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The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition

The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition

The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition
THE BEATLES - " THE SINGLES COLLECTIONS " - FIRST FOUR BOX SETS - FANTASTIC CONDITION. I'm down-sizing my Record Collection so this is an amazing one-off opportunity to kick start or add to your Beatles Collection with the FIRST FOUR Box Sets of the Beatles SINGLE COLLECTIONs. The Beatles - The Singles Collection 1962 - 1970. The " Singles Collection 19621970 " is a series of reissued singles by the Beatles.

It was released in Britain on 5 March 1976 by EMI following the expiration of the Beatles' contract with the company in January, and close to six years after the band's break up. The collection comprises all 22 of the Beatles' UK singles. Which were originally issued between October 1962 and March 1970 on either the Parlophone or Apple record labels, together with a new single pairing "Yesterday" with " I Should Have Known Better". Each of the discs in the 1976 collection was packaged in a green and black sleeve, on one side of which was a photo of the group from a period roughly from the same time as the single. The records were available in a matching Green and Black Singles Collection 19621970 box to customers who bought all 23 of the discs.

This first Green/Black boxed set is now quite rare and doesn't come up for sale very often, and certainly not in this great condition. Love Me Do - R 4949. Please Please Me - R 4983.

From Me To You - R 5015. She Loves You - R 5055.

I Want To Hold Your Hand - R 5084. A Hard Day's Night - R 5160. I Feel Fine - R 5200. Ticket To Ride - R 5265. We Can Work It Out - R 5389.

Paperback Writer - R 5452. Yellow Submarine - R 5493. Strawberry Fields Forever - R 5570. All You Need Is Love - R 5620. Hello, Goodbye - R 5655.

Lady Madonna - R 5675. Hey Jude - R 5722. Get Back - R 5777.

Ballad Of John & Yoko - R 5786. Let It Be - R 5833. The box is in a remarkable condition for its age. It has some surface, edge and corner wear commensurate with its age and there is some mild staining on the top lid from the use of sellotape at some time.

There is also a missing internal white flap at the top and bottom of the box. Otherwise, the box is strong and secure and in very good condition for its age. (The Twenty-four Original Beatles Singles 1962 - 1970). The 24 singles were in the same green sleeves as the March 1976 re-releases, and packaged in a special gold embossed box.

Unlike future box sets that were packaged in the blue boxes, The Beatles Collection does not have a special catalogue number. This box set was deleted from the World Records catalogue in 1981.

As for Box Set One, plus. Back in The USSR - R 6016.

Comes complete with World Records Four-Page Leaflet and Guarantee. Almost no surface, corner or edge wear.

Just some mild discolouration inside. "NOW the Twenty-five Beatles Singles 1962 - 1978". Then, following the release of' Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band/With a Little Help from my Friends' , plus' A day in the Life' as a single in October 1978, World Records, released a new version of the boxed set entitled'The Beatles Collection'. This is the rarer Box Set as it contains 25 singles.

The new Box Set came with two leaflets. The first was the same four-page leaflet that came with the Second Box Set.

The 25 singles were in the same green sleeves, and packaged in the same special gold embossed box as the Second Box Set. As for Box Set Two, plus.

Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - R6022. Comes complete with World Records Four-Page Leaflet and a new One-Page Leaflet.

Just some mild discolouration inside and a little hinge wear. In December 1982, Parlophone issued Twenty-six 7 singles under the catalogue number BSC 1.

The new Blue gold-embossed box also carried the Beatles' gold-embossed signatures, and contained all the standard 22 singles, plus the singles that had been released since 1976 which were: Yesterday, Back In The USSR, Sgt. Peppers and The Movie Medley. All the sleeves for the first 22 singles were new designs.

The split between Parlophone and Apple labels were as per the original releases. As for Box Set Three, plus.

Movie Medley - R 6055. Comes complete with a blue Information Sheet containing the list of 26 Singles together with their First Press date, the date Recording Commenced, and the highest Chart Position.

The box is in immaculate condition. The record is still packed. The record is in brand new condition, absolutely perfect. Certainly never played, possibly even still sealed. Should be used sparingly as a grade, if at all.

Cover and extra documents like lyric sheet, booklet or poster are in perfect condition. Describes an almost mint record, this grade is used for records that appear virtually flawless but not perfect. A very minor scuff can appear on the record.

Yet, the record must play without any noise over the flaw and the latter must be very hard to detect. Any blemish affecting sound quality will prevent records from being graded NM or M. The cover should look close to perfect with only minor signs of wear and or age. Minor impressions to the cover (due to the outer edge of the record resting inside) may be acceptable. It has no creases, folds, seam splits or any other noticeable similar defect. And of course, the same is true of any other inserts, such as posters, lyric sleeves, and the like. Basically, Near Mint looks as if you just got it home from a new record store and removed the shrink wrap. Most common condition for records.

The record has been played a few times but displays no major deterioration in sound quality. May have some very light surface noise or isolated crackles and pops. Some slight signs of wear, occasional light marks and scuffs.

The average person would not notice anything wrong. Labels may be marked lightly. Minor ring wear, moderate wear to edges and corners. Cover can also be in mint condition but there is a DJ or promo copy stamp or cut in the corner.

You can notice some clear wear on the surface. Some scratches that may cause clicks, crackles or pops. There may be minor warps and skips. Cover suffers from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discoloration. Cover will have ring wear.

The record has been played so much that the sound quality has been noticeably deteriorated. Likely to be lots of minor scratches and scuffs. Potential label marks and damage. The cover and contents can be torn, stained and/or defaced, there also can be some writing on it. The record does not play properly due to scratches, bad surface noise, etc, Unless it is something very rare it is not worth listing in this condition. The cover and contents are badly damaged or partly missing. Cover can also be missing. The Animals - "Animalisms" Decca Mono UK 1st Pressing VINYL VG+ BARGAIN. All received in great condition and tested. The Rolling Stones'Get Stoned' - 2 x LPs - Vinyl/Sleeve VG+/VG. "Live At The BBC" Ist Pressing UK 1994 Apple 2 x LP NM/NM. The Beatles Collection Box Set 24 x 7? Singles 1977 UK VG+ Condition. Collection of Kathleen Ferrier 78 rpm 10inch Shellac Records Excellent Condition. The Beatles - "Please Please Me" PMC 1202 UK LP PARLOPHONE MONO 4th PRESSING.

The Beatles - Rock'n' Roll Music Volume 2 Swedish Pressing 1980 NM/VG+. US Stereo Vinyl LP VG-VG+. Great album in excellent condition.

Beatles "White Album" US 2-LP VG+/VG+ on Apple Numbered with Poster & 4 Photos. As described, excellently packaged and great service!

RARE Full Set of Walford Davies "Melody Lectures" 6 x 12 inch 78 rpm Records. BEATLES Sgt Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band COVER ONLY Stereo Near Mint. SLEEVE THANK YA VARY MUCH. RARE The Beatles - "Please Please Me" Original Black & Gold - VG condition? The item "THE BEATLES FIRST FOUR BOX SETS THE SINGLES COLLECTIONS FANTASTIC CONDITION" is in sale since Sunday, August 18, 2019.

This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "janeshopuk" and is located in Southminster.

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  • Sub-Genre: The Beatles
  • Artist: The Beatles
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Duration: Singles Box Set
  • Speed: 45RPM
  • Record Size: 7"
  • Genre: Rock
  • Special Attributes: Compilation


The Beatles First Four Box Sets The Singles Collections Fantastic Condition