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Hi all, 

I am after some help.  I have a copy of Led Zeppelin (IV) Untitled album:

Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, hand-etched): WEA 50008-A2 PF

It is labelled as side B on both sides.  All information is identical for side B.  Has anyone come across this before?  I cannot find a reference to it anywhere.  Also would it affect the value in any way?

Many thanks in advance!

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I assume it plays both sides. A mislabeled record is a curiosity but not particularly valuable. At most it would be worth double the rate for a regular version. From the runout, yours is a European reissue that I would say is in the $15-20 range, so you can assume yours is $30-40.

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I assume it plays both sides. A mislabeled record is a curiosity but not particularly valuable. At most it would be worth double the rate for a regular version. From the runout, yours is a European reissue that I would say is in the $15-20 range, so you can assume yours is $30-40.

Sounds about right. 

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