What a load of crap. If I press up one copy of something, does that make it rarer than Frank Wilson or the Mello Souls, and suddenly it's worth £10k?
This is what the listing says: "Not Sure About Anything About This Record Other Than It Plays Perfectly & Is In Very Good Condition.Came In A House Clearance Of Records Of Which Most Were Northern Soul & Motown.Have Been Approached To Sell This Privately But Have No Idea OfValue..So Please No Offers."
Then after being told it's a repro, he put:
"Had a lot of messages about this record & been advised by certain people that by there opinion this record is a Bootleg Or Re-Issue.As i dont know the history of this record i am not claiming it to be anything other than what i have listed it as.It plays perfectly & is in very good condition that is all."
He's knows it not an original issue, so he should state it's a repro from a recently released LP but he doesn't. He's happy to try and mislead buyers, and keep his options open, and I'm more than happy to warn people not to waste their money on this.