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    Rolling Stones Group of Rare 45 Singles (London, 1960s). Includes: "Dandelion" b/w "We Love You" (with original picture sleeve, condition: EX 7 - 45-LON-905); two copies of "19th Nervous Breakdown" b/w "Sad Day" (with original London Records sleeves - 45-LON 9823); "Paint it Black" b/w "Stupid Girl" (with original London Records sleeve - 45 LON 901); "Get Off My Cloud" b/w "I'm Free" (with original London Records sleeve - 45 LON 9792); "Get Off My Cloud" (test pressing with white, handwritten label and brown paper sleeve). Conditions range from EX 7 to NM 8.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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