Upon release of the album, John Lennon noticed these mistakes and had them corrected immediately on future pressings but not before some of these extremely rare error copies had already entered the marketplace. With a fairly low number A1783392 and the insane Rare LOW Matrix numbers , this is one of the most coveted White Albums known to exist!! The matrix numbers pictured are proof that this is the very first pressing after George Harrison destroyed the previous recordings because he was appalled at the sound, the day he walked into the LA plant. All matrix stamps B33 and earlier were to be destroyed. Go research online, and you'll be amazed at the story of the Lost Harrison White Album.Take a peek item#: 184340179520. STUNNING front, back, inside and out. NO seam splits, NO tape, NO writing, NO stickers, NO glue residue, NO ring wear, NO rips/tears, NO pen/marker marks, and NM.
MINT inner & outer spines!! The records are extremely glossy and do show some play/scratches.With this being such an early press, it's understandable to show some kind of play after 52 years. The labels are stunningly NM with NO stickers , and NO written names on any of the labels, and NO WRITING on the front, back or inside the record sleeve! It arrives with all 4 NM heavy stock glossy portrait photos and an EX ORIGINAL poster with lyrics.
It includes the original inner sleeves. If you prefer a Mega.
Numbered, MINT 7 error copy with NM LPs, I have one here for sale: Item # 124251626042. ALL the photos you see above are of the EXACT treasures you will receive!! You really don't want to miss this one, as these low matrix numbers are very scarce with few known to exist today. Low Matrix numbered White Albums with Mint cover with NO seam splits, and ALL Rare 7 Errors, with original photos & poster, are now impossible to find. Don't wait as this rare Low Matrix Beatles White Album will not last long!
Here are all 7 song errors on the labels: 1. "Bungalow Bill" instead of "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill" 2."Obladi Oblada" instead of "Ob-la-di Ob-la-da" 3. "Rocky Racoon" missing the second "C" in Raccoon 4. "Goodnight" instead of "Good Night" 5.
1" instead of "Revolution 1 6. 9" instead of "Revolution 9 7. "Why Don't we do it in the road" without the question mark? Error #7 without the question mark, is the rarest of all the 7 When you look at others for sale, make sure error #7 is among them!
LPs with all 7 label errors have the following wax etchings. 34 with (LA pressing) Side 2: SWBO-2-101- B 37 with (LA pressing) Side 3: SWBO-3-101- A 34 with (LA pressing) Side 4: SWBO-4-101- B 35 with (LA pressing). On side one: Bungalow Bill. Instead of The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill. On side one: Obladi Oblada instead of Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da.On side two: Rocky Racoon instead of Rocky Raccoon. On side two: Why Don't We Do It In The Road (NO question mark) instead of Why Don't We Do It In The Road? On side four: Revolution No. 1 instead of Revolution 1. 9 instead of Revolution 9. On side four: Goodnight instead of Good Night. Here's very invaluable information on how The Beatles White Albums were numbered, and the meaning behind all the sequences... The first 25 White Albums were numbered with an A prefix and then a series of zeros preceding the number e. There are always seven digits following the A so if it was a single digit number it would be preceded by six zeroes or if it was a two digit number it would be preceded by five zeroes. It is not known what the A was indicative of (it may mean printed in America or Apple but neither is confirmed). Numbers 26-99 were three digit numbers preceded with a zero and no prefix. 100 through approximately 209,999. Were preceded with the correct number of zeroes to make them a seven digit number. Beginning around 210,000 to up near 590,000, they were preceded by a zero and had an'A' prefix. Later copies up to about 1,350,000 remain at seven digits using a leading zero if necessary and are prefixed with a large dot. The next batch from 1,350,000 up to some point around 2,000,000 are prefixed with an A but it's a thinner A then used earlier.
From 2,000,000 to around 2,250,000 some are prefixed with a large dot and some with the A. From 2,250,000 up to 3,000,000 the numbers are prefixed with the abbreviation for number i. On some of these the o in No.Is raised with the period below it instead of beside it, and some with a large'A'. For the final numbers over 3,000,000 the numbers are prefixed with a wide A.
The value here is in the rarity of the label errors, low number, low matrix and mint labels. What makes this rare treasure more exceptional and highly collectible are ALL 7 ERRORS which are all clearly listed above. All 4 NM photos & poster included. Please expand all the above photos so you'll know what exactly you're getting.
Please make sure the items you see above are exactly the items you are seeking to add to your collection... The item "BEATLES WHITE ALBUM'68 RARE A34/B35 MATRIX NUMBERS 7 LABEL ERRORS & MINT COVER" is in sale since Wednesday, July 8, 2020.
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