Found today: laminated, non flip-back cover Printed in England by MacNeill Press, London, S.E.1 same label design as reported by Jan LK4605/S1/D6/V1 but: side one: matrix -6A 1 U and JT onto vinyl side two: matrix -12A 1 K and JT onto vinyl
The presence of JT onto vinyl - not on lbls - should make this as the very first boxed issue and place this at the time of some other very old boxed labels...
The inner sleeve is dark pink and is dated 5-73
The high matrix -6A and -12A are the highest available (i.e. the most recent, not the oldest) and are the same that were widely used to press the export copies to Italy (I've already provided these data to Jan).
The point is: how can such 'high' matrixes combine with the JT onto vinyl? As always, thanks for sharing your knowledge, Luca
Last Edit: Jul 17, 2012 17:02:13 GMT 1 by 1963luca0