Traffic - "John Barleycorn must die [1st UK Pressing] - LP Album - 1970

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Traffic - "John Barleycorn must die [1st UK Pressing] - LP Album - 1970
Anzahl der Objekte: 1 - Near Mint (NM) - Erstpressung, Island Pink Label - Inklusive: Gatefold, Original innere Schutzhülle

TRAFFIC - JOHN BARLEYCORN MUST DIE

IN MAGNIFICENT Mint Minus CONDITION

FIRST PRESS - PINK ISLAND LABEL

CATALOGUE: ILPS 9116
FIRST PRESS
E.J DAY SLEEVE
HARDLY PLAYED


PINK ISLAND LABELS IN PRISTINE CONDITION. NO MARKS OR STAINS ANYWHERE. THE COLOUR IS RICH AND VIBRANT AND THE LABEL HAS A HEAVY TEXTURED FEEL TO IS, AS FIRST PRESSES SHOULD.

THE COLOUR FULLY STRETCHES INTO THE UNWORN SPINDLE HOLE.

THE VINYL GLEAMS LIKE NEW AND LOOKS LIKE IT WAS FRESHLY PRESSED. IN DAYLIGHT IT IS FLAWLESS. THERE ARE NO MARKS HANDLING OR OTHERWISE ANYWHERE ON THE SURFACE, AND EVEN UNDER INTENSE ILLIUMINATION.

PLAY GRADED THE ALBUM COMES IN (EX+++ TO) NEAR MINT condition

Sleeve in strong EXCELLENT condition



Please see pictures for more information.


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Los-Details
Künstler/ Band (maximal 3)
Traffic
Mehrere Titel
Nein
Albumtitel
"John Barleycorn must die [1st UK Pressing]
Stückzahl
1
Medienquelle
LP Album
Herstellungsland
UK
Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes)
1970
Zustand
Near Mint (NM)
Pressen
Erstpressung, Island Pink Label
Enthält
Gatefold, Original innere Schutzhülle
Plattenfirma
Island
Plattenfirmen-Nummer
LPS 9116
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