THE STOOGES Debut LP 1st press punk Iggy Pop Elektra EKS 74051 1969 - rare vinyl collector item


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THE STOOGES - Debut LP **1st press** punk Iggy Pop (Elektra EKS-74051) 1969

THE STOOGES  Debut LP 1st press punk Iggy Pop Elektra EKS74051 1969
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#15592
Ebay Item #
262701012108
Sold Price
$105.50
Bids
13
Auction End date
09 Nov 2016
Seller Location
North Providence, Rhode Island

Item Description

Untitled Document
The Stooges
self-titled LP
Elektra EKS-74051 (1969)
Very first pressing! Band name missing from labels. Includes black printed innersleeve showcasing Elektra's new headquarters (innersleeve has seam split at bottom with ringwear and general wear). Vinyl has black marker on a-side label. Jacket has large price sticker affixed over the Elektra promotional stamp on the upper left. Also ringwear, crease on the front bottom right half, and wear to the corners.
Condition (sleeve/vinyl): VG/EX
Note: I am selling a collection of 45s and LPs of which the majority fall in the punk, new wave, garage and art/experimental genres. The 45s are starting first, followed by the LPs. I do combine shipping and will be happy to hold records until the alphabet is completed. However, immediate payment is required as items are won, and postage will be adjusted accordingly on future wins.
Grading Scale: M, M-, EX, VG+, VG, VG-, G
M (mint) is reserved for unplayed, flawless stock copies. M- (mint minus) is the highest grade for a record in beautiful shape. EX (excellent) means there's a minor flaw on the sleeve (small crease, price sticker) or disc (fingerprint, harmless scratch). VG+ (very good plus) means a sleeve has minor shop wear — is creased and/or shows a ring impression, and the disc shows cosmetic signs of handling. VG (very good) means not for the anal-retentive. The sleeve shows multiple flaws (sticker tear, seam split, ring wear, rumpled top) and the disc has surface noise (no skips or thunderous pops) and multiple small scratches. VG- (very good minus) means the sleeve is "well loved" with numerous flaws while the vinyl is exhibits many flaws and is noisy. G (good) means the sleeve contains major flaws such as large tears, heavy staining, etc., while the vinyl is beat but playable with no skips.
POSTAGE
U.S. shipping: First class postage for 7-inches is $3.50 for up to two records, and 50 cents each additional 45. LPs are $4.00 media mail. Canada: 1-2 7"s is $10.00. 3-6 7"s is $16.00. LPs: 1-2 LPs is $16.00. 3-4 LPs is $25.00. Larger orders will be custom quoted. Non-U.S. shipping: 1-2 7"s is $13.00. 3-6 7"s is $23.00. LPs and 10" records: 1-2 LPs is $23.00. 3-4 LPs is $34.00. Larger orders will be custom quoted. Auctions ending at $100 or more: All records ending at $100 or more will require mandatory insurance at $2 per $100 of insurance.
On Nov-04-16 at 18:49:17 PDT, seller added the following information:


I've had a request for the matrix numbers in the deadwax. Here's the info to the best of my deciphering:
A-side: EKS 74051 A -CP SS 41
(and what looks like an upside-down "9" to the left of EKS)
B-side: EKS 74051B CP SS 41
(and what looks like a tiny "0" to the left of EKS)