Nico Fidenco - Musica per Innamorati

I can't be sure of the original release date on this record, but this looks like a 1960's pressing, on RCA Italiana. The record looks pretty much unplayed, but does have some scuffing on one side. The sleeve is very clean, but does some minor wear in the bottom right-hand corner. 

The Del-Satins - The Best of the Del-Satins

Fairly hard to find compilation of the 1960's vocal group. This is a U.S. pressing, which I guess was issued in the late 1970's / early 1980's (no barcode) Record plays around Ex despiite a few paper scuffs. Sleeve has a couple of seam splits, but still looks clean. 

JR. Walker & The All Stars - Live

1967 US issue on Soul/Motown. Records has a few paper scuffs, but is still very clean. Sleeve has been clipped on import. 

Phil Spector - Christmas Album

1987 Chrysalis reissue of the classic Phil Spector Christmas LP. Both record and sleeve are in excellent condition.  Cover features The Crystals, The Ronettes and Bob B Soxx (not the santa clause sleeve).

Drifters - Golden Hits

Original 1960's edition of this LP. Not sure if this is a first pressing or not, but it looks like it. Red and Plum Atlantic label with 'Under licence' credit and front laminated sleeve. Very nice copy.

Brothers Four - Sing Of Our Times

Original 1964 CBS, textured label, stereo.  Record and sleeve both in Ex/Ex- condition.

Steve Benbow - Sings (1962 Original Stereo)

Rare early stereo, on green, maroon and gold HMV label with original inner bag. Record is a strong VG+. Sleeve is very clean but has a 5-6cm split in the bottom spine.

Marlene Dietrich - In London

1965 issue on Pye UK. Concert recording made in Nov/Dec 1964. Arranged by Burt Bacharach.

Steve Benbow - Sings

1960's release on Folklore Records. LP and flipback sleeve, both in excellent condition.  

Livingstones - I Presume

1969 issue on EMI Waverly. Record and sleeve in VG+/Ex- condition