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15 x 1960's Polish Postcard Discs incl. 3 x Beatles titles

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Description

Here is a fun and rare set of 15 x 1960's postcard discs from Poland by artists which include The Beatles.

This set was recently featured in our YouTube video about The Beatles on flexidisc, which you can see by clicking on the first image in this listing's gallery

Each card measuring 14 x 10cm approx (5.5" x 4") shows a different contemporary design one side with with a laminated grooved playing surface plays the song stamped on the reverse of the card.

The titles are as follows:

  1. The Beatles - Paperback Writer
  2. The Beatles - Yellow Submarine
  3. The Beatles - What Goes On
  4. Spencer Davis Group - This Hammer
  5. The Hollies - Look Through Any Window
  6. Din, Desi & Billy - I'm A Fool
  7. The Fortunes - This Golden Ring
  8. Sonny & Cher - The Beat Goes On
  9. Antoine - Titine Achte Mio Un  Camion
  10. Donovan - Mellow Yellow
  11. Salvatore Adamo - En Bandouliere
  12. The Seekers - We Shall Not Be Moved
  13. Tom Jones - Detroit City
  14. Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood - Jackson
  15. The Kinks - You're Looking Fine

The cards are housed in a special, purpose-made book/folder with 15 pockets inside. The folder has a design and 'Postcard Discs' in faded gold colour print (faded) on the front.

 

CONDITION

All discs play without fault and each card is clean with no creasing or de-lamination.

The book housing the cards has general storage/age wear only.

 

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