Along with a number of the Barclay "Story" series and an example of the three different styles of label this set appeared with. The rear covers when all generic in lay out.
The French produced [for the UK market] six pack!
Crosstown Traffic front with promo label, Germany.
Various picture sleeves from around the globe. Two from Track Records, Track Records 1970 and 1971 EP 45.
Along with the front / rear cover of the 45 RPM that came with the Grundman mastered Classic Records Woodstock 3 LP box set. The cover remained the same for both of the mis-pressed white [shown] and correctly pressed black vinyl copies. See the Live sets and compilation section for other details.
Various single issues.
A standard Reprise Records issue.
A never issued Experience Hendrix re-press of the JHE's first US issued single. This was pressed solely for presentation propose as it was contained in the UMG Business Strategy plan, 2009.
The Sundazed 45's.
The Old Gold series of reissue Hendrix 45's. There are two distinct label styles and three cover designs. Here they all are.
A Polydor advertisement for The Wind Cries Mary from Popfoto, Netherlands August 1967. Clearly showing the Are You Experience album release too, which saw its release this month in the UK on Track Records and mainland Europe on Polydor.
A Gloversville Test pressing, two differing stamps found on the test pressings.