The Rolling Stones - Their Satanic Majesties Request [Decca Records TXL 103] Mono 1967, UK original issue, 3D cover c/w red inner sleeve. The record is in EX condition, with a good full gloss, clean and bright, does have a few light marks on it, but nothing major, the labels are in NM- condition and they are also clean and bright and with no writting on them, the inner sleeve is also in NM- with no writing or splits in it, the 3D gatefold sleeve is in EX+ condition, being clean and bright and with no writing on it, a nice copy.

The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street [Rolling Stones Records] 1972, UK 2 x LP's issue with gatefold sleeve and full set of very rare postcards, plus NME 7" flexi. The two records are in EX+ condition, with a good full gloss, clean and bright, with just one or two very light marks, the labels are in NM- condition, and they are also clean and bright and with no writting on them, the gatefold picture sleeve is in EX condition, being clean and bright, but does have just a some edge and corner wear, but only a little. The two inners is also in NM- condition. The very rare set of 12 postcards are in NM- condition. In addittion to the main album, also included is the NME 7" flexi disc that was given away with the music paper to help promote the forthcoming release of the album.

Published in 70's Rock

The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers [Rolling Stones Records COC 59100] 1971, UK original issue with 'Zip' cover and insert. The record is in NM- condition, with a good full gloss, clean and bright, the labels are also in NM- condition, and they are also clean and bright and with no writting on them, the 'Zip' picture sleeve is in EX ++ condition, being clean and bright, but does have just a little edge and corner wear to the bottom side. The insert is also in EX++ condition. Getting hard to find in really good condition now.

Published in 70's Rock

The Rolling Stones - Come On/ I Want To Be Loved, [Decca Records F.11675] original UK 1963, their first UK single release. The record is in a NM- condition, very bright and clean and still with a good high gloss. The labels are in NM- condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a Decca company sleeve.

The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones. Original UK issue of their first album [Decca LK 4605] 1st pressing, mono, 1964, red unboxed Decca label. The record [matrix numbers 6271 2A/ 4A] is in EX+ condition, shows signs of being played, just a couple of times. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface, with just a couple of light surface marks. The labels are in NM- condition, clean and bright. The sleeve is in a good EX++ condition, clean and tidy, with just a little aging on the reverse side, but nothing major, front laminate in great shape.

The Rolling Stones - Out Of Our Heads, Original UK issue [Decca LK 4733] 1st pressing, mono, 1965, red unboxed Decca label. The record is in EX- condition, shows signs of being played, just a few times. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface, with just a couple of light surface marks. The labels are in EX condition, clean and bright, side two has a couple of spindle scuffs. The sleeve is also in a good EX+ condition, clean and tidy, but with a couple of corner/ edge scuffs, and with just a little aging on the reverse side, but nothing major in either case.

The Artwoods - Oh My Love/ Big City, 1965 UK pressed 7" single, Decca Records [F. 12091]. The record is in a good VG+ condition, it is still bright and clean with a good gloss, no skips or jumps, a couple of very light marks, play back is very good. The Decca labels are in a EX condition, housed in a Decca company sleeve.

The Rolling Stones - Get Off Of My Cloud/ The Singer Not The Song, original 1965 UK 'A Label' Demo/Not For Sale issued 7" single, [Decca Records F.12263]. Release date which is stamped in the centre reads, 28-Oct-1965, there is also a 'number 3' stamped on the dark blue label just beneath the publishing date, both stamp marks are in black ink. The record is in NM- condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss. The dark blue labels are also in a EX+ condition, with the large silver 'A' on the label, the A side label has the word 'webb' written in the centre in blue pen, but very hard to see it, there is no other writting or tears on the labels, housed in a Decca company sleeve. A very rare issue and a must for all Stones collectors, these demos, especially this track, do not come on to the open market very offen.

The Rolling Stones - Keith Richards, personally worn and owned by Keith, a colourful cotton braid. It was given by Keith personally to the previous vendor, when she had a chance meeting with Keith outside his house 'Redlands' in West Whittering, West Sussex in 1996.   Keith has been seen wearing these types of braids for many years, and as seen in the attached photos you can see Keith wearing very similar styles to this one. These, or any other personal items of Keith ™s very rarely come on to the open market. This item came to us mounted with a magazine picture and framed, along with a collection of vinyl records, which we purchased from the previous vendor in 2013, we have re-mounted and re-framed this item. The braid measures about 29.5cm [over all] x 1.5cm [at the widest part], and is made of cotton.

 

 

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The Mighty Avengers - So Much In Love/ Sometimes They Say, original UK 7" single release on Decca Records F.11962 in 1964. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the blue & silver Decca labels are in NM- condition, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original orange & white Decca company sleeve. This band and record have a very heavy connection with the Rolling Stones, the 'A' was written by Jagger & Richards, and both sides were produced by Andrew Loog Oldham.

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