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I have a copy of led zepplin live on blueberry hill but it is plain covered white with printed only the title  no titles on the ops but numbered 1 2 3 4 only one lp is blue the other red with no labelling whatsoever any info would be appriciated and value if known cheers steve

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Hi Steve

Several versions of the Blueberry Hill boot used colored vinyl, but only a couple specifically pressed them with that color combination - Mushroom Records & TMOQ (Trademark Of Quality).  From the information provided, it's hard to tell which one it is, but I believe it's a second or third pressing of the TMOQ one.  Some copies from the subsequent pressings still used red/blue vinyl, but lacked the artwork from the first run, and had a very simplistic cover.  Though the later pressings aren't as valuable as the first one, it's still likely to be worth $100-$120 (assuming the discs/cover are in very good condition).  In this case, the best contributor to its value is the use of colored vinyl.

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Mike

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Mike Caldwell

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I have been a lifetime Led Zeppelin researcher (not just fan). Have gained a strong reputation as an appraiser of their rare records and memorabilia. For various reasons, I cannot respond to emails sent to my personal account, but I will always respond to questions posted here!

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Countless hours of biographical research and personal interaction with relevant individuals. Avid contributor to Led Zeppelin newsgroups since 1997 (check Google groups!)

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Bullseye News Magazine. The Vapid Voice.

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Masters Degree, Computer Science. Bachelor's Degree, Psychology.

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Several literary awards.

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