Here's your chance to own a piece of history. For Elvis collectors and collectors in general who are searching for rare valuable vinyl records. This is the single most sought after circulation copy of any Elvis Presley record ever released! Only acetates number fewer than this, and they were never meant for the public.Only a few hundred copies were made for the first pressing of this Sun 45 misprint. This copy may possibly be the finest known example remaining! This is the rare, true first pressing misprint of Elvis Presleys first ever single. It was the first of five singles Elvis released on the Sun label. Sam Phillips was in such a rush to get Elvis first record out, no one noticed catalog number 209 on the B-Side was upside down! It was quickly caught and subsequent pressings were corrected. The 1st pressing with the upside down 209 is one of the rarest Elvis collectables! The 1st pressing has the original push marks, Delta pressing. As well as the 72 on the Matrix.
Sun pressings were known to have been pressed with a 78 RPM gauge needle. The record does have the infamous Sun hiss , which is a result of Sun cutting early records with a 78rpm needle.As compared to the thinner Microgroove needle that was introduced with the LP format. So when you play your Elvis 45s on modern equipment, the result again is whats known as the Sun hiss. Record Condition is VG+ With minor scratches and scuffs.
Very clean copy for it's age. Label Condition is VG++ Both labels are in excellent condition. The Audio plays all the way through with no skips. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions! Thank you very much for looking!The item "Elvis Presley Sun 45 Misprint 209 That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky" is in sale since Saturday, August 14, 2021. This item is in the category "Music\Vinyl Records". The seller is "amm4927" and is located in Henderson, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.