Beatles Butcher Cover Pasteover. SECOND STATE BUTCHER COVERS are the copies that have been pasted over with the revised cover showing a very large steamer trunk with some very bored looking Beatles. Peeled State third state stereo 6.
It became an art itself to remove the steamer cover without damaging the butcher cover. It is a 1966 Capitol Mono T 2553 which has the 3 RIAA on the back cover See photo 10. Most copies sold around the time of the albums release date actually had two covers with a cover showing the band standing around a steamer trunk pasted over the original Butcher cover photo.
First state Butcher Covers were never pasted over while second state albums have the replacement trunk cover pasted over the offending butcher slick with the V from Ringos butcher smock slightly visible to the right of the top of the.
Pasteover Butcher Cover - Unpeeled. Rock and Roll album cover of all time. Peeled State third state mono Before any attempt is made to peel a butcher cover one must first determine the exact condition of the cover to be peeled. It is a 1966 Capitol Mono T 2553 which has the 3 RIAA on the back cover See photo 10.