Rare test pressing white marker vinyl from The Cure, New Order, Pulp and further to be auctioned

Rare and collectible test pressings of over 160 artists are over for heists at this time’s White Marker Transaction.

The ‘ white marker ’ test pressings will be available at the transaction, which takes place online via Omega Deals and on- point in Newton- Le- Willows, Greater Manchester on Tuesday June 6 at 10 am.

Among the white markers and test pressings up for heists are compendiums by Thin Lizzy, The Cure, Pulp, Led Zeppelin, New Order, Nova Twins, Robbie Williams, Sam Ryder, Steve Winwood, The 1975 and others.

The transaction will raise plutocrat for The BRIT Trust, the charity that promotes education and good through music and the creative trades by supporting causes that include the BRIT School and Nordoff and Robbins. The White Marker Transaction was first offered in October 2019, with last time’s event raising a aggregate of£ 44,000.

Highlights include The Cure’s ‘ Decomposition ’, ‘ Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me ’, ‘ aural successes ’, ‘ Greatest Hits ’, ‘ Wish ’, ‘ Three Imaginary Boys ’, ‘ Seventeen Seconds ’, ‘ Faith ’, ‘ Pornography ’, ‘ The Top ’ and ‘ The Head on The Door ’ all inked by Robert Smith, along with a veritably rare test pressing of Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s ‘ Welcome To The Pleasuredome ’ inked by all five members.

Omega Deals director Dan Hampson participated in a press release “ We’re agitated to be part of the White Marker Transaction formerly more in what’s always a highlight of our time. ”

He continued “ Demand for music cairn remains buoyant despite the recent squeeze on disposable income as collectors catch a strong investment occasion, and with the lots coming directly from markers, combined with their oddity, we anticipate the usual keen interest and for last time’s total hammer price to be transcended. ”