.....actually, I kind-of want W.B.lbl to take a gander at what I mean....what's also interesting is the Jacksonville label is the same as the LA label with the addition of the star/asterisk...JohnComment by TheDroid:
All I know is that I am now impressed (and confused), BeatleJohn! (LOL).Comment by BEATLEJOHN:
It seems like the lettering (and asterisk/star) are over-impressed....but this shouldn't be, since this this offset, not letterpress...(actually it looks like over-impressed flexo)...was the molleton?blanket dirty?.......John
Added a second example of a Jacksonville, IL label. This one has what is clearly a star at the end of the master number, while image #158363 appears to be more of an asterisk. Interesting that there would be such differences.
If they're different issues from different years with different catalog numbers, I'd think they would get their own separate listings. Especially if it can be determined when each came out...Comment by RecordDragon:
Should the alternate CAT. # be entered here as a secondary number?Comment by TheDroid:
Amazing! I never noticed the difference in catalog number and now I have discovered that I have both issues. I love 45cat!
Have added the full label sheet, with the A side curiously at the bottom. Also, the font used for that small rim print was 6 point No. 1 Lightline Gothic. (Usually, Capitol in those days, for their rim print, used 6 point No. 2 Lightline Gothic.)Comment by RadnaNotions:
Judging by the other US London Town singles, this is not an easy error to spot.Comment by TheJudge:
A cigar for 'ajtharp'. Meanwhile, the upper left does show MPL, but the way the P is printed does almost resemble an F.Comment by ajtharp:
I notice there's only 1 i in Communications when there should be 2.Comment by TheJudge:
I still don't get your point (duh!), but the A-side label does say MFL.Comment by W.B.lbl:
No - MPL stood for McCartney Productions Ltd., so that's on the level. Now if it were a limited company with a certain four-letter word used in a verbal sense, that'd be different . . . Comment by TheJudge: