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Sealed Parliament Album - How much is it worth?

AshG

Member
This isn't an attempt to sell this record; I honestly have no idea how much this is worth, but I would think much more than what i paid.
I just bought it today and realized when i got home that its still sealed.
Its the "Chocolate City" album.
Anyone?
 

AshG

Member
Originally posted by SlipperyPete
My friend AJ who collects that kind of stuff will prolly know -- i'll send her an email and see what she says :)
thanks!

and may god bless choclate city and all its vanilla suburbs.
 

alexd

Administrator
Staff member
if its a canadian pressing, not much.

if its US pressing more

if its UK or german pressing, even more.
 
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AshG

Member
without opening it, its rather difficult to tell where it was pressed.
there's no indication of this on the outside jacket, but there is a big "Washington DC" logo on the front left corner.
But the logo looks like exactly that - a logo. It has stars and stuff all around it, so it doesn't appear to be an indication of where it was pressed. I think its meant to mock the Ab Lincoln pic that also happens to appear on the front sleeve.

Anyway, all I can tell from the outside is that its on Casablanca records.
 

Plato

TRIBE Member
the fine print on the sleeve should say where it was printed or marketed or distributed or what not.

shouldnt it!? :confused:

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AshG

Member
Checked ebay already thanks, but there's nothing there that matches this (no listing for this album, and no prices for any sealed pfunk albums whatsoever).

But... there's fine print on the side of the sleeve saying that it was 'printed' in the USA. Now this could mean just the sleeve artwork itself(hence the print part), and i hesitate to think that it would describe an actual record pressing as a 'print'.

thanks for the advice so far tho...
 

Plato

TRIBE Member
usually if the cover says "printed in u.s.a." then the record itself was also printed in the u.s.a.

its very rare that a sleeve is imported but not the record itself.

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