The Beatles 1963, Christmas Record, - Beatles Christmas Record, 1963 original fan club issue only, the fold out sleeve is in NM+ condition still very bright and clean, staples are clean and non rusty, with printed fan club newsletter #2 on the inside. The flexi record is also in NM+ condition, as is the label, but does have a very small 'glue' mark on the label. No rips/tears or writing or creases, c/w the original mailer, dated 24 Dec 1963. This is the rarest Beatles Fan Club record and sleeve to find, this one is all original and in super NM condition, we have never had such a great copy or seen such a good copy, even rarer to find one with it's original mailer. ********** SOLD **********
Stevie Sharp And The Clean Cuts - We Are The Mods/ He Wants To Be A Mod, 1980 UK pressed 7" single, [Happy Face Records MM122], very rare 'UK issue. The record is in a good overall NM- condition, it is still bright and clean with a good gloss, no skips or jumps, play back is very good. The labels are in a NM condition, bright and clean, and with no markings on the labels. Housed in a plian white sleeve, no picture sleeve was issued with this release.
The Flamingos - Would I Be Crying?/ Just For A Kick, 1957 UK pressed 7" single, [London Records HLN 8373]. The record is in a very good VG++ condition, it is still bright and clean with a good gloss, does have some very light marks which do not effect the play, no skips or jumps. The gold/ black labels are in a NM- condition, the labels have no writting or tears on them and are very clean, housed in a London company sleeve, a very rare rock'n'roll/ doo-wop single.
This is a very rare 1957 very rare single, Tri-centre with gold letting, near on 60 years old, a classic track from the film 'Rock, Rock, Rock' Plays very well, with a good audio play back.
Abba - Fully signed album sleeve from Abba's 'The Album', signed in the UK, in the late 70's. Full set of all four  band members. Three of the band members [Bjorn, benny & Agnetha] have signed in a blue ink pen, the other band member [Frida] has signed in a blue fountain pen, which has not taken to the laminated album sleeve as well as the ink pens, but is still very readable, she has also signed it with a 'heart' as she normally does. It is very rare and now very difficult to get all four band members on one album sleeve. These are fully genuine autographs of one of the greatest 'Pop' bands of all time. Over all size of the glassed frame is about 465mm x 685mm
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.
J. B. Lenoir - Man, Watch Your Woman/ Mama, Talk To Your Daughter, original 1965 UK 'Bootleg' white label issue, [Bootleg Records BL 503], only 99 copies pressed. The record is in EX+ condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss, just showing a few very light marks. The textured white labels are also in a EX condition, with the original black writing of the artists name, cat' number and track on both sides, also with futher details of Lenoir band mates name and instruments played written in blue pen on the 'A' side This is a very rare single released in 1965 of a 1954 recording, although classed as a 'bootleg' it's more of a 'Private' pressing.
Ross Hannaman - 1969/ Probably On Thursday, [Columbia Records DB 8288], 1967 UK Demo 'A' Label with very rare promo picture sleeve. This very rare 7" single is a green with white 'A' demo label version with the very rare promo picture sleeve, the vinyl is in NM- condition, full gloss and bright, as are the labels and also the picture sleeve. The sleeve has a numbered sticker on it  as does the A label, [same number], a factory sticker of some kind. Release date of 27/10/67, this is a great Psyche single, with both sides being written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, with arrangments and conduted by Tony Meehan.
Robert Pete Williams - Those Prison Blues [77 Records LA 12/17] original UK issue, 1963. The record is in EX- condition, a good bright gloss, but showing a few very light marks, the labels are in EX condition, very bright and clean, the sleeve in also in EX+ condition, very clean and bright, showing a little aging to the edges.
The Zombies - Begin Here, [Repertoire Records REP 2205], mono 2013. reissue of this rare UK pressing. The record is in NM- condition, being played only a few times, and are very clean and bright with a full gloss, the labels are also in NM condition being very clean. The repro sleeve is still in a cellophane wrap although opened and is in a NM- condition with no rips or writting, a great reissue copy of this very rare album.
Various Artists - On The Scene EP, [Downliners Sect, Animals, Yardbirds, Georgie Fame, The Cheynes, The Cherokees], very rare EP from 1966 on the Columbia Label, SEG 8413 mono, blue/ black Columbia label. The record is in a good VG+ condition, having been played a few times, clean, bright and plays very well, but does get 'stuck' on the track three, side two, The Downliners Sect track, and does have a couple of light marks. The labels are again in a good VG+ condition, clean and bright, but with a little wear and rubbing on side 2. Housed in it's original picture sleeve, which again is in a good VG+ condition, the front is clean but showing a little corner wear and a couple of creases, and the reverse side is quite clean, although showing a little dirt on the flip overs. All in all not a bad example of this rare and very collectable British EP, but it does get stuck on one track.