QUEEN II~Very Rare UK Import Album (Near Mint) EMI #EMA 767 (with matrix errors)
October 12, 2021
April 28, 2020
♫♪♫ MEGA RARE UK IMPORT ♫♪♫ (see unusual matrix information below) A Very Rare Near Mint UK Import Album From QUEEN QUEEN IIOn the EMI record label and the number is: EMA 767The matrix numbers are: Side White: YAX 4735 - 4USide Black: YAX 4736 - 4UWhat's unusual about this album is that the matrix numbers were reversed on each side...they were "lined through"... and the correct matrix numbers stamped below the incorrect ones.A very, very rare version! The record is in Near Mint condition with no issues at all... it's just a wonderful play!Both labels are in excellent condition with no wear at all... (see pictures for label details up close)The soft-flex laminate gatefold cover is in excellent condition with no split seams or wear... TOP!The inner sleeve has "G & L" printed on it... and is in wonderful condition... If you have any questions... please feel free to contact me. We Ship Using Supplies Purchased From "BAGS UNLIMITED" For The Finest In Record Shipping Protection. ♫♪♫ WE COMBINE SHIPPING ON MULTIPLE RECORD PURCHASES ♫♪♫ International Bidders Please Note... Ebay's new required statement...• Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility.• Please check with your country’s customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying.”
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