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'Beatles VI' Parlophone CPCS 104, Export pressing on the  UK black & yellow Parlophone label.

The song titel Dizzy Miss Lizzy' has been misprinted on front and rear sleeve as 'Dizzy Miss Lizzie'.

Both labels omit the 'Sold in UK..' text but carry'Gramophone Co Ltd...' rims.

The 'KT' tax/price code is only stamped on the label side two.

Housed in a front laminated, tri-flipback 'Garrod & Lofthouse ''Patents Pending' Stereo sleeve.

Released in UK in late 1965.

Matrix numbers:
YEEX 112 - A 15 & YEEX 113 - A 15
(ST2 2451 scratched out)
Stamper numbers: 1/O & 1/M

The record is visual near mint to mint.
(no scratches; two light marks; only a few very light hairlines under strong light).
The record is audio near mint to mint.
(no clicks; no jumps; no repeats).
Both labels are near mint to mint.
(no writing; no tears; very light spindle wear; no stains; no missing paper).
The original sleeve is excellent.
(no writing; no split; sticker on front; two pin holes in the top and bottom right corner; no tears; no stains; very light wear; no missing paper).
The original 'EMI Records' inner sleeve is very good+.
(no writing; no missing paper; light wear; no split; no tears, no stains).

'Beatles VI' Export issue, Parlophone CPCS 104

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