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    Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Ultra-Rare UK First Pressing Unbanded Stereo LP (UK - Parlophone PCS 7027, 1967). Allow us to explain! The very first UK pressing of the iconic album included an extremely limited number of discs characterized by the lack of "bands" between the songs; that is, at the end of each song, the next tune began without pause. The common UK first pressing has become hard to find - banded copies next to impossible! For you audiophiles, the matrix numbers in the runouts are "yex.637-1/yex.638-1". Includes rare Apple albums poster insert, and one-sided color-printed card of "Sgt. Pepper Cut-Outs" (both Near Mint). This album is a beauty! Condition: MT 9 (sleeve)/ MT 9 (disc).

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    June, 2016
    24th-25th Friday-Saturday
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