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  1. Hello everyone! I would like to have your opinion on the possible value of a Led Zeppelin III Mispress: It is a Led Zeppelin III vinyl, German pressing from the 70s. The cover is the wheel as usual, and the labels are written correctly. However, when you play the vinyl, on all the side A, it is not Led Zeppelin, but is it Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's side A album "Deja Vu". The vinyl itself is in very good shape, overall VG+. I can't find anywhere on the internet the very similar product. On this link: https://recordmecca.com/item-archives/led-zeppelin-iii-previo
  2. I recently picked up a vinyl of Led Zeppelin III from a small temporary vinyl stand in a mall. The sleeve is in pretty decent condition and, LZIII being my favorite LZ album, I just had to have it. However, when I took the record out, I found something strange. The A-side says "Led Zeppelin III" and lists it's tracks. However, the B-side says "Led Zeppelin" and lists the tracks to "Led Zeppelin's" B-side. When I play the vinyl, it is "Led Zeppelin" on both sides! So essentially I bought the "Led Zeppelin" vinyl with mis-matched stickers within a "Led Zeppelin III" case. I attached phot
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