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White Mono Help
Topic Started: Aug 13 2016, 10:37 AM (200 Views)
yellowsubmariner
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I have been fortunate enough to get two mono white albums.

One has a nice low number of 4627.

The difficulty I have is that the vinyl in the other one is better.

The other one has the EMI Recording wording on it..... whilst the low one does not.

Should I just go with them the way they are or swap them over?

Thoughts please friends...

Aso the black inners on both copies are trashed, I never know whether it's better to sell with them like this or not at all?

Again, your advice would be great!
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muffmasterh
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yellowsubmariner,Aug 13 2016
10:37 AM
I have been fortunate enough to get two mono white albums.

One has a nice low number of 4627.

The difficulty I have is that the vinyl in the other one is better.

The other one has the EMI Recording wording on it..... whilst the low one does not.

Should I just go with them the way they are or swap them over?

Thoughts please friends...

Aso the black inners on both copies are trashed, I never know whether it's better to sell with them like this or not at all?

Again, your advice would be great!

very nice low number, but sadly with a number that low you really do need no emi labels imho, i would be uncomfortable with any mono under 100,000 with emi labels, indeed my control mono copy bought new ( in 1978 old stock lost behind the filing cabinet or something and then found and racked out as a new copy ) which is numbered in the 200,000s does not have an emi recording on all the labels, but i accept that is extreme and you can get away with it after 100,000

inners are not a deal breaker imho but they often can be used as an indicator or overall condition so if you can nicer ones may get you more bids...
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yellowsubmariner
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Thanks Henry. The non emi vinyl is maybe VG+ to EX- so it's not bad, just that the other is NM.

The inners are a pain, don't want to have to buy a full album just to get them.
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