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Original 100% authentic still factory sealed 1st West Coast, Los Angeles, Hollywood pressing plant release 2nd State Paste-Over Monaural “ Butcher ” Cover. The paste-over “Trunk” slick with a vivid beautifully preserved print contains a perfectly visible Ringo’s sweater “V” neck along with the texture of the Butcher cover underneath. The slick is so clear that one can even slightly see Ringo’s Head, above the “V” neck, and his black pants at the bottom of the right corner under a strong light source. The shrink wrap doesn't have any splits or tears and contains two breathe holes on the right of the front cover, along the mouth. It's extremely hard to find a copy of the 2nd State Monaural Butcher Cover in such a superb mint condition. If you look carefully, you can also see a small piece of the original Butcher cover sticking out from beneath the paste-over slick at the top left corner, next to the Capitol Records logo, which you can see on one of the photos. The back cover has a RIAA 6 factory designator at the bottom right corner, identifying this very early copy as a Los Angeles, Hollywood pressing plant issue. This copy has the original Capitol Records T-2553 Mono catalog number black label with a multicolored spectrum ("Rainbow") band along the label's edge without the "subsidiary" print. You can see on the photos an original yellow Capitol Records "Capitol 66 Sound Great!” paper inner sleeve visible through the intact shrink wrap at the mouth of the cover. Amazing copy, very early 1st pressing of the 2nd State Paste-Over Monaural Butcher cover in a factory sealed condition, which rarely comes across at an auction without a reserve price. The listing includes the vintage scan copies of Capitol Records original documents, relating to the Butcher artwork situation and its controversy, a Capitol memo from Joe Sobeck, Capitol’s distribution manager in Boston, describing in all of the details the destruction of the original 1st State Butcher Covers (dated June 28, 1966), a letter from Capitol Records’ press and information services manager Ron Tepper that was sent to record reviewers (dated June 14, 1966) and finally, a newspaper clipping from The Boston Globe with the headline “Beatles Make $250,000 Goof”, which describes the recall of the controversial Butcher covers and how Brian Epstein, the manager of The Beatles submitted the original artwork to Capitol Records (dated June 25, 1966)
COVER - MINT (FACTORY SEALED) Beautiful very clean cover with a rigid spine, containing a fully readable text, and wear and scuff-free edges. The back cover contains a vivid sharp text with some very light “fading” at the bottom left corner and barely noticeable age discoloration along the mouth.
VINYL - MINT (FACTORY SEALED)
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