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'Please Please Me' Parlophone PMC 1202, very rare 1963 4th 'Mono' pressing on the

yellow / black UK Parlophone label.

Comes with the very rare and hard to find original 'NEMS' plastic bag.

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

the 'Recording First Published 1963' text.

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

Housed in a front laminated, tri-flipback 'Ernest J. Day' sleeve with large 'Mono' logo. 

Released in UK in mid 1963

Complete with its original lined ‘Use Emitex’ inner sleeve.

Matrix numbers: XEX 421-1N  &  XEX 422-1N, Stamper numbers: 1 11/RRO  &  8 12/ROG


The record is visual mint 
(no scratches; no hairlines under strong light).

The record is audio mint 
(no clicks; no jumps; no repeats).

Both labels are near mint to mint 
(no writing; no tears; no missing paper).

The sleeve is excellent+
(no writing; no split; no tears; light stains and wear on the rear side; no missing paper).

The original inner sleeve is near mint 
(no writing; no missing paper; no tears, no stains).

The original 'NEMS' plastic bag is very good+ 
(no writing; no split; no marks; light wear)

'Please Please Me' Parlophone PMC 1202, very rare 1963 4th 'Mono' pressing.

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