50th ANNIVERSARY FRAMED LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION OF
SUN 209 45 RPM 'THAT'S ALL RIGHT' FROM THE MASTER 'MOTHER STAMPER'
To mark 50 years of the birth of Rock n' Roll, a limited number of silver plated 45rpm vinyl for Elvis Presley's first ever record 'That's All Right' have been pressed.
This is strictly available to a limited number of 1,954 pressings worldwide.
These newly framed silver plated discs have been processed, directly from the original Sun 209 45rpm metal master 'Mother Stamper' that was used to press the first Elvis Presley record in 1954.
No other company in the world can offer you a genuine 'That's All Right' framed record edition that is genuine and that is pressed from the original master.
The presentation includes:
The vinyl positioned in a pre-cut black suede mount contained in a high quality Nielsen Frame. All plaques inside the frame are individually numbered from 1 to 1954 which will insure, that a high value is always maintained to all purchasers of the unique item. Each will come with an individual numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Elvis collectors who are fortunate to own the original highly valuable Sun 1954 pressing of 'That's All Right', will notice 3 push marks on the centre of their disc coming out through the original Sun label with the matrix number 'U-128-45 72' on the outer groove. It is those details that identify them as original pressings.
On this repress, (different to the pressing on the Memphis Recording Service Vol.1 package) you will notice that instead of the large centre hole like the original 1954 press, the small centre hole on this pressing has been preserved as on the actual master so you can clearly see for the first time ever, the manufacturers of the 'Mother Stamper' known as 'AUDIODISC'. Elvis collectors would be completely unaware of this on their 1954 pressing as it would have been cut out. On this pressing, you get everything and it has been designed so its as if you have the master yourself.