I will also only include records worth ,000USD or more. Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place.

Acetates, test pressings, signed copies (unless they were sold commercially as signed editions) or unique one-offs will not be included. A few promotional copies slipped out to radio stations.Mc Cartney had 50 copies made for friends and family.It is often speculated that the original acetate is the most valuable record in existence.This one is especially challenging because of its laminated top-loading cover and inserts (a poster and four portraits).There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label).

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