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  1. Six foot by four foot? The frame alone had to cost a couple hundred...
  2. Is it printed directly to the board or on paper with the board backing it? Either way, I am pretty sure it dates from the mid-80's and worth less than $50.
  3. The Warner logo in the fine print means it has to be from 1974 or later; I didn't realize they still had the 'Do what thou wilt...' in the runoff.
  4. One thing to look for is if the fine print mentions WEA; that means it's from 1974 or later.
  5. I have been told (on this forum I believe) that the girl on the back cover was also the model on the front cover of 'Houses'.
  6. It's somewhat uncommon; it might get a small premium from a collector.
  7. 0698 refers to the suggested retail price ($6.98). I will have to check my copies to see if any of them also have it.
  8. This is the online go-to for information re: vintage tees.
  9. Easiest way to know for sure is to look at the tag (if you can). Another thing is most T-shirt from the late 60's-early 70's were a polyester/cotton blend and the sizes were smaller. A 'large' tee from that era would be smaller than today's 'medium'.
  10. You can make a post in the Master Forum.
  11. We also need the code printed at the bottom of the label, e.g. 'ST-A-712285 MO' (or SP, LY, CTH, PL, etc.)
  12. The white sleeves are a lot scarcer. I don't think it was a first press/later press issue; I think one or two printing companies just used the white paper. We may be able to deduct it by having everyone with a white sleeve enter the matrix information here.
  13. Is the mistake on the album cover or label? The 19128 catalog number is from the 1977 reissue. The 7201 number is on the original from 1970, but WEA did not exist until 1974. It's possible someone switched out the original cover, or maybe they had some leftover 7201 discs when they printed the new covers. You can look here for more information.
  14. We need details, specifically the country, catalog and matrix numbers.
  15. Check the dates - probably one is from April 27; the other April 28.
  16. You're not mistaken; I recall a thread discussing the various 45s and LPs the song is on and some faded out and some didn't. If it wasn't in this forum it was on Steve Hoffman.
  17. I am pretty sure it dates from the late 70's. It is not particularly rare or valuable: https://www.discogs.com/Led-Zeppelin-File-Under-Led-Zeppelin/master/740381
  18. If you know someone who has a legit copy of this compare them. Originals will have sharp printing (on both the disc and cover art) and counterfeits will be noticeably worse. If you bought it on ebay, you can return it - you won't even have to pay the shipping.
  19. I'm pretty sure all of these are boots, though some of the recent ones may be quasi-legitimate.
  20. Check the listing again.
  21. That is right around the going rate; it's not particularly rare so you probably can find one 5 to 10 pounds cheaper. Like a lot of bootlegs, prices can fluctuate!
  22. I for one want to hear Mr. Dragon Suit's opinions of the rest of the catalog; he did a nice job of editing the Hoffman threads down to the essence. Any thoughts on pressing plants to seek out or avoid?
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