RARE EX 1956 orig ELVIS PRESLEY lp self titled 1st album LPM 1254 MONO plays EX

Sold Date: December 1, 2019
Start Date: August 14, 2019
Final Price: $398.95 (USD)
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Here is a RARE collectable lp from my collection offered up for sale:  This is Elvis' debut 1st album "Elvis Presley", an original 1956 early 1st pressing released by RCA LPM 1254 (MONO). It has the heavy vinyl with silver top Nipper labels that say "Long Play" at the bottom. Still has baggie inner sleeve and cover still has old store price sticker on back, cool! Music features Elvis at his best in 1956 performing with Scotty Moore on guitar, great album. Songs include Carl Perkins "Blue Suede Shoes", Ray Charles "I Got A Woman", Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti", "Blue Moon". These originals are getting SCARCE and this one is excellent inside and out, super collectable! 

The vinyl rates EX, is super clean and glossy, has only a few small light marks, nothing heavy, labels with only a few spindle marks, looks minimally played! Has been PLAY TESTED, plays excellent from start to finish, deep clear sound with minimal surface noise, no skips or jumps, a very enjoyable listen! Dead wax reads G2 PP1282-3S 1 D3 and G2 PP1283-5S 1 D3

The cover rates EX, is super clean with bright colors, excellent front portrait of Elvis with no ring wear, edges and corners have minimal wear, no splits, no tape, binder edge EX and readable, back has just a few very light age discoloration spots (barely noticeable), looks minimally handled, has been well cared for. Baggie inner sleeve is clean, has minimal wear, no seam splits. (see all 12 pics)
Will be shipped in a plastic sleeve inside a record box with tracking. Vinyl will be shipped in sleeve outside cover to prevent cover splits. This item will be double boxed for extra protection. Check my eBay store "Groove Vibrations Vintage Records" for other rock n roll record gems! Buy more than one item from our list at one time and we will ship them together. Media rate may take up to 9 days but is usually much faster.