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Vinyl: Beatles "Yesterday & Today" 1966 - Capitol T 2553 - 2nd State BUTCHER Scranton

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1,331.00 USD
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15 Sep 2021
08 Sep 2021
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Beatles - "Yesterday & Today" 1966 - Capitol T 2553 - Second State BUTCHER Scranton Pressing - 12" Rock LP

Capitol Records – T 2553

Grading: Fairly Good

12” Monaural LP appears occasionally-played yet not over-played and remains in very good acceptable condition with most of its original shine. Under strong light, a few stray but minor & faint usage and handling blemishes are apparent. The most pronounced blemish appears over the four final tracks on side one and appears to be the result of contact with a turntable stabilizer arm. This and any other m arkings are cosmetic in nature only and will not affect playback performance. Vinyl is absolutely free of heavy wear or deep or serious marks. Minimal spindle markings on the label would indicate minimal play or at least careful handling. Ringo's V-neck turtleneck sweater is clearly visible through the paste-over trunk cover jacket which has mild shelf-wear. Any ring-wear is namely visible on the backside. Otherwise the jacket is free from splits or cracks and remains clean and solid with minimal corner & spine wear as shown in photos. The #3 indicating a Scranton, Pa pressing is visible on the back corner. Includes its original Capitol inner-sleeve which remains clean & intact and free from rips or tears.

Dead wax detail:

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): T1-2553-F1 #3 IAM (w/triangle)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): T2-2553-G2 #3 IAM (w/triangle)



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