BEATLES 1965 UK EXPORT Parlophone 45 - Dizzy Miss Lizzy / Yesterday DP 563 EX+
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Please be aware that all records are VISUALLY graded only - all grades are given based on how they appear under my desk lamp - since I do not own a record player. I cannot guarantee that discs will be click and skip free, although any marks and scratches that might possibly cause such problems will be highlighted clearly in the description.
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Dizzy Miss Lizzy / Yesterday
Extremely Rare UK Parlophone Export Press with Picture Sleeve!
On offer here is one of the true rarities of Beatles collection. This is an original 1965 UK Parlophone EXPORT pressing of the Beatles single 'Dizzy Miss Lizzy' / 'Yesterday'.
This single was never issued in the UK but EMI manufactured a tiny, tiny amount specifically for export to countries that were. This single is housed in its original Swedish picture sleeve - indicating that this is where this particular copy was exported to. An insanely low production run and never released in the UK - today original copies are near impossible to find, especially in their original picture sleeve!
A beautfiful EX example of this mega-rare record! A great opportunity to pick up a copy of your collection!
Please check out large, detailed photos of this record at the bottom of this listing.Title Dizzy Miss Lizzy / Yesterday Year of Release 1965 Catalogue Number DP 563 Label UK Parlophone Tax Code on Disc KT Sleeve Manufacturer Printed in Sweden / AB Roos Tryckerier, Stockholm Side 1 Matrix Number 7XCE 18739-1 Side 2 Matrix Number 7XCE 18740-1 Side 1 Stampers 1 / M Side 2 Stampers 1 / H Cover Condition The picture sleeve is in VG+/EX- condition. The sleeve is looking pretty clean with a little light creasing and wear as you can see in the photos below. There are no tears or splits and the cover is holding up very solidly. Nice example! Inner Sleeve Condition - Inserts Condition - Disc Condition
(VISUALLY GRADED) The disc is in EX+ condition. The disc has a beautfilly clean, crisp shine to it and looks phenomenal. All I can see are just a couple of very faint, barely visible little scuffs here and there and two very slightly heavier looking scuffs on side 1 at 9 o'clock. The photos below show these scuffs - they're not that prominent in person though. Label Condition The labels are in NM condition. The labels are looking awesome! Just a tiny, barely visible hint of spindlewear and a tiny patch of white on the Dizzy label at the centrehole.
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My Vinyl Grading:MINT No true preowned disc can be mint. The highest I will ever grade a disc is NM+/M- if it looks untouched and unplayed, but the MINT description will only be for records I personally know have never been played (i.e. I personally bought from new) or for copies that are still sealed. NEAR MINT (NM) For discs that look near flawless and which may have just the slightest, barely visible little whispy marks here and there. EXCELLENT (EX) For discs that still retain a brilliant, clean shine but does have some light scuffs here and there. VERY GOOD (VG) For discs that still look clean and have a nice shine to them, but do have a fair amount of light scuffmarks and/or some light scratches. GOOD (G) For discs that look like they have been loved and have a fair amount of scuffs and surface scratches. Not in terrible condition, but would look like it would play with a lot of crackle. FAIR (F) For discs that may have some life left in them but are pretty trashed with numerous surface scuffs and heavier scuffs and scratches etc POOR (P) For discs that are unplayable and look completely trashed. Discs like this would only ever be offered if they were insanely rare.