Originally Posted by RaceTripper
Just as a warning, if you see any ads for them, make sure the record label is shown. It should have a ring of tulips around the circumference. Some sellers call a normal DG record a tulips edition because the logo has tulips, but has the blue/white/blue rings around the label instead. As for a first edition, it should have the certificate, 1962 stamped in the dead wax, and "Deutsche Gramophon Gesselschaft" in raised embossing on the sleeves.
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