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Vinyl: JACK WHITE STRIPES THE GO - Whatcha Doin' Third Man Vault #41 TMR

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60.00 GBP
(75.04 USD)
0.99 GBP
15 Sep 2019
12 Sep 2019
13 bids
United Kingdom
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Third Man Vault / The Go - Whatcha Doin' 20th Anniversary Remix Redux

Third Man Vault #41

- The Go: Whatcha Doin' 20th Anniversary Remix on Orange vinyl

- The Go: Ferdinand Attic Demos. Recorded in Jack White's attic & previously unreleased in transparent splatter vinyl

- Photobook with exclusive pictures

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Everything Mint unplayed

Will be posted in the original Third Man record mailer

Please note that unless you select an insured option, I cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage in transit. However, please be assured that all CD's will be carefully packed & posted out in bubble-wrapped envelopes. All vinyl will be sent out in bespoke mailers with stiffeners, with the record stored separately from the sleeve for added protection.

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Postage Options:

UK 2nd Class Recorded Delivery £4.00

Worldwide Tracked £14.50

Disc, Label & Sleeve ratings below are obviously subjective, but if you have any doubts or questions, please ask before bidding - I will normally respond to all questions within 24 hours. All vinyl is visually rated (unless stated) & therefore unplayed:

WOL - Writing or Ink on Label / WOS - Writing or Ink on Sleeve / TOS - Tape or Sticker / Glue Marks on Sleeve / Label (TOL)

Mint - CD, Record or sleeve in brand new condition with no marks

Excellent - Record shows some signs of having been played. Vinyl or CD may have very light scratches or markings. Cover & packaging might have slight wear &/or creasing / minor seam damage. CD inserts may have dents from jewel case studs etc

Very Good - Record has obviously been played many times with noticeable surface marks. Cover & packaging may have more obvious defects / damage such as seam splits / heavy creases etc.