——— Gatefold rotating-wheel sleeve, green/orange center labels. Early 1980s reissue. Secondary catalog# printed in parentheses on back cover and on spine.Released on the Atlantic "red/maroon" label, in a fully laminated gatefold sleeve with working wheel. "Made in Germany" indicated on the back of the cover.Packaging: gatefold sleeve with rotating wheel
Label variant with the Label Code right next to the Atlantic logo. Matrixcode on label (ATL SD 7201 A) directly under the Category ATL 50 002"Asfona/Es chilena!"-logo on the front cover. A blue Atlantic stamp "STEREO/SD7201" on the fron cover. The back cover has no tracklisting or other text.
Red label, ℗ 1975. Immigrant Song mistyped as "Inmigrant Song".
"Una producción Jimmy Page" printed on the label.Maybe 1973 year.
"1841 BROADWAY"-on coverThis is The 1st UK release with Red/Maroon label design. Matrix numbers A5/B5 in The 1st issue fully-laminated gatefold sleeve with working wheel, printed and made in England by E. J. Day. Run of wax has “Do what thou wilt” & “So mote it be”, also hand etched on Side One and Two respectively. Later pressings followed with different Red/Maroon label composition where Peter Grant credit was removed. The Cat. Number towards the right of the label says 2401002, later labels say 2401-002. The Credit at the bottom of the label states -"Warner Bros Music Ltd" later labels say "Warner Bros Music".
Matrix / Runout (run out, hand-written): 11 12 Do what thou wilt 2401002 A-5