Nazareth

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

'Snaz
New - LP - SP 6703
Sealed 2LP 1981 Gatefold Original With Full Color Poster, Small Saw Cut, Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink. Recorded Live In Vancouver, A Production And Recording Highlight Of The Scottish Groups' Career. The Recklessness Of Their Of The Material Is Much More Palpable Than On Their Studio Recordings. Recommended. more
'Snaz
Used - LP - SP 6703
Beautiful 1981 2LP Second Issue In Single Pocket Jacket With Custom Hype Sticker On Front Jacket And Gold Promo Stamp On Back Jacket. Includes Poster. more
2XS
New - LP - SP 4901
Sealed 1982 Original. Custom Hype Sticker On Cover. more
2XS
Used - LP - SP 4901
1982 Original In Shrink. Saw Cut. more
Close Enough For Rock 'N' Roll
New - LP - SP 4562
1976 Original Gatefold With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
Close Enough For Rock 'N' Roll
New - LP - SP 4562
Sealed 1976 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole And Promo Sticker On The Jacket. Rare. more
Exercises
New - LP - BS 2639
Sealed 1972 White Label Promo With Promo Insert. more
Exercises
New - LP - BS 2639
Sealed 1972 White Label Promo With Promo Insert. more
Expect No Mercy
New - LP - SP-4666
Sealed 1977 original. Thin saw cut. "Expect No Mercy" is the ninth studio album released by Scottish hard rock band Nazareth in 1977. The album was produced by Manny Charlton and became one of the band's most successful albums, reaching number 15 on the UK album charts and number 28 on the US Billboard 200. One of the most interesting facts about the album is that it features a cover version of the Joni Mitchell song "This Flight Tonight," which became one of Nazareth's most popular songs. The band's version of the song features a heavy guitar riff and powerful vocals from lead singer Dan McCafferty, giving the song a much harder edge than Mitchell's original version. Another interesting fact about "Expect No Mercy" is that it features a number of songs that were co-written by Manny Charlton and Billy Rankin, who played guitar on the album. The album's title track, "Expect No Mercy," is one of these songs and features a catchy guitar riff and an anthemic chorus that became a fan favorite. In addition to its hard rock sound, "Expect No Mercy" also features some diverse musical influences, including country music on the track "Gone Dead Train" and reggae on the song "Loved and Lost." This eclectic mix of genres helped to set the album apart from other hard rock releases of the time and cemented Nazareth's reputation as a band with a unique sound. more
Expect No Mercy
Used - LP - SP 4666
1977 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Fantastic Cover Art By Frank Frazetta. Jacket Has Saw Cut & Corner Crease. Glossy Vinyl. "On This 1977 Album, Nazareth Makes A Full-Blooded Return To The Hard Rock Sound They Had Neglected Since Their Success With Hair Of The Dog. The Result Is A Potent, Driving Slab Of Hard Rock That Will Please Nazareth Fans And Devotees Of 1970s Hard Rock Alike. The Album Sets Its Frenzied Tone Right Off The Bat With Its Title Track, A Blistering Rocker That Features Dan McCafferty Spitting Out A Sharp-Edged Vocal About Life's Cruelty Over A Series Of Fast And Relentless Guitar Riffs. The Remainder Of The Album Prominently Features A Similarly Brutal String Of Rockers: Standouts Include "Revenge Is Sweet," A Paean To Getting Even That Combines Chugging Guitar Riffs With A Stomping Beat, And "Gimme What's Mine," A Fierce Declaration Of Dominance That Layers Southern Rock-Styled Riffs Over A Churning Bassline. Despite This Preponderance Of Hard Rocking Tunes, Expect No Mercy Isn't Just A Guitar-Fest. It Also Takes Time To Explore Country-Rock (There Is An Excellent, Rocked-Up Cover Of The Country Standard "Busted" As Well As A Honky Tonk-Style Original Called "Place In Your Heart") And Even A Little Bit Of Funk (A Hard-Grooving Slice Of Funk-Rock Fusion Called "New York Broken Toy"). The Album Never Takes The Daring Stylistic Chance Within The Hard Rock Formula That Distinguished Razamanaz Or Hair Of The Dog, But This Is Minor Quibble In Light Of The Album's High Levels Of Consistency And Quality. In Short, Expect No Mercy Is A Treat For Nazareth Fans And A Solid Listen For Any Hard Rock Fan Who Wants A Good Indication Of The Group's Style." AMG - Donald A. Guarisco. more
Expect No Mercy
New Import - RCV095LP
Sealed 2010 Limited Edition Colored 180gm Virgin Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. "On this 1977 album, Nazareth makes a full-blooded return to the hard rock sound they had neglected since their success with Hair of the Dog. The result is a potent, driving slab of hard rock that will please Nazareth fans and devotees of 1970s hard rock alike. The album sets its frenzied tone right off the bat with its title track, a blistering rocker that features Dan McCafferty spitting out a sharp-edged vocal about life's cruelty over a series of fast and relentless guitar riffs. The remainder of the album prominently features a similarly brutal string of rockers: standouts include "Revenge Is Sweet," a paean to getting even that combines chugging guitar riffs with a stomping beat, and "Gimme What's Mine," a fierce declaration of dominance that layers Southern rock-styled riffs over a churning bassline. Despite this preponderance of hard rocking tunes, Expect No Mercy isn't just a guitar-fest. It also takes time to explore country-rock (there is an excellent, rocked-up cover of the country standard "Busted" as well as a honky tonk-style original called "Place in Your Heart") and even a little bit of funk (a hard-grooving slice of funk-rock fusion called "New York Broken Toy"). The album never takes the daring stylistic chance within the hard rock formula that distinguished Razamanaz or Hair of the Dog, but this is minor quibble in light of the album's high levels of consistency and quality. In short, Expect No Mercy is a treat for Nazareth fans and a solid listen for any hard rock fan who wants a good indication of the group's style." AMG - Donald A. Guarisco. more
Expect No Mercy
Used - LP - SP 4666
1978 White Label Promo Housed In A Special Promo Only Cover That Is Completely Different To The Commercial Release. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Expect No Mercy
Used - LP - SP 4666
1976 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve. Clean Cut Out Hole. Fantastic Cover Art By Frank Frazetta. more
Fool Circle
New - LP - SP 4844
Sealed 1980 Original. more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - SP 9020
Hard To Find 1975 Original With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Greatest Hits
Audiophile - LP - SPJ 9020
1975 Half-Speed Master Pressed In Japan. Without Doubt One Of The Very Rarest Half-Speeds. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - RCV113LP
Sealed, Out Of Print, 2010 Limited Edition 2LP Gatefold Pressed On Colored Vinyl. more
Hair Of The Dog
Used - LP - SP 4511
1975 White Label Promo, Clean Cut Out Hole. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “After Slowly But Surely Building A Fan Base Around The World With Albums Like Razamanaz And Loud 'N' Proud, Nazareth Finally Hit The Big Time In 1975 With Hair Of The Dog. The Title Track Sets The Mood For This Stark Album Of Hard Rock With Its Combination Of Relentless Guitar Riffs, A Throbbing, Cowbell-Driven Beat, And An Angry Vocal From Dan McCafferty That Denounces A "Heart-Breaker, Soul-Shaker." The End Result Is A Memorably Ferocious Rocker That Has Become A Staple Of Hard Rock Radio Stations. The Remainder Of The Album Divides Its Time Between Similarly Pulverizing Hard Rock Fare And Some Intriguing Experiments With The Group's Sound. In The Rocker Category, Notable Tracks Include "Miss Misery," A Bad Romance Lament Driven By A Doomy Riff Worthy Of Black Sabbath, And "Changin' Times," A Throbbing Hard Rock Tune Driven By A Hypnotic, Circular-Sounding Guitar Riff. In The Experimental Category, The Big Highlight Is "Please Don't Judas Me," An Epic Tune About Paranoia That Trades Heavy Metal Riffs For A Spooky, Synthesizer-Dominated Atmosphere That Is Further Enhanced By Some Light, Pink Floyd-Styled Slide Guitar Work. The American Edition Of This Album Also Included A Surprise Hit For The Group With Their Power Ballad Reinterpretation Of The Everly Brothers Classic "Love Hurts." However, The Album's Surprise Highlight Is A Song That Bridges The Gap Between The Straight Hard Rock And Experimental Songs, "Beggars Day/Rose In Heather"; It Starts Out As A Stomping Rocker But Smoothly Transforms Itself Midway Through Into A Gentle And Spacey Instrumental Where Soaring Synthesizer Lines Support Some Moody Guitar Work. All In All, Hair Of The Dog Is The Finest Album In The Nazareth Catalog. It Is A Necessity For Both The Group's Fans And Anyone Who Loves 1970s Hard Rock.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG. more
Hair Of The Dog
Used - LP - SP 4511
1975 Original With The Original Illustrated A&M Inner Sleeve. “After Slowly But Surely Building A Fan Base Around The World With Albums Like Razamanaz And Loud 'N' Proud, Nazareth Finally Hit The Big Time In 1975 With Hair Of The Dog. The Title Track Sets The Mood For This Stark Album Of Hard Rock With Its Combination Of Relentless Guitar Riffs, A Throbbing, Cowbell-Driven Beat, And An Angry Vocal From Dan McCafferty That Denounces A "Heart-Breaker, Soul-Shaker." The End Result Is A Memorably Ferocious Rocker That Has Become A Staple Of Hard Rock Radio Stations. The Remainder Of The Album Divides Its Time Between Similarly Pulverizing Hard Rock Fare And Some Intriguing Experiments With The Group's Sound. In The Rocker Category, Notable Tracks Include "Miss Misery," A Bad Romance Lament Driven By A Doomy Riff Worthy Of Black Sabbath, And "Changin' Times," A Throbbing Hard Rock Tune Driven By A Hypnotic, Circular-Sounding Guitar Riff. In The Experimental Category, The Big Highlight Is "Please Don't Judas Me," An Epic Tune About Paranoia That Trades Heavy Metal Riffs For A Spooky, Synthesizer-Dominated Atmosphere That Is Further Enhanced By Some Light, Pink Floyd-Styled Slide Guitar Work. The American Edition Of This Album Also Included A Surprise Hit For The Group With Their Power Ballad Reinterpretation Of The Everly Brothers Classic "Love Hurts." However, The Album's Surprise Highlight Is A Song That Bridges The Gap Between The Straight Hard Rock And Experimental Songs, "Beggars Day/Rose In Heather"; It Starts Out As A Stomping Rocker But Smoothly Transforms Itself Midway Through Into A Gentle And Spacey Instrumental Where Soaring Synthesizer Lines Support Some Moody Guitar Work. All In All, Hair Of The Dog Is The Finest Album In The Nazareth Catalog. It Is A Necessity For Both The Group's Fans And Anyone Who Loves 1970s Hard Rock.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG. more
Hair Of The Dog
Used - LP - 6370 405
German Spaceship Label 2nd Issue In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “After Slowly But Surely Building A Fan Base Around The World With Albums Like Razamanaz And Loud 'N' Proud, Nazareth Finally Hit The Big Time In 1975 With Hair Of The Dog. The Title Track Sets The Mood For This Stark Album Of Hard Rock With Its Combination Of Relentless Guitar Riffs, A Throbbing, Cowbell-Driven Beat, And An Angry Vocal From Dan McCafferty That Denounces A "Heart-Breaker, Soul-Shaker." The End Result Is A Memorably Ferocious Rocker That Has Become A Staple Of Hard Rock Radio Stations. The Remainder Of The Album Divides Its Time Between Similarly Pulverizing Hard Rock Fare And Some Intriguing Experiments With The Group's Sound. In The Rocker Category, Notable Tracks Include "Miss Misery," A Bad Romance Lament Driven By A Doomy Riff Worthy Of Black Sabbath, And "Changin' Times," A Throbbing Hard Rock Tune Driven By A Hypnotic, Circular-Sounding Guitar Riff. In The Experimental Category, The Big Highlight Is "Please Don't Judas Me," An Epic Tune About Paranoia That Trades Heavy Metal Riffs For A Spooky, Synthesizer-Dominated Atmosphere That Is Further Enhanced By Some Light, Pink Floyd-Styled Slide Guitar Work. The American Edition Of This Album Also Included A Surprise Hit For The Group With Their Power Ballad Reinterpretation Of The Everly Brothers Classic "Love Hurts." However, The Album's Surprise Highlight Is A Song That Bridges The Gap Between The Straight Hard Rock And Experimental Songs, "Beggars Day/Rose In Heather"; It Starts Out As A Stomping Rocker But Smoothly Transforms Itself Midway Through Into A Gentle And Spacey Instrumental Where Soaring Synthesizer Lines Support Some Moody Guitar Work. All In All, Hair Of The Dog Is The Finest Album In The Nazareth Catalog. It Is A Necessity For Both The Group's Fans And Anyone Who Loves 1970s Hard Rock.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG. more
Hair Of The Dog
Colored Vinyl - RCV096LP
Sealed Limited Edition 180gm 2LP Vinyl In Gatefold Cover. “After Slowly But Surely Building A Fan Base Around The World With Albums Like Razamanaz And Loud 'N' Proud, Nazareth Finally Hit The Big Time In 1975 With Hair Of The Dog. The Title Track Sets The Mood For This Stark Album Of Hard Rock With Its Combination Of Relentless Guitar Riffs, A Throbbing, Cowbell-Driven Beat, And An Angry Vocal From Dan McCafferty That Denounces A "Heart-Breaker, Soul-Shaker." The End Result Is A Memorably Ferocious Rocker That Has Become A Staple Of Hard Rock Radio Stations. The Remainder Of The Album Divides Its Time Between Similarly Pulverizing Hard Rock Fare And Some Intriguing Experiments With The Group's Sound. In The Rocker Category, Notable Tracks Include "Miss Misery," A Bad Romance Lament Driven By A Doomy Riff Worthy Of Black Sabbath, And "Changin' Times," A Throbbing Hard Rock Tune Driven By A Hypnotic, Circular-Sounding Guitar Riff. In The Experimental Category, The Big Highlight Is "Please Don't Judas Me," An Epic Tune About Paranoia That Trades Heavy Metal Riffs For A Spooky, Synthesizer-Dominated Atmosphere That Is Further Enhanced By Some Light, Pink Floyd-Styled Slide Guitar Work. The American Edition Of This Album Also Included A Surprise Hit For The Group With Their Power Ballad Reinterpretation Of The Everly Brothers Classic "Love Hurts." However, The Album's Surprise Highlight Is A Song That Bridges The Gap Between The Straight Hard Rock And Experimental Songs, "Beggars Day/Rose In Heather"; It Starts Out As A Stomping Rocker But Smoothly Transforms Itself Midway Through Into A Gentle And Spacey Instrumental Where Soaring Synthesizer Lines Support Some Moody Guitar Work. All In All, Hair Of The Dog Is The Finest Album In The Nazareth Catalog. It Is A Necessity For Both The Group's Fans And Anyone Who Loves 1970s Hard Rock.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG. more
Hair Of The Dog
New - LP - SP 4511
Sealed 1975 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. “After Slowly But Surely Building A Fan Base Around The World With Albums Like Razamanaz And Loud 'N' Proud, Nazareth Finally Hit The Big Time In 1975 With Hair Of The Dog. The Title Track Sets The Mood For This Stark Album Of Hard Rock With Its Combination Of Relentless Guitar Riffs, A Throbbing, Cowbell-Driven Beat, And An Angry Vocal From Dan McCafferty That Denounces A "Heart-Breaker, Soul-Shaker." The End Result Is A Memorably Ferocious Rocker That Has Become A Staple Of Hard Rock Radio Stations. The Remainder Of The Album Divides Its Time Between Similarly Pulverizing Hard Rock Fare And Some Intriguing Experiments With The Group's Sound. In The Rocker Category, Notable Tracks Include "Miss Misery," A Bad Romance Lament Driven By A Doomy Riff Worthy Of Black Sabbath, And "Changin' Times," A Throbbing Hard Rock Tune Driven By A Hypnotic, Circular-Sounding Guitar Riff. In The Experimental Category, The Big Highlight Is "Please Don't Judas Me," An Epic Tune About Paranoia That Trades Heavy Metal Riffs For A Spooky, Synthesizer-Dominated Atmosphere That Is Further Enhanced By Some Light, Pink Floyd-Styled Slide Guitar Work. The American Edition Of This Album Also Included A Surprise Hit For The Group With Their Power Ballad Reinterpretation Of The Everly Brothers Classic "Love Hurts." However, The Album's Surprise Highlight Is A Song That Bridges The Gap Between The Straight Hard Rock And Experimental Songs, "Beggars Day/Rose In Heather"; It Starts Out As A Stomping Rocker But Smoothly Transforms Itself Midway Through Into A Gentle And Spacey Instrumental Where Soaring Synthesizer Lines Support Some Moody Guitar Work. All In All, Hair Of The Dog Is The Finest Album In The Nazareth Catalog. It Is A Necessity For Both The Group's Fans And Anyone Who Loves 1970s Hard Rock.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG. more
Hair Of The Dog Live
New - LP - GCR 20030-1
Sealed 2008 German Original. more
Hot Tracks
New - LP - SP 4643
Sealed 1977 First Pressing Of This Compilation. The Scottish Hard-Rock Demolition Team Blasts Through Songs Of Joni Mitchell, The Everly Brothers, Joe Tex And Others. more
Hot Tracks
Used - LP - SP 4643
1977 Compilation Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Hot Tracks
Used - LP - SP 4643
Rare 1977 White Label Promo With Custom Hype Sticker, Promo Sticker And Clean Cut Out Hole. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. The Scottish Hard-Rock Demolition Team Blasts Through Songs Of Joni Mitchell, The Everly Brothers, Joe Tex And Others. more
Loud 'N Proud
New - LP - SP 3609
Sealed 1973 RCA Record Club Issue. Tiny Saw-Cut. more
Malice In Wonderland
Used - LP - SP 4799
1980 Original IN Shrink With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
Nazareth
Used - LP - PEG 10
Rare Textured Jacket UK Original Label With 2U/2U Island Stampers. The Delicate Textured Jacket Is Just About Impossible To Find Without Ring Wear. This Copy Is Free Of Ring Wear But Has Some Slight Rubbing In The Centre Half Inch Of The Top Seam, But Is Not Split. The LP Appears To Be In Unplayed Condition more
Nazareth
Used - LP - 6369 008
Stunning Blue & Silver Label German Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. more
Nazareth
Used - LP - BS 2615
Beautiful 1972 White Label Promo With Promo Insert. more
Nazareth
Used - LP - BS 2615
1972 White Label Promo. Jacket Has Light Age Discoloration. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. more
No Mean City
New - LP - SP 4741
Sealed 1978 Original, Custom Sticker And Promo Sticker. more
No Mean City
Used - LP - SP 4741
1979 White Label Promo With Custom Hype Sticker And Promo Copy Sticker On Cover. Clean COH. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This 1978 Album Found Nazareth Continuing To Mine The Combination Of Stripped-Down Hard Rock And Roots Rock Sounds Explored On 1977's Expect No Mercy. No Mean City Is Also Notable Because The Veteran Scottish Rock Outfit Expanded Its Lineup For The First Time With Addition Of Guitarist Zal Cleminson, Formerly Of The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. He Helped The Band Create A Gutsy Twin-Guitar Attack That Stamps Its Authority All Over The Album: Prime Example Of The Group's New Firepower Include "Just To Get Into It," A Blinding Speed Rocker That Provides The Album With A Fitting Opener, And "Simple Solution," A Hard-Driving Slab Of Boogie Rock That Sets Cynical Lyrics Against The Backdrop Of A Gritty, Hypnotic Guitar Riff.” - Donald A. Guarisco, AMG more
No Mean City
Used - LP - SP 4741
1979 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Custom Inner Sleeve Has Clean Punch Hole. more
No Mean City
Used - LP - 6370 428
1979 German Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Play N The Game
Used - LP - SP 4610
1976 White Label Promo. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Play N The Game
Used - LP - SP 4610
1976 US Original; Monarch Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. Hint Of Ring Wear. "Play 'n' the Game" By Nazareth Is A Hard Rock Album That Showcases The Band's Musical Talents. Dan McCafferty's Powerful And Raspy Vocals Add Grit And Emotion To The Songs. Manny Charlton Delivers Impressive Guitar Work, With Catchy Riffs And Memorable Solos. Pete Agnew's Basslines Provide A Solid Foundation, While Darrell Sweet's Drumming Drives The Rhythm With Precision. Together, The Band Members Create A Cohesive And Dynamic Sound. The Album's Production Quality Enhances The Overall Listening Experience, Allowing Each Musician's Contributions To Shine. "Play 'n' The Game" Demonstrates The Musical Prowess Of Nazareth's Talented Lineup. more
Rampant
Used - LP - SP 3641
Beautiful 1974 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
Rampant
New - LP - SP 3641
Sealed 1974 Original. Clean COH. Promo Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
Rampant
New - LP - SP 3541
Sealed 1974 Original. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. more
Rampant
New - LP - CREST 15
Sealed 1974 UK Original Housed In An Embossed Cover. Almost Certainly Includes The Rare Insert. “Nazareth's Second Album Of 1974 Finds The Group Tempering The Four-On-The-Floor Hard Rock Attack They Developed On Loud And Proud By Working A Surprising And Effective Southern Rock Edge Into The Songs. The End Result Is An Album That Sounds Like A Crossbreeding Of Early AC/DC And Lynyrd Skynyrd At Their Hardest Rocking. Some Of The Country-Tinged Highlights Include "Glad When You're Gone," A Funny Kissoff To An Unwanted Lover That Pairs Hillbilly-Styled Singing With Wah-Wah-Drenched Guitar Riffs, And "Jet Lag," A Tongue-In-Cheek Look At Life As A Touring Rock & Roller That Is Driven By Some. However, The Finest Song In This Vein Is The Powerful Opener "Silver Dollar Forger"; This Hard Rocking Tale Of An Outlaw Racing Home With The Cops On His Tail Has A Suprisingly Elaborate Arrangement And Plenty Of Driving Guitar Riffs. It Feels Like The Theme Song To The Great 1970s Car Chase Movie That Never Was. Rampant Also Spawned A Hit Single And Radio Favorite With "Shanghai'd In Shanghai," A Pile-Driving Rocker That Works An Effective Stomping Beat Into Its Shout-Along Chorus. The Downside Of This Album Is That It Lacks The Experimental Edge Of Razamanaz; There Is Little Variation In The Style Or Musical Elements From Song To Song. That Said, Rampant Is A Consistently Energetic And Engaging Collection Of Southern-Tinged Hard Rock That Will Please Nazareth's Fanbase And May Even Win Over Fans Of Groups Like Lynyrd Skynyrd And Molly Hatchet With Its Effective Grasp Of Southern Boogie.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG. more
Razamanaz
Used - LP - SP 4396
1973 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Clean Cut Out Hole. Includes One Page Promo Insert. "Ross" Is Inscribed In The Dead Wax Both Sides. First Track On Side Two Has A Superficial Scuff That Is Completely Inaudible. more
Razamanaz
Used - LP - SP 4396
1973 Tan Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Includes One Page Promo Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. M2/M2 Stampers. "Ross" Is Inscribed In The Dead Wax Both Sides. more
Sound Elixir
New - LP - 812 396
Sealed 1983 UK Original. more
The Fool Circle
New - LP - SP-4844
Sealed 1980 US Original, Gold Promo Stamp On Rear Cover. The Shrink Has Torn Away To About A Quarter Of The Way Up The Opening Edge. Corner Rubs & Tiny Dings, Small Tear At Rear Top Left Corner. more

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