The Beatles - Please Please Me/ Ask Me Why, [Parlophone Records 45-R 4983] original UK issue, 1st pressing with Red Label, 1963. The record is in a EX+ condition, bright and clean and still with a good gloss, although does have a few very light play wear. The labels are in EX+ condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them, side two has a little wear around the spindle hole. Housed in a multi coloured diamond Parlophone Company sleeve, which is also in NM- condition. This is the first pressing with 'Made In Great Brritain' credits on both sides, matrix 7XCE 17217-1N/ 7XCE 17218-1N... This very first pressing was only pressed for a matter of about two to three weeks, and then changed to the 'new' black label design.

The Beatles - Love Me Do/ P.S. I Love You, [Parlophone Records 45-R 4949] original UK issue, 1st pressing with Red Label, 1962. The record is in a EX+ condition, bright and clean and still with a good gloss, although does have a few very light play wear. The labels are in NM- condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a multi coloured Parlophone Company sleeve, which is also in EX+ condition. This is the first pressing with 'Made In Great Brritain' credits on both sides, matrix 7XCE 17144-1N/ 7XCE 17145-1N

Shades Of Blue - Voodoo Blues/ Luceanne, [Parlophone Records R 5270] original UK Demo, 1965, mod/ freak beat. The record is in a EX++ condition, bright and clean and still with a good gloss. The labels are in EX++ condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a green Parlophone Company sleeve, which is also in NM- condition.

The Hollies - Stay With The Hollies, 1964 [Parlophone Records PMC 1220] Mono. The record is in good VG+ condition with some light marks, but plays as excellent, with a good gloss and bright, the Parlophone labels are in NM- condition, very clean and bright, the sleeve is in EX- condition, complete but with a little edge and shelf wear.