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USA issues have a different track-order than UK issues.
The USA cover image is the back-cover image in the UK.
UK vinyl covers have both pale blue & pale green cover text versions, as well as plain text & mono-asterisked text tracklist versions on back cover.
The first UK pressing from november 1966 has 'unboxed' green labels (stereo) and light blue labels (mono) with silver lettering.
The early UK pressing is identified by the tax code "KT". It MUST be present on labels and on matrix/runout, otherwise it is a later pressing, as explained here below:
Most of the Decca records has also a tax code around 12 a clock on the vinyl. This tax code is not any specific Decca code but the official code used in UK before 1973 to determinate the sales tax %.
- MT code was the official tax code in UK from January 1st to June 30th 1963.
- KT code was used in between July 1st 1963 and November 22nd 1968.
- JT code was used from November 23rd 1968 and up to April 1st 1973 when UK government took the VAT tax system into use.
If the tax code is missing, then the LP is pressed after April 1st 1973.
The dates mentioned are the official dates when the codes changed. There may be a slight overlap as it is not known how fast Decca did change the stampers to have the correct tax code. Some LP’s do have a double coding, both JT and KT on the same vinyl. These LP’s may have been pressed just about the time when the code change took place, November 1968.