April 14, 2019
Start Date: April 7, 2019
Final Price: £385.00 (GBP)
Bid Count: 36
Seller Feedback: 844
Buyer Feedback: 30
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My dad was a private collector, he collected thousands and thousands of records from 1950's to early 2000's, many are rarities, obscurities and some are unique, I am not a dealer, just selling the collection now he is unable to do so himself.
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The Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed - Red Unboxed Decca labels - Mono -
Earliest 1st UK Pressing – Earliest Matrix Endings -1A -1A – Red Let It Bleed Decca Inner - Stunning Vinyl, Stunning Sleeve + Stunning Original Poster
Side 1 has 4 'cloudy' faint surface marks, one of these when held in the light has a very slight dip, to look at the record you would never notice it. It has absolutely no impact on play and if it wasnt for this It would be near perfect, Side 1 also has one very faint scratch, Side 2 has No actual marks or scratches, there are some extremely faint marks that would have come from the early inner sleeve (hazy) but these are only really on track 3. Has a Great shine. A Stunning Example of this rare record.
PLAYTESTED and it plays Wonderfully, strong and vibrant audio with no lessening in sound quality, no skips, jumps or sticks. Plays with some light static in quiet parts. As mentioned above, the small hardly noticable dip has no impact on audio. This record has been stored for 50 years and will benefit from a proper clean which usually reduces the light static.
Both Labels have Slight signs of play (spiders legs) under strong light. Clean labels, No wear. Stunning
Laminated Front/Unlaminated Back 'Stickered' Sleeve has only slight wear. Front has
very slight rubbing but is mostly still glossy and clean, a handful of tiny
creases from spine edge, a small indentation bump near bottom edge more visabale in the light. No wear to top edge or bottom
edge. Opening edge has No wear, crisp and solid. Top left and bottom right corners have a slight bump, other 2 have no wear. Spine is
crisp and Fully Readable with no wear, still slightly pinched each end, Back is Super clean with only the very slightest sign of rubbing near top. A Stunning Example of this rare sleeve.
Original Red Decca Let It Bleed Inner is a bit creased but clean, No writing, No splits or other damage.
Poster is Stunning, No wear or creasing, Near Perfect.
A Mega Rare and Very hard to find LP Complete with Original Poster.
will describe any flaws such as wear to sleeves, scuffs, marks or
scratches to vinyl and describe them honestly, if you expect a better
condition than I have listed then you need to learn to read. I will
grade based on visual inspection under artificial light. PLEASE remember
this is Vinyl...even brand new vinyl can have clicks and pops...that's
part of its charm...if you want perfect audio without background
noise...how about CD's or MP3's?