BEATLES *MINT* 1968 WHITE ALBUM EARLY A34/A36 MASTERS LOW# 0367529 7 RARE ERRORS

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BEATLES  MINT  1968 WHITE ALBUM EARLY A34 A36 MASTERS LOW  0367529 7 RARE ERRORS
Auction Details:
Code ID
#29921
Ebay Item #
183939714800
Sold Price
$675.00
Bids
1
Auction End date
04 Sep 2019
Seller Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Item Description

BEATLES WHITE ALBUM A34/A36 MASTERS 1968 VERY FIRST PRESSING WITH ALL 7 RARE LABEL ERRORS, POSTER, PICS WITH LOW # A 0367529 !!
YOU'LL RARELY IF EVER FIND THESE ULTRA EARLY 'A' MASTER STAMPS ANYWHERE !

You'll NEVER see a cover this nice and with this super high gloss & completely intact !
Please look and expand all the photos. You won't believe your eyes how nice this is !!Super stark stark white throughout...Super High Gloss...NO writing...NO stickers
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Both discs have the insanely rare 'A' master stamp in the wax which is an extremely early press, and perhaps one of the earliest Beatles White Albums known to exist today.
All 'A' master stamps below A34 were destroyed because George Harrison didn't like the sound, which would make this A34 the very first released. It's extremely rare to have a disc with both A and B master stamps, which both of these discs have. You may never see this again anywhere. It's very interesting so for your own edification, research it.As you'll see with most later White Albums, the Master Stamps usually begin with 'J'

In 2017, I spoke with Bruce Spizer about the destroyed Master Stamps and he said to me:
"The albums with master numbers below A34 were from Capitol's original mastering of the album. When George heard what Capitol had done, he insisted that the album be remastered. Capitol was instructed to destroy all master stamp numbers from 1-33
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