Led Zeppelin’s rarest vinyl record to be auctioned

There are only two copies in existence

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What is believed to be the rarest Led Zeppelin vinyl record is to be auctioned.

The item – Led Zeppelin Past, Present And Future – is an official promotional album that was never released by the band’s Swan Song Records.

There are only two test pressings in existence of the record.

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The album consists of an interview conducted at the August 11, 1979 Knebworth Festival concert with Robert Plant and John Paul Jones.

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According to the website zeppelincollectables, a cover was designed by Led Zeppelin’s record company and a catalogue number assigned (Swan Song PR-342) before production ceased. Other than a very few test pressings, records were never manufactured.

The starting bid for the album is $6,000.00 and the auction will run until Sunday April 26, 2015.

You can find more details about the auction by clicking here.

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