Think with the reference to Home Delivery Service ( they used blue logo on white postcards when you were out) is possibly the Moores Group (Marshall Ward, Littlewoods, and some other bulky 'home shopping' catelogue companies that I cannot recall). I guess the flexi went in the 'agents' (as agents got 10% commission ) pack with the spring/summer or autumn/winter catelogues.
Name & Registered Office:
BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES LIMITED
130 WILTON ROAD
Change of Name 03/08/1994
And then struck off sometime in the 2000s
BICC was a very large company and I thought that British Insulated (merged with Callender's Cables I cannot remember when) went back some years
investigating BRITISH INSULATED CALLENDER'S CABLES LIMITED(formed 1974) change of name to Guniea Investments Limited (same address) 03/08/1994 .
Weird, but then 1970s investment conglomerates maximising tax efficiences could be anything.
...I bought a stereo copy of this in a moment of madness maybe 10 years ago, but it's a
"Mono record inside stereo sleeve........??" ,never even heard it, no turntables set up.
I should have given the ebay merchant a proper negative, but failed to do so......live and learn, it's only money..... Comment by Fokeman:
What is surprising about this record is that it came out with an issue in both Mono and Stereo. I don't think the Stereo ZFA issues were very common (if at all) and the Mono EAF series is much more easy to find.