THE BEATLES: ‘SOMETHING NEW’ – ULTRA RARE 1965 - LABEL ERROR - UK - EXPORT STEREO VINYL LP - CPCS 101 - MISPRESSED WITH 'SOLD IN UK LABEL TEXT' ON BOTH RECORD LABELS!
This is the Ultra Rare First Pressing of the first UK Beatles Export Album ‘Something New’ with First Pressing Label Errors!
Beatles - Something New
Label: Parlophone CPCS 101 BLACK and YELLOW LABEL
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Misprint, Stereo, Export Pressing
Style: British Invasion
YEEX 7 - B12
YEEX 8 - B12
SIDE 1 - 1 and R
SIDE 2 - 1 and G
This Gem has Mother Stamper Markings 1R on side 1 and 1G on side 2 and additionally has the incorrect, 'Sold in U.K.' Label Text on both record labels.
Embossed Tax Code "K" and "T" Visible on Side 1 label.
This album was mispressed displaying the incorrect 'Sold in UK subject to resale’ label text, but with the correct ‘The Parlophone Co Ltd.’ label rim, correct CPCS 101 Catalog number, together with the correct ‘Made in Gt. Britain’ label text.
This ‘Sold in UK’ label error was quickly corrected, and all subsequent issues of this 1st pressing showed the correct labels omitting, of course, the ‘Sold in U.K.’ label text, and of course U.K. Exports LPs were not available for sale in the U.K..
VINYL: NM with full gloss. Beautiful!
LABELS: EX with slight spindle mark on side 1.
COVER/JACKET: EX in Shrink. Shrink is crinkled and torn in three places. Price sticker placed underneath torn section of shrink. Please see photographs. No seams splits, no ring wear, no bent corners, no rips, no tears. Comes with original paper sleeve.
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