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CD: MOONCHILD RECORDS LED ZEPPELIN GOING TO CALIFORNIA I & II CD ALBUM SET OF 4

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01 Oct 2019
29 Aug 2019
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MOONCHILD RECORDS LED ZEPPELIN GOING TO CALIFORNIA I & II CD ALBUM SET OF 4

Moonchild Records Led Zeppelin Going To California I & II CD Album Set of 4


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A concert at Berkeley, September 13, 1971, is recorded.
Contains the audience sound source.
It is a famous day from the analog age.
I will send an unused item.


This product is 100% authentic.
Please ask me any questions you may have before bidding.


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with No tracking number and No insurance.
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- Europe : FREE
- South America, Africa : $ask

Expedited shipping: EMS
Estimated 3 - 10 days after shipping.
with Tracking number and full insurance.
- Asia : $20
- USA,Oceania ,North and Central America : $20
- Europe : $20
- South America, Africa : $ask

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