Beatles' album Sergeant Pepper - this is the original UK 1967 stereo issue with the black and yellow Parlophone labels with the £ sign. It has the IN/IN matrixes and the sheet of cut-outs of the moustache, Sgt Pepper picture card, Army stripes, badges, and the Sgt Pepper's band stand up. It's a gatefold sleeve with a beautiful photo of the band in Sgt Pepper uniforms against a yellow background. Back cover is red with the lyrics. Every single track is a famous Beatles classic and this is an essential for any serious Beatles collector to own. The cut-out sheets are in excellent condition. This is the cover containing many famous faces, and the one causing controversy/interest around the myth of Paul McCartney and the guitar floral arrangement.
LP format, Stereo version
Label: EMI Parlophone (black and yellow with a £ sign) Catalogue No: PCS 7027