Foreign pressings with UK label
Some non grooved Stones LP’s pressed in the end of the 60’s has been found with Matrix numbers that are totally different looking than standard numbers used by Decca in England. Part of the letters and the tape number are the same as used in UK, but with a different font. The Master Lacquer used for making the plates that these LP’s were pressed with has clearly not been made by Decca in London.
Some LP’s made in Belgium during the 60’s has the same font and pattern of the Matrix so we believe that these plates are originated form Decca in Belgium. The LP’s do have the standard UK made Decca labels. These records are pressed in Belgium with plates made in Belgium and with standard UK labels with “Made In England”.
Rolling Stones No2
This is a Rolling Stones No2 LK4661. The LP is in the “Dartford Collection” in Belgium.
Side one has XARL6-6619/1 and side two has XARL6-6620/3.
Out Of Our Heads LK4725
Here is another LP, Out Of Out Heads LK4725. This LP is in the “Emilio Collection” in Italy. You can find better pictures on his blog.
Side one has ARL-6791/1
Side two has ARL-6792/1
Aftermath has also been found with Made In England labels but with Belgian matrix numbers
Record is in Leo Wubbolts collection.
Side one has XARL-7209/1
Side two has XARL-7210/1