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Parlophone inner sleeves.

Published July 15th, 2011

The inner sleeves housing EMI albums were printed by Harrison and Sons Ltd. The first design used with Beatles albums had a center die-cut and a clear inner lining.

1. Polythene-lined “Use Emitex” die-cut inner sleeve. Used 1963.

2. Tracing-rice-paper-lined “Use Emitex” die-cut inner sleeve. Used between 1964-1965.

3. Plain white paper “patent…” inner sleeve with “PATENTS APPLIED FOR” on the bottom left side. Used between 1966-1968. Including first pressing “Revolver” and “A Collection Of Beatles Oldies”.

4. Black & white “LP advertising” inner sleeves. Used between 1966-1967. Including first pressing “Revolver” and “A Collection Of Beatles Oldies”.

5. Psychedelic red & white inner sleeve for first pressing “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” only, 1967.

6. Sepia color EMI “LP advertising” inner sleeve. Used between 1968-1969.

7. Sepia color EMI “LP advertising” inner sleeve 1970-1971.

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