THE BEATLES - 'BEATLES VI'
Quite ironically, 'Beatles VI' was not only the Beatles' ninth U.S. album, but the Beatles' seventh album from Capitol itself. However, the album might have been more appropriately named Beatles I, as it hit the top of the charts in mid-July and remained there for six weeks.
This particular copy is in miraculous condition, still sealed tightly in its original factory shrink wrap. It has the "See label for correct playing order" text on the reverse, signifying a first pressing.
Assumed mint condition, never touched by human hands.
Guaranteed first pressing on the Capitol colorband label.
Assumed mint condition.
Guaranteed to be an original first mono pressing disc!
Sleeve: NEAR MINT
This LP would not have looked much different on the shelves fifty years ago. There are two factory breathe holes on the front of the wrap, signifying an authentic seal. The wrap is 100% complete and is tight and very clear with only a hardly detectable amount of rubbing around the silhouette of the disk. All four corners are sharp with the bottom right-hand corner at a slight incline due to the pull of the wrap. The spine has several wrinkles and there is one long and a couple smaller wrinkles in the front slick (shown); however these are all factory. There is a small amount of dirtiness along the top of the sleeve, but it is quite minimal. There is a store price sticker adhered to the wrap near the bottom right-hand corner.
This album has been well preserved throughout its lifetime and remains absolutely beautiful and stunning collectors' copy. Be sure to view and thoughtfully scrutinize all eleven photographs. You'll be glad you did.
First pressings of this LP show up in this condition once in a blue moon, so definitely don't miss you chance!
Guaranteed to be 100% as described and authentic or your money back.
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