Hello, The seller has added the catalogue to sell the LP to make more money. Fact is; I did a bid on a mono LIB with poster and catalogue and won it. I also have seen that catalogues where sold on his own. In my mono LP's are glossy posters. In the stereo 1) non glossy poster with text:poster included 2) no poster and nothing mentioned about it. I do not change LP's with sleeves of something like that!!! Greetings Kapel,
Posters, innerbags and other items are being changed all the time. But basically: Early pressings of LIB had a glossy paper and reprints from the mid 70's had a nonglossy paper. There was no difference in poster paper quality in 1969 in between mono and stereo pressings. A poster was a poster and it did not make any difference if the LP was a mono or stereo or nonboxed or boxed.
I have got a confirmation from a Swedish collector that bought a brand new LIB in early 1970 that had a nonglossy poster. I think that it was a stereo. So in some cases both versions vere available early on in the production. But as a general rule, glossy = early, nonglossy = later
Paul, do you think that you could send me pictures of the label? I do have this label on my stonesondecca page, D5V2, but I think that I borrowed the pics from e-bay. The side light is a bit too strong so I would like to change the pics into a bit better quality
Hi Jan I was just wondering did you receive my pictures of the LIB labels that I emailed you. If not I will email them to you again.