Album: The White Stripes

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by dagingerrocker » Mon Nov 21, 2011 4:55 pm

i found a NM original one for 40 should i go 4 it
I understand that and you got a point there but this amp goes up to eleven...

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by barrowc » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:37 am

Which record label (should be SFTRI)? Is there an insert (should be yes)? Is the colour of the labels red or black (should be red)? Is the film-strip part of the cover light-grey or dark-grey (should be light-grey)?

Light-grey looks like this:

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Dark-grey looks like this:

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What's the run-out text?

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by jasonbubalo » Mon Dec 19, 2011 7:38 pm

Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by Stl_ben » Mon Dec 19, 2011 7:52 pm

jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Open it....
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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by TheHen0 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:42 pm

jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by BluefordT » Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:45 pm

TheHen0 wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.

Um..........Long term investment-


Definition of 'Long-Term Investments'
An account on the asset side of a company's balance sheet that represents the investments that a company intends to hold for more than a year. They may include stocks, bonds, real estate and cash or Split colored records

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by stoutr » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:05 pm

TheHen0 wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.
Why soon? There may be no point for you, but many of us are collectors.
I got that deep into variants once before with a collection, please shoot me if I go there again, it will drive you crazy I promise...
But nice stuff for sure.
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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by flattop2001 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:12 pm

Who did you buy it from? I would never buy one of these sealed unless I knew the buyer. Not sure that being sealed really adds any significant value, but willing to be shown otherwise.
stoutr wrote:
TheHen0 wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.
Why soon? There may be no point for you, but many of us are collectors.
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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by TheHen0 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:59 pm

stoutr wrote:
TheHen0 wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.
Why soon? There may be no point for you, but many of us are collectors.
I'm a collector too, but if you have it sealed forever, you might as well just have a sealed on on black vinyl.

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by Stl_ben » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:09 pm

TheHen0 wrote:
stoutr wrote:
TheHen0 wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.
Why soon? There may be no point for you, but many of us are collectors.
I'm a collector too, but if you have it sealed forever, you might as well just have a sealed on on black vinyl.
Not if you are collector of only non-black vinyl.
But right now it's color is much like schrodinger's cat box...a mystery until you open it and see whats inside.
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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by hawke000 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:11 pm

TheHen0 wrote:
stoutr wrote:
TheHen0 wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.
Why soon? There may be no point for you, but many of us are collectors.
I'm a collector too, but if you have it sealed forever, you might as well just have a sealed on on black vinyl.
Never forget this little piece of advice regarding collecting.

1 to keep, one to play, one to trade. When you start with that thinking around here, you'll get far.

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by TheHen0 » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:18 pm

hawke000 wrote:
TheHen0 wrote:
stoutr wrote:
TheHen0 wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
Unless you're planning to sell it soon, open it. There's no point in having it otherwise.
Why soon? There may be no point for you, but many of us are collectors.
I'm a collector too, but if you have it sealed forever, you might as well just have a sealed on on black vinyl.
Never forget this little piece of advice regarding collecting.

1 to keep, one to play, one to trade. When you start with that thinking around here, you'll get far.
I can't afford three copies of everything though, so the most I ever get is two.

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Re: Album: The White Stripes

Post by gdm » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:59 pm

jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
the splits are noticeably lighter than the 180g black version.

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Post by love_islander » Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:02 pm

gdm wrote:
jasonbubalo wrote:Hello everybody, I just bought a sealed copy of the split color version of this vinyl on ebay, and the seller says I can be assured it is a split vinyl because of the small third man sticker on the back corner of the record. Is that true? Is there any other way to tell short of opening it? I would like to keep it sealed if possible as I already have a black listening copy. Thanks everybody.
the splits are noticeably lighter than the 180g black version.
that's a good tip

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