%0a<br>%0a<br>PINK FLOYD Arnold Layne Demo reissue single white vinyl super rare.%0a<br>under strong indoor inspection lamp. looks fab in normal daylight well cared for near mint grading..The cover is mint. A collectors item ultra rare only a few were pressed now deleted . Its a beautiful item for any collection really stunning. You will not be disappointed truly beautiful Floyd record. Please note this is the reissue single. Rare deleted few were pressed.%0a<br>%0a<br>This is a rare single I think anyone buying this will be most pleased. sent well protected with new PVC cover for added protection. All records sent in new mailer and sent Signed for delivery. next day of ordering
1967 Columbia Records DB 8214. Very Good PLUS Condition. A side test played. A nice playing copy. Plays as near excellent, with slight visual wear only. Sleeve VG. Labels EX- (There is a red pen/paint mark on the A Side).
Under strong indoor inspection lamp. The cover is mint. A collectors item ultra rare only a few were pressed now deleted. Its a beautiful item for any collection really stunning. Rare deleted few were pressed.
Pink Floyd - See Emily Play b/w Scarecrow. I do not grade 50 + year old records as EX, even if I think they are. I can't imagine any exist as EX outside Pink Floyd's own collections or a museum. The highest I will grade is VG++.
The Pink Floyd - Arnold Layne b/w Candy and the Current Bun. Pink Floyd's first ever single, the picture sleeve demo, released 52 years ago in minute quantities. I do not grade 50 + year old records as EX, even if I think they are.
NOT PLAY TESTED: Studied under strong light with magnifying glass. A USED, BUT NOT ABUSED COPY. Produced by Joe Boyd. Labels have storage wear, good clean colours still & spindle wear visible under magnifying glass.
Pink Floyd - Apples and Oranges b/w Paint Box. UK Columbia 1967. Disc VG++. A few hairlines visible - a really wonderful example. There's atiny nick in the label - you can see it in the photo. Plays superbly both sides.
PINK FLOYD - LONDON 1966/1967 LP NEW AND SEALED. B Nick's Boogie. NEAR MINT (NM): This record appears virtually flawless, very minor scuffs and very little else can appear on the vinyl. It should play without any noise over the flaw.
NOT PLAY TESTED: Studied under strong light with magnifying glass. A USED, BUT USABLE COPY. Produced by Norman Smith. CATALOGUE: COLUMBIA DB8214. Labels have storage wear, good clean colours still & spindle wear visible under magnifying glass.
Genuine 1st issue (8th pressing). Sleeve - no "file under" top right rear sleeve. A6 Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk. B4 The Scarecrow. Matrix / Runout (Label side B): XAX.3420. Matrix / Runout (Label side A): XAX.3419.
Pink Floyd Relics Vinyl LP 1967 Original UK 1st Press Album Starline SRS 5071. Condition is good Used with a few dusty finger prints and the standard hairline marks consistent with use and age. Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class signed for service .
Genuine 1st issue (6th pressing). Sleeve - no "file under" top right rear sleeve. A6 Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk. B4 The Scarecrow. Matrix / Runout (Label side B): XAX.3420. Matrix / Runout (Label side A): XAX.3419.
This copy has the solid centre and plays perfectly throughout with great audible quality and remains in excellent plus condition with light surface sleeve rubs not affecting play and light crackle on the run-in and run-out groove.
Here we have a lovely, clean copy of 'Pink Floyd - Why So Terribly Loud?'. on Coda Publishing CRLVNY001 from 2018. The sleeve is in overall lovely condition but does have a couple of light dings on the opening edge.EX+.
The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn. Pink Floyd. 1st UK Pressing. LP plays perfectly. Cover shows signs of age but fully original. Back Cover: The top right part of the flip-back is blank. Front Cover: Laminated, flip-back sleeve design.
Vinyl & Sleeve Gradings This is a visual grading system. Never been played. Near Mint (NM) A nearly perfect record. The record should show no obvious signs of wear. Sleeve will have no more than the most minor defects, such as invisible ring wear or other signs of slight handling.
PINK FLOYD / APPLES AND ORANGES b/w PAINT BOX (Columbia CF 135 France '67) he vinyl has signs of play visible multiple play lines not deep and minor scuffs The vinyl is still shining in VG++ not play tested sold as seen put looks really nice.
Take a good look at the images before bidding!%0a<br>%0a<br>Pink Floyd 'Relics' original 1967 UK LP (SRS 5071) on the Starline label.%0a<br>Sleeve is in great shape for it's age! Textured, cream coloured card with some edge and corner creasing!%0a<br>Inner sleeve has some minor discoloration but otherwise perfect!%0a<br>The vinyl looks okay but there is evidence of marks, scuffs and play wear!%0a<br>NOTE: This record has NOT been play tested!%0a<br>%0a<br>Great original record to add to any collection!%0a<br>%0a<br>Good luck!
ULTRA RARE 1967 UK 7" A/PROMO 45 " ft SYD BARRETT: This was The Pink Floyd's last single written by Original leader / guitarist / singer, SYD BARRETT. "APPLES AND ORANGES”. ULTRA RARE ORIGINAL 1967 UK 7” DEMOOF "APPLES AND ORANGRS" ~WITHOUT DOUBT THE RAREST UK DEMO 45.
TITLE= ARNOLD LAYNE // CANDY AND A CURRANT BUN. ARTIST= PINK FLOYD. WHEREVER POSSIBLE PLAY GRADED ASWELL AND. EXTRAS = LOOKS TO HAVE HAD VERY LITTLE PLAY. MINIMAL WEAR! DO MY VERY BEST TO RECTIFY AND RESOLVE.