NM/EX- Beatles "Yesterday And Today" Butcher Cover UNPEELED shrink +2 stickers
About This Record. This is an original USA copy of The Beatles LP entitled "Yesterday And Today" that was released in 1966 with the infamous "Butcher Cover." This mono copy has been covered over with the trunk cover (it is "Second State"), and there are no tears on the cover. Nobody has peeked . . . and they didn't need to because highly unusually this Trunk Cover Slick was not put on straight, and you can see part of the Butcher Cover at the lower left corner bottom edge (SEE THE LAST PHOTO). RIAA #3 Version
This is a Top Archive Copy of the Butcher Cover in the original shrink-wrap with the original $3.79 price sticker marked down to $2.79, and the Price Code sticker on the back of the cover. Just a couple of tears in the shrink-wrap that are small, one on the spine. Please see the details below about the cover, vinyl, labels and everything else you might want to know.
Matrix Numbers are (Side One: F-7 2 and Side Two: F-1 3)
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I offer full refund including shipping both ways (for USA and foreign buyers in case for some wildly strange reason you might be unhappy with this purchase). Comes cleaned on my KL Audio Ultrasonic Record Cleaner and placed in a new dust-free sleeve for your grandchildren. And at least one plastic sleeves for moisture protection (for you and me).
Cover Condition: Near Mint (NM) This mono copy has been covered over with the trunk cover (it is "Second State"), and there are no tears on the cover. Nobody has peeked . . . and they didn't need to because highly unusually this Trunk Cover Slick was not put on straight, and you can see part of the Butcher Cover at the lower left bottom edge. Top cover in shrink-wrap with $3.79 "sale" $2.79 sticker, and price code sticker on back cover. Just the lightest corner wear. TOP Archive Keeper Copy! Please see all my Photos. I didn't take them for fun and frolic.
Vinyl Condition: Excellent Minus (EX-). There are some light scuffs on Tracks A2 and A3 that do not affect play, a few paper marks and other innocent looking scuffs. Plays Great!
Labels. Near Mint (NM)
Inserts: Comes with NM orange Capitol Records factory paper inner sleeve featuring other artists and pictures of their LPs (not photo'ed).
Packaging. I clean all vinyl on my KL Audio Ultrasonic Record Cleaning Machine and place it in a new innersleeve so the old dust does not reattach; but I also include the innersleeve that came with the LP if it is the original. I separate the vinyl in its new sleeve after cleaning from the cover, and place the cover and the separately packed vinyl in at least one if not two plastic innersleeves that help protect against moisture damage during this cool records transition to your record collection. I use sturdy carboard containers with real corners and pack with at least two insert stiffeners, and I place neon stickers on the front and back of the package indicating “Do Not Bend” and/or “Fragile” or something like that to help facilitate a safe passage.
Shipping and Payment. PayPal only. I ship promptly worldwide; sometimes the automatic eBay invoice does not have accurate shipping if you buy more than one LP, so if you are unsure email me and ask for an invoice. . . . I offer full refund on this record including shipping both ways, unless you live outside North America in which case I will refund you shipping one way unless I made a mistake which I sometimes do because I am only human.. CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: Please add sales tax!On Sep-06-18 at 17:27:13 PDT, seller added the following information:
To answer some question about the shrink-wrap:
The shrink-wrap is stuck on the LP cover in a number of places. But the shrink is not "adhered" to the cover; if you put your finger in, you can separate the shrink-wrap from the cover. It is not "melted" on or anything, so it would not detract from the cover. But I am not sure why you would want to take the shrink-wrap off because this copy is FAR TOO NICE to peel, but the winning bidder can do as they please. It would be difficult to remove the shrink-wrap without destroying the shrink-wrap. This has been stored in plastic sleeves for decades, so oftentimes the shrink-wrap begins to stick to the cover.
Hope that helps, thanks for looking