Great all around copy. Vinyl is very glossy aside from three visible but non-feelable scratches that play through largely inaudible. 1-2 pops, so I graded VG. Plays pretty VG+ to my ears. Cover has some minor splitting and light ringwear. Pricetag on the inside of the cover shows that this once sold for $44…rare pressing?
Copyright 1972 on label, additional label matrix ST 1-11078 and ST 2-11078, matrix runout Side A: 1-11078-F-3 3 *, Side B: 2-11078-F-5 1 *, stereo, 10 tracks, label tear side A 1 1/2" x 1/2" plus initial Pa in red ink, cover with ring wear and rubs, wear along seams and corners
Ultrasonic and VPI Cleaned, Replacement Inner Sleeve, All Three Seams of Cover Have Been Archivally Repaired, Scotch Tape in Several Spots Along Edges, Moderate Corner/Shelf Wear, Owner Initials on Front, Some Intermittent Repeated Clicks/Pops, Light Static at Times Throughout Play, More VG-/Borderline VG+, Extremely Listenable, Orders Placed Before 4pm PST M-F Ship Same Day
US pressing on HARVEST (no EMI on the labels); cover still in partial shrink wrap (lightly held by a piece of clear tape) with slight wear along the opening, LP is glossy high-end EX with just a few light marks, it plays with very slight surface noise and occasional tick (likely due to pressing rather than overplay) (12568)
4th US issue on "amoeba" HARVEST label with SW cat.#, SW 2-11078-G10 #3 and SW 1-11078-G15#2 etched matrices, very clean cover with minimal rub/corner/shelf wear, LP is barely played but has tiny dotted marks (from pressing that adorn many Capitol issues of the era), we will therefore grade it EX, label is slightly torn on Side 1 and is on the deadwax (15026)
Los Angeles-cut US original on HARVEST with F3/F3 matrices; sturdy cover with some aging spots and mild ring wear, some wear along the spine and several scratches in the back, a weak VG+ but hardly less, LP is a clean EX with mild sleeve marks, appears barely touched, super-strictly graded as EX- (22333)