David Bowie - Sound and Vision [Prlophone Records] 7" Picture Disc, 2017 release, 40th Anniversary edition. The picture disc record is in a Mint, unplayed and sealed condition, comes complete with stickered PVC sleeve.
Queen - 70's promo B&W poster, unused and in NM condition. This Queen b&w shop promo poster, which dates from the mid 70's, came to us direct from an ex-EMI employee, the poster measures about 510mm x 760mm, has been machine folded, still in NM- condition, very rare poster.
Slade - Return To Base.... [Barn Records NARB 003] 1979, very rare and hard to find UK original issue. 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, the picture sleeve is in EX condition, being clean and bright, but does have a litle shelf wear and ring wear to the front cover.
Kiss - Hard Luck Woman / Calling Dr. Love - [Casablanca Records CAN 102] 1977, original UK release, in NM condition. This rare Kiss 7" single is in NM condition, maybe unplayed, the record has a full gloss and is very bright, the labels are in NM condition also, clean and unmarked, housed in a picture sleeve which again is in NM condition.
Kiss - Rock and Roll All Nite/ C'mon and Love Me - [Casablanca Records CAN 126] 1978, original UK release, in NM condition. This rare Kiss 7" single is in NM condition, maybe unplayed, the record has a full gloss and is very bright, the labels are in NM condition also, clean and unmarked, housed in a picture sleeve which again is in NM condition.
Slade, full set of the period 70's signitures, [Noddy Holder, Jimmy Lea, Dave Hill & Don Powell] all four band members have signed in blue ink on two auotgraph book pages. Noddy and Jimmy on one page and Dave and Don on the other, pages measures about 120mm x 70mm each. The signitures have been mounted with four stunning colour prints on the band on stage from the early 70's and a 5th colour print of the band from a photo shoot, again a good period image as all of them are, over all mount measure about 760mm x 520mm. All four signitures are nice and clear, and it is getting harder to find a full set of the bands signitures from the glam rock days of the 70's
Marc Bolan with [John's Children] - Infantes Johanni EP. Original French pressing, Slack Records  mono, 80's, unofficial release. Track listings, side 1, Midsummer Night Scene/ Sarah Crazy Child [Long Version], side 2, Go-Go Girl/ Cornflake Zoo. The record is in a EX+ condition. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface. The labels are in NM- condition, clean and bright. The hand printed foldover B&W picture sleeve is also in EX- condition, bright and clean, both front and reverse sides.
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Framed, classic 1973 album, gatefold die-cut sleeve, 1st press, Vertigo Swirl label. The record is in VG+ condition, still very bright and glossy but with a few light surface marks. The black and white Vertigo swirl labels are again both in EX condition, with very little spindle wear. The Vertigo swirl inner in present, a little grubby and aged, and it does have a very nice SAHB promo sticker stuck to the round opening. The gatefold sleeve is also in VG+ condition, does have a few storage wear marks and rubbing on the adges and spine area.
Nazareth - Loud And Proud, classic 1973 album, gatefold sleeve in near mint condition, 1st press, Crest Records, Crest 4. The record is in NM condition, with a very bright and glossy vinyl surface, with no visible marks. The colourful Crest labels are again both in NM condition, with no spindle wear, maybe with only one or two plays. The gatefold sleeve is also in EX condition with bright clean edges and surfaces, the only thing that lets it down from being NM is a small storage rub/mark on the top edge of the rear of the gatefold.
T Rex [Marc Bolan] - Hot Love/ Woodland Rock/ The King Of The Mountain Coneth, very rare original 1971 multi coloured 7" single from Greece, on the purple Columbia label SCMG 483. This is one of the rarest Marc Bolan/ T Rex singles ever, as you can see from the scan, it was pressed on a very limited multi-coloured vinyl release. The multi-coloured vinyl is much better when held up to the light, than what is reproduced via the scanner. The vinyl is only in good condition, it does play, with some back ground noise, no skips or jumps, but it does have some nasty scratches and marks and also a small 'nick' although not major, but bad enough to feel, but as I say, the 7" single does play though on both sides and is very rare, the olny copy we have had in 30+ years. The labels are very bright and clean. This is more than a filler in to a collection, as it is difficult to find another one. In mint condition it would be worth £6-800.