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We specialise in vinyl LPs, 12-inch, 7-inch, programmes, posters, tickets, autographs, vintage merchandise & memorabilia. We also buy collectables including 1980s and 1990s CD singles, limited edition releases, picture discs, shaped and uncut, promotional and demonstartion copies, acetates, test pressings and BPI and RIAA Gold/Silver/Platinum award discs.

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AN AROUND-THE-WORLD GUIDE TO THE IVEYS VINYL RECORD, CDs & MEMORABLIA WE WANT TO BUY...
We will buy or trade most CDs, vinyl LP, 7”, 12” records and memorabilia from most countries, especially the following...

UK
2-LP vinyl set, CD album, 7" vinyl, red vinyl, blue vinyl, clear vinyl...
JAPAN
7" vinyl, vinyl LP, CD album, red vinyl, blue vinyl, orange vinyl, promo vinyl LP, promo CD album, promo 5-CD set...
FRANCE
7" vinyl, blue vinyl, red vinyl, green vinyl, promo 7" vinyl, promo box set, promo CD single...
ITALY
vinyl LP, red vinyl, orange vinyl, clear vinyl...
GERMANY
vinyl LP, red vinyl, white vinyl, blue vinyl, promo CD single, promo vinyl LP, promo 7" vinyl...
PORTUGAL
7" vinyl, clear vinyl, yellow vinyl...

Top release decades
1960s, 2000s, 1990s...

Top music labels
Apple, EMI, Toshiba EMI...

Top barcodes
077779869213, 077779869220, 4988006826915...

Top catalogue numbers
SAPCOR8, CDP7986922, AR-2198, APPLE5, AP-8719, TOCP-67561, 2C006-90493M, 3C062-90150, 1C062-90150, TOCP-7099...

Top titles
Maybe Tomorrow, Maybe Tomorrow - Red Vinyl, Dear Angie, Maybe Tomorrow - Black Vinyl, Maybe Tomorrow - 4-prong, Maybe Tomorrow - Red Vinyl - VG+/EX, Maybe Tomorrow - WOL, Maybe Tomorrow - Promo...

Top wanted titles
Dear Angie, Maybe Tomorrow, Maybe Tomorrow - 4-prong...

Other artist names
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Related artists
Badfinger, Heartbeats, Peter Ham, The Dodgers, The Iveys...


A FEW OF THE ITEMS WE WANT...

THE IVEYS Maybe Tomorrow (Incredibly rare original 1969 Japanese 12-track stereo LP pressed on Everclean Wine Red Vinyl by Toshiba, complete with fold out Japanese/lyric insert, die-cut jet black inner & picture sleeve. This album is highly sought after as the UK issue was withdrawn prior to its July 1969 release & only saw release in parts of Europe & Japan. AP-8719)
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Tracklisting: 1. See-Saw, Granpa 2. Beautiful And Blue 3. Dear Angie 4. Think About The Good Times 5. Yesterday Ain't Coming Back 6. Fisherman 7. Maybe Tomorrow 8. Sali Bloo 9. Angelique 10. I'm In Love 11. They're Knocking Down Our Home 12. I've Been Waiting This album is legendary for many reasons - it was originally scheduled for release on 4th July 1969, however the UK release was withdrawn along with SAPCOR 7 which was going to be the Delaney & Bonnie album, until it was released on Elektra/Atlantic. The number was reassigned to the Trash LP, but this too was withdrawn. The band then changed their name to Badfinger and after recording a McCartney demo and other songs for the 'Magic Christian' soundtrack enjoyed limited success. The matrix numbers have been machine stamped into the 'dead wax' area: Side One SAPCOR-8A Side Two SAPCOR-8B The labels are the familiar Apple design with regular sliced and unsliced sides and 'Mfd. By Toshiba Musical Industries' text. Both the AP-8719 and SAPCOR 8 catalogue numbers are printed on the labels. There is a just little faint spindle wear to one side, indicating light signs of play. The pasted picture sleeve has the Apple logo, AP-8719 catalogue number and stereo symbol printed on the front with a brief biography by Derek Taylor on the reverse. Some light edge wear is evident, including two small half inch paper splits at the openings, which is minimal. All text remains legible, & despite some light foxing on the back, the colours remain rich & vivid & the condition remains very respectable. The jet black inner is present & remains crisp & untorn & the fold out Japanese/lyric insert shows minimal wear with age. It features a black and white photo of the band, tracklisting, Japanese text biography, notes on the recordings & English lyrics. It is free from writing, rips or tears. Essential for collectors of Beatles, Badfinger and Apple, this is becoming almost impossible to find. The red vinyl appears clean with just the very lightest evidence of play, mostly on the labels. Extremely nice condition, indeed!
THE IVEYS Maybe Tomorrow (Incredibly rare original 1969 Japanese Apple label 12-track stereo LP pressed on 'Everclean' RED VINYL by Toshiba Musical Industries. Highly sought after by collectors, the UK release waswithdrawn prior to its July 1969 release date & only issued in parts of Europe & Japan, pasted picture sleeve complete with four-page insert AP-8719)
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Tracklisting: 1. See-Saw, Granpa 2. Beautiful And Blue 3. Dear Angie 4. Think About The Good Times 5. Yesterday Ain't Coming Back 6. Fisherman 7. Maybe Tomorrow 8. Sali Bloo 9. Angelique 10. I'm In Love 11. They're Knocking Down Our Home 12. I've Been Waiting This album is legendary for many reasons - it was originally scheduled for release on 4th July 1969, however the UK release was withdrawn along with SAPCOR 7 which was going to be the Delaney & Bonnie album until released on Elektra/Atlantic. The number was reassigned to the Trash LP, but this too was withdrawn. The band then changed their name to Badfinger and after recording a McCartney demo and other songs for the 'Magic Christian' soundtrack enjoyed limited success. Despite being nearly forty years old the vinyl remains in Near Mint condition with a beautiful 'just pressed' lustre. The matrix numbers have been machine stamped into the 'dead wax' area: Side One SAPCOR-8A Side Two SAPCOR-8B The labels are the familiar Apple design with regular sliced and unsliced sides and 'Mfd. By Toshiba Musical Industries' text. Both the AP-8719 and SAPCOR 8 catalogue numbers are printed on the labels. The labels are near 'as new'. The full colour pasted picture sleeve has the Apple logo, AP-8719 catalogue number and stereo symbol printed on the front with a brief biography by Derek Taylor on the reverse. The original four-page insert is enclosed. It features a black and white photo of the band, tracklisting, Japanese text biography and notes on the recordings, plus English lyrics. The insert is Near Mint, complete with the one-sided die-cut jet black company inner. Note: the cover grades a firm VG+. There is some evidence of very light discolouring in the bottom corners, mostly visible on the back slick. Other than that, there is no writing & just some very mild fracturing to the paper in parts of the spine, with all print clearly legible. Overall, this is essential for collectors of The Beatles, Badfinger and Apple, & almost impossible to find regardless of condition. That it is an investment grade piece is just the icing on the (apple) cake!
THE IVEYS Maybe Tomorrow (1968 UK Apple four-prong centre 7" single with 'Sold In U.K.' label print, produced by Tony Visconti & also featuring And Her Daddy's A Millionaire. This copy does not come with the Apple logo sleeve but a plain white one instead. The vinyl appears near mint APPLE5)
THE IVEYS Dear Angie (Rare 1969 French Apple 7" b/w No Escaping Your Love, in VG+ picture sleeve with some ringwear and ballpoint pen name on the reverse but with no tears or splits. Vinyl is in superb condition with few signs of having ever beenplayed. Label credits the band as The Yveys!)

Tracklisting: 1. Dear Angie 2. No Escaping Your Love
THE IVEYS Maybe Tomorrow (Rare original 1969 German issue Apple label 12-track vinyl LP, with the catalogue number 1C062-90150. This album is highly sought after by collectors as the UK release was withdrawn prior to it's July 1969 release date,and was only issued in parts of Europe and Japan. Complete with original near MINT condition front laminated picture sleeve and promo sample 'Unverkäufliche Musterplatte' sticker on the B-side label)
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Tracklisting: 1. See-Saw, Granpa 2. Beautiful And Blue 3. Dear Angie 4. Think About The Good Times 5. Yesterday Ain't Coming Back 6. Fisherman 7. Maybe Tomorrow 8. Sali Bloo 9. Angelique 10. I'm In Love 11. They're Knocking Down Our Home 12. I've Been Waiting This album is legendary for many reasons, it was originally scheduled for release on 4th July 1969, however the UK release was withdrawn along with SAPCOR 7 which was going to be the Delaney & Bonnie album until released on Elektra/Atlantic then the catalogue number was reassigned to the Trash LP, this too was withdrawn. The band then changed their name to Badfinger and after recording a McCartney demo and other songs for the Magic Christian Music soundtrack enjoyed limited success. The labels are Apple labels and feature the regular sliced and unsliced side with an 'Unverkäufliche Musterplatte' sticker on the second side. Both the 1C062-90150 and SAPCOR 8 catalogue numbers feature on the labels. There are NO spindle marks around the centre hole indicating very little, if any play. The matrix numbers have been machine stamped into the dead vinyl. They are as follows: Side One 90150 A-1 Side Two 90150 B-1 The vinyl is in fabulous condition which is staggering considering it is nearly forty years old. The dead vinyl between tracks is silent and plays without ANY crackle and hiss indicating almost no play. This landmark record is made even more rare by the presence of the original 'Unverkäufliche Musterplatte sample sticker which was only used on copies used for promotional purposes, which makes the overall condition even more surprising. Housed in a superb front laminated picture sleeve with Apple logo and B1C062-90150 catalogue number on the front plus brief biography on the back. The condition of the sleeve is quite simply superb with just two miniscule staple marks at the sleeve opening, however with no lift, creasing or indentations present it has clearly been protected and loved by an avid collector and it doesn't spoil the overall beauty of the piece. You are NEVER likely to see a copy in such overall fantastic condition and we are delighted to offer this item for sale. An essential item for collectors of Beatles, Badfinger and Apple!
THE IVEYS Maybe Tomorrow (Rare original 1969 UK Apple label 7" vinyl single with 'Sold In The UK...' label text, also featuring And Her Daddy's A Millionaire. The vinyl is in unbelievable immaculate mint condition with no spindlemarks on the intact push-out centre. Housed in the original Apple logo die cut paper sleeve. One of the hardest Apple label singles to find in any condition! APPLE5)

Tracklisting: 1. Maybe Tomorrow 2. And Her Daddy's A Millionaire
THE IVEYS Maybe Tomorrow (2004 issue UK 16-track CD album from the band that were to become Badfinger and the first band to be signed to Apple Records; features 4 Bonus Recordings 'No Escaping Your Love' & 'And Her Daddy's A Millionaire' and the previously unreleased 'Mrs Jones' & 'Looking For My Baby')

Tracklisting: 1. See Saw Grampa 2. Beautiful And Blue 3. Dear Angie 4. Think About The Good Times 5. Yesterday Ain't Coming Back 6. Fisherman 7. Maybe Tomorrow 8. Sali Bloo 9. Angelique 10. I'm In Love 11. They're Knocking Down Our Home 12. I've Been Waiting 13. No Escaping Your Love - Bonus Track 14. Mrs Jones - Previously Unreleased - Bonus Track 15. And Her Daddy's A Millionaire - Bonus Track 16. Looking For My Baby - Previously Unreleased - Bonus Track

AWARDS WE WANT TO BUY

We always require Gold, Silver, Platinum and Multi-Platinum awards on most artists - official B.P.I., R.I.A.A., I.F.P.I., C.R.I.A., S.N.E.P. etc. certified or genuine in-house variants from around the world. We also need Ivor Novello, B.M.I., ASCAP etc. publishing awards, plaques, trophies, certificates and citations.

MEMORABILIA ALWAYS REQUIRED:

Programmes; concert tickets; original concert posters; invites; handbills & flyers; promotional posters, standees, mobiles, displays & other P.O.S. material; press kits, boxes & sales presenters; award discs; tour crew jackets & other clothing; tour itineraries; promotional jackets, t-shirts & other clothing; original artwork, proofs, colour separations, cromalins, bromides, etc; interesting paper items, promotional gimmicks & most other memorabilia needed. Also buying: original film posters; movie press books & press kits; cinema programmes; premiere invites & programmes; promotional clothing & other items.

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