Three Signed Fleetwood Mac "Rumours" Autograph (3) PSA Original 1977 -1st Press For Sale

Three Signed Fleetwood Mac


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Three Signed Fleetwood Mac "Rumours" Autograph (3) PSA Original 1977 -1st Press:
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Fleetwood Mac "Rumours" vinyl record cover has been hand-signed in black felt tip pen by Mick Fleetwood, Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie 1977. The Vinyl Record is a vintage album 1st Press Original. 1977


The lot / autograph(s) includes an official PSA/DNA hologram and matching LOA forauthenticity purposes.
Condition is Excellent. Sent with International Express Tracking. Handled with care. In Great Condition. 1st Press - ORIGINAL VINYL ALBUM 1.

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Fleetwood Mac Rumours Vinyl LP Album Original First Press 1977

Tracklist

A1 Second Hand News 2:43

A2 Dreams 4:14

A3 Never Going Back Again 2:02

A4 Don't Stop 3:11

A5 Go Your Own Way 3:38

A6 Songbird 3:20

B1 The Chain 4:28

B2 You Make Loving Fun 3:31

B3 I Don't Want To Know 3:11

B4 Oh Daddy 3:54

B5 Gold Dust Woman 4:51

CONDITION

VINYL: EX

Vinyl is EX just a few very thin light hairlines only, superb gleaming high gloss surfaces, this is in really beautiful condition


SLEEVE:EX

Sleeve is EX a few light creases only, no ringwear & no rubbing wear so looks brilliant, in fantastic shape


LYRIC INSERT SHEET:EX+

The lyric insert sheet is a superb EX+



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