Three words every collectors strives for. Each LP will come in it's own white cardboard sleeve that is stamped with the same serial number that is on the White Album you are purchasing. Additionally, each record will be put in a paper/poly sleeve for easy identification, and also stamped with the same number as your White Album.This will keep your original Apple cover from seam splitting and preserve it for many years to come! Embossed and Mega low number A 0448190 Original 1968 U. Los Angeles CA very early first pressing of The Beatles'White Album'. The very glossy LPs are VG/VG+ , showing some scuffs/hairlines, which is so hard to find after 55 years.
Insanely low number 0448190 with the incredible low, very early J40/J41 Matrix stamps, which are documented as the very first pressings after Harrison remastered the'Compressed White Album'. These J40/J41 lacquers appear visually unbanded, and are the only ones of this kind, only found with J40/J41 matrix stamps. The labels are absolutely stunning with NO writing, NO glue residue, NO tears and NO stickers.This is one of the nicest and lowest numbered covers I've ever had with the the freshly corrected song titles from the rare 7-errors edition. Has an exceptional clean white cover.
The EX outer/inner spines are completely intact and stunning! The front, back cover and inner gatefold are EX/NM with NO seam splits showing. NO WRITING on the front, back or inside the sleeve, and NO WRITING on any of the record labels! Comes with all 4 NM original thick-stock portrait photos and the original poster with the lyrics, with no pin holes!
The Original inner sleeves are present. These low numbered, clean, visually unbanded White Albums with J40 / J41 stamps are quickly disappearing forever! The very glossy LPs are VG++ , with some scratches/scuffs, which you'd expect being 55 years old.The labels are nice, crisp and clean, with NO writing and NO stickers. The inner/outer spines are completely intact and look great!! The cover is NM with NO seam splits. NO WRITING on the front, back or inside the sleeve , and NO WRITING on any of the record label. A machine stamped star indicates that the record was pressed at the Los Angeles California plant.
These are the rarest J40/J41 matrix stamps you'll ever see for sale. All the photos you see above are completely undoctored and free from any Photoshop, and are of the EXACT treasures you will receive.No White Album is perfect, but this treasure is truly exceptional. The cardboard used in the making of The White Album was extremely poor and susceptible to the seams easily separating, fading, soiling, ring wear, and both of the spines just disintegrating. Be sure to check out my new exciting collection of Beatles & Beach Boys treasures: TheFifthBeatleStore.