ELVIS PRESLEY Complete set of ORIGINAL SUN 45 s Holy Grail of the King Hear Them - rare vinyl collector item


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ELVIS PRESLEY Complete set of ORIGINAL SUN 45's Holy Grail of the King Hear Them

ELVIS PRESLEY Complete set of ORIGINAL SUN 45s Holy Grail of the King Hear Them
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#6565
Ebay Item #
201034402982
Sold Price
$3000.00
Bids
2
Auction End date
16 Feb 2014
Seller Location
Middle Village, New York

Item Description


ELVIS PRESLEY
Complete set of 5 ORIGINAL SUN 45's
All original Sun pressings from 1954 - 1955,
all graded G to VG for the most part,
using a combination of visual grading by
conservative Goldmine Magazine stardards,
and some play grading as noted.
All have Sun Records company sleeves
(some are intact, others have seams coming unglued);
Very seldomoffered as a set:
here is your chance to get them all at one time.
Below is each description with soundclip from the actual records for sale:
SUN 209 That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky pressed 1955
with 'push marks' Matrix: U- 128-45 72 / U-129-45 72
Discvisually graded G+ to VG, several small marks, scuffs,
a few barely-felt scratches:
SUN 210 I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine /Good Rockin' Tonight
Very 1st pressing Sept. 1954 with Scotty & Bill to the right
and Roy Brown's name misspelled as Ray with 'push marks'
Matrix: U-130-45 72 / U-131-45 72
Discvisually gradedG+ to VG,several small marks, scuffs,
a few light scratches that can be felt,
largemagic marker eradicating the right side text,
slight edge warp,but it tracks with
no problem on all of our systems:
SUN 215 Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're A Heartbreaker
1955 pressing with 'push marks' (very faint but they are there)
Matrix: U-140-45 72 / U-141-45 72
Discis visually gradedVG+ on the "Milkcow..." side
andstrong VG on the "...Heartbreaker" side;
with a fewsmall marks, scuffs;
numbers written on both sides of label:
SUN 217 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone /Baby Let's Play House
1955 pressing with 'push marks'
Matrix: U-142-45 72 / U-143X-45-2 72
Discsurface is visually graded G+ to VG, severalsmall marks,
scuffs, a few minor scratches can be felt;
small chunk / chip missing from the center-hole:
.
SUN 223 Mystery Train / I Forgot To Remember To Forget
1955 pressing NO 'push marks'
Matrix: 45-U-156X 20 / 45-U-157X 20
Discsurface is visually graded G+ to VG,severalsmall marks,
scuffs, a small patch of barely-felt abrasion
at the beginning of "Mystery...",
red star written in pen on A side:
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