It is important to use pictures of the actual record for sale, together with the actual sleeve and inner.
This is because the inner and the sleeve can make a huge difference to the value of the record and it is not fair that a bidder bids on a record then finds out that the record he/she has won is not what he/she thaught was being sold.
I have been a victim of this practice and it is not very funny.
A Pink Floyd album advertised as a first pressing and showing pictures of a very collectable pressing turned out to be worth quite a bit less than I paid, the seller refused a refund and e-bay & Pay Pal sided with the seller even though the picture shown of the album was not the album on sale and was very missleading.
I myself make a point of stating that all album pictures are of the album for sale.
I hope this has been of use.