- Them - Them [Decca Records, DFE 8612] 1965, EP, c/w picture sleeve, unboxed Decca label 60's Pop, Beat, Rock, Psyche
- Electronic - Electronic [Factory Records, Fact 290] 1991, album, c/w picture sleeve and inner, mint/ unplayed 80's / 90's / 00's
- Oasis - Turn Up The Sun [Big Brother RKID 31TP] 2005, 12" one sided promo, mint/ unplayed 80's / 90's / 00's
- Colosseum - Those Who Are About To Die Salute You, Morituri Te Salutant, from 1969 on Fontana Records STL.5510, original UK Stereo release 60's Pop, Beat, Rock, Psyche
- Arthur Smith & Jinder in Whimple Victory Hall - Sunday 7th July 2013 On A Whim Promotions
Apple Artists EP - 4 track EP from The Beatles' Apple Label, given away with Walls Ice Gream tokens. The artists included, The Iveys [Badfinger], Storm In A Teacup/ James Taylor, Something's Wrong/ Jackie Lomax, Little Yellow Pill/ Mary Hopkin, Pebble And The Man, from 1969, Apple records 7" EP, Apple CT1, dark green label. The record is in EX+ condition, having been played just a couple of times, still clean and bright and with a full gloss, the labels are again in EX+ condition, very clean and bright with no writing or tears. Housed in a picture sleeve, which again is in EX- condition, a little wear on the opening edges, and the cream coloured reverse side is showing a little aging. A rare Apple record, especially with the picture sleeve.
'Meet The Beat Groups' [#13] book written and compiled by Cyrus Andrews, first published in 1964. Lots of B&W pictures of the beat band in the early days, inc Gerry/Pacemakers, Brian Poole/Tremerloes, Freddie/Dreamers plus 17 other bands. Overall condition NM, very rare publication, no rips, tears, or writing in the book.
John Lennon and The Plastic Ono Band, self titled album, original 1970 UK issue c/w inner lyric sleeve, Apple Records PCS 7124. The record is in a good EX+ condition, with just a few very light marks, still very bright and clean, the white Apple labels are also in EX+ condition, clean and free of any writing or rips. The sleeve is in EX+ condition, still bright and clean, as is the inner sleeve. This is an excellent copy of a classic Lennon album, featuring Yoko, Ringo and Klaus Voormann.
The Pete Best Original All Stars Band - autographed promo picture, fully signed by all 4 band members. Including Pete Best [Ex-Beatles Drummer], Wayne Bickerton and Tony Waddington [who both went on to tour with Pete in the US and then the two of them went into being successful song writers and producers], plus one other band member A great B&W promo card picture of this famous ex-Beatles band, signed in the 1963 or early '64 by all members of group, who then signed to the Decca Records label [after splitting from the Lee Curtis and The All Star Band] and had a slight name change to The Pete Best Four, signatures are in blue ink on the reverse side of the card. The size of the card is about 135mm x 90mm, great quality signatures and very clear, ideal for framing and a must for any Beatles fan. These early 60's signed promo card very rarely come up for sale, this is the only one we have seen, fully guaranteed, came from a drummer in a well know 60's/70's band, who toured with Pete in the early 60's.
All original 1960's issues, overall condition is VG+ to EX- and all complete, we have the following issues in stock at present and are priced at £4 each: 6, 7 [x2 copies], 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 28, 29, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39.
We also have the following;
Again, all original 1960's issues, overall condition is Good, these are slightly defaced on the front cover, but are all complete, there is also some wear and tear on these issues to the edges, we have the following issues in stock at present and are priced at £2 each: 6, 31, 32, and 33
[Polydor NH 52317], UK original orange label release, 1964, both labels and record in EX- condition, but no original centre.
The Beatles - Ain't She Sweet [The Beatles]/ If You Love Me [Tony Sheridan and The Beatles] [Polydor NH 52317], UK original orange label release, 1964, both labels and record in EX- condition, but the A side does have someone initials [GP, see image] written on the label. The record is a good VG condition, with a few light marks but still very glossy and bright, this copy does have its original centre. It also comes c/w its original company Polydor orange sleeve, and this has the words 'ain't she sweet, Beatles' written on it.
Original 1960's UK issued, A&BC Chewing Gum Cards. Overall condition is EX, but one or two of the cards do have pen marks on the reverse side and a couple have a little creasing, but most are in EX condition, so please check with us first. We have the following cards in stock at present -
Series 1: (£1.25 each)
1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
22, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 35, 37, 38, 39,
40, 41, 45, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 57 and 60
Series 2: (£3 each)
65 and 85 only