This listing is for a complete set of five original iconic Elvis Presley Sun record label 7 inch 45 RPM records. These records are all original United States pressings released between 1954 and 1955. Four of the five records have the Push Marks on the record labels, with the exception being the Mystery Train 45 which was not issued with the Push Marks on the label.We played each of the records, and all five of these 45s are described and graded below. DEAD WAX (Side 1): U-128-45 72. DEAD WAX (Side 2): U-129-45 72. Sun 209 is the earlier pressing with the number 209 printed on the record labels at the 9 o'clock position, instead of the 6 o'clock position of the later pressings. This record has one possible sticking point on some record players, as it played through on some equipment but on other equipment had one stick towards the end of the That's All Right side. Visibly this record grades VG, and also has a light warp which does not affect play. I DON'T CARE IF THE SUN DON'T SHINE. DEAD WAX (Side 1): U-131-45 72. DEAD WAX (Side 2): U-130-45 72. Sun 210 plays through on both sides.
Visibly this record grades G+. DEAD WAX (Side 1): U-140-45 72. DEAD WAX (Side 2): U-141-45 72. Sun 215 plays through on both sides.Visibly this record grades VG, and also has a small heat mark area on the outside edge in the opening dead wax on the You're A Heartbreaker side. This marking measures roughly 2 inches around the outer edge by 1/4 inch into the record from the outside edge, and is only in the dead wax area. It stops before the opening musical groove and does not affect play. BABY LET'S PLAY HOUSE. I'M LEFT, YOU'RE RIGHT, SHE'S GONE. DEAD WAX (Side 1): U-143X-45-2 72. DEAD WAX (Side 2): U-142-45 72. Sun 217 has one skip on the Baby Lets Play House side.
This skip is near the end of the song, just after the line that says I'd Rather See You Dead Little Girl. This is the nicest looking 45 of the set, visibly grading a strong VG+. The record label for Baby Let's Play House also has some writing on it. I FORGOT TO REMEMBER TO FORGET.
DEAD WAX (Side 1): 45-U-156X 20. DEAD WAX (Side 2): 45-U-157X 20.
Sun 223 plays through on both sides. The record label for I Forgot To Remember To Forget also has some writing. With the exception of sealed LP's, all LP's are removed from their outer sleeves to prevent seam splitting. Upon request, we will give your sealed LP's the same treatment.All records are carefully graded. In an attempt to give customers an accurate impression of condition rather than adhere to somewhat arbitrary criteria, The Great Escape gives an "overall presentation" grade; we do not give a "listening" grade. Our vinyl listings are supplemented when necessary with additional remarks. For example: where some dealers will not allow a cut corner on an otherwise near mint jacket (often automatically relegating it to a VG+ at best), we may grade such a record as NM and note the cut-out mark (thereby letting you know what it "really" looks like: a near-perfect record with a cut corner). LPs are graded cover first, followed by the grade for the vinyl. We describe all items to the best of our ability and knowledge, and we image everything that is included for each listing. Domestic all 50 states, U. International Buyers - Please Note. Just one of inkFrog's. The item "ELVIS PRESLEY 1954-1955 COMPLETE SET OF 5 ORIGINAL SUN 45 209 210 215 217 223 7" is in sale since Thursday, March 23, 2017.
This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "thegreatescape" and is located in Nashville, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.