Apple Records – AP-8815. Highly collectible! High quality (low noise) Red Vinyl
|Media Source:||LP Album|
|Condition:||Very Good Plus|
The Beatles- Abbey Road (Apple Records – AP-8815)
Manufactured By – Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.
Very rare 1st Japanese pressing (1969) of Abbey Road on RED wax!
Visually VG+, play grading even better, VG++, record plays great & without problems on both sides!
Lyric sheet: VG+
Original black inner sleeve: VG/VG+
typo on the back cover:
A2 Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Very rare and sought after collectors item (these Japanese red wax pressings of Abbey Road are hardly offered for sale!).
Why so rare?...
All Beatles records released by Toshiba through 1970 were available on regular Black Vinyl and on higher quality (low noise) Red Vinyl.
It is this Red Vinyl that is most coveted by record collectors! See pics which give a good impression.
|Member since:||March 11, 2014|
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|United States||$ 29.33|
|Rest of Europe||$ 19.94|
|Rest of the World||$ 29.33|
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