THE ROLLING STONES 1st press 1A/1A matrix short "Tell Me" DECCA LK 4605 UK Mono

Sold Date: February 13, 2020
Start Date: February 3, 2020
Final Price: £620.06 (GBP)
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THE ROLLING STONES 1st press 1A/1A matrix  short version  "Tell Me" DECCA LK 4605 UK Mono

1964 Unboxed DECCA  grooved 1st label   STUNNING AUDIO  RARE RECORD

1st Matrix  XARL-6271-1A     XARL-6272-1A     SEE PICS

First cover with Mona listed as 4th track Side One

and errors in cover printing   - credit Bozier instead of Dozier  for track " CAN I GET A WITNESS "

and error -  no ( IF ) in track  " YOU CAN MAKE IT IF YOU TRY "

both errors are corrected on label

Track 4 on Side One is titled " I NEED YOU BABY "  no MONA on label 

Includes original inner

Can't emphasise enough the quality of the recording play - all test played - play is outstanding 

no noise / hiss or crackle even quiet in between tracks and perfect sound - clear even on quiet tracks  

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CONDITION RECORD :  VG+ has some light visible marks but plays OUTSTANDING EX+ without skips or jumps - you won't be disappointed CONDITION COVER  :   VG-    see pics  all intact spine and flip backs but back has handling wear and top left poss a previous owners name 'blocked out ' with black felt tip / both sides show signs of ringwear and front you can see a few creases but a strong VG-   SEE PICS LABELS :   See Pics - you can see on both sides - previous owner has written initials in biro and there are spindle marks  
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On 12-Feb-20 at 14:03:43 GMT, seller added the following information:

ANSWER TO Question  re mother stampers Hi - yes no problem - as you are probably aware they are difficult to read even under a magnifying glass but here goes

SIDE 1 at 3 o'clock says U D or U C    at 9 o'clock 2
                                                                                D

SIDE 2 at 3 o'clock says one of a possible 4 different letters H / K / X / M very difficult to say which letter more likely to be M or K

at 9 o'clock says 1

Looking at the stamp KT on both sides at 12 o'clock I would say SIDE 2 probably stampers read 1 K ( 1 at 9 o'clock / K at 3 o'clock )

Hope this helps