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Old Feb 21, 2013, 08:14 AM   #1
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First post here and need some assistance :)
My father is the proud, original owner of this copy of the White Album. From what I gather he purchased it on the original release date at a local record store. Im trying to figure the numbering system for these and where this was pressed and if it has any value. I have seen 2-3 different numbering systems. The ones starting with (No.) seem to be the UK release. Sleeve is in good shape, has some splits. Both records are in good shape with minimal scratches.









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Yes, that's a US release. The UK first pressings were top loaders. It's definitely worth something, just not as much as if it were in better condition. Can you post a bigger picture of the record label where I can read the matrix #s? And does it have all the portraits, poster, and black inner sleeves? Have you played it, does it play clean without skips or jumps? And if you can, What are the matrix numbers etched into the run out groove. I'm rusty on this album, but I think I can be of help.
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Yes, that's a US release. The UK first pressings were top loaders. It's definitely worth something, just not as much as if it were in better condition. Can you post a bigger picture of the record label where I can read the matrix #s? And does it have all the portraits, poster, and black inner sleeves? Have you played it, does it play clean without skips or jumps? And if you can, What are the matrix numbers etched into the run out groove. I'm rusty on this album, but I think I can be of help.
Thanks for the reply. My dads friends has it now, but i should have it in my posession shortly. Once I have it ill post pictures of the Matrix #'s and inspect the damage.
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