QUOTE (hounddogman @ Mar 19 2007, 10:26 PM)
Sheila, as far as I know all "Perfect For Parties" with white labels are bootlegs. There are two black label variations of the original record. One that has "Not for sale" on one line and one that has those words on two lines. The bootlegs have thick US EP/LP like covers, while the cardboard is much thinner on the originals - almost like a single sleeve.
"Presleyana IV" values the record and cover at $120-150 in mint condition. However, I've seen near mint copies go for $40-50 on eBay. Like so many of those records that were considered very rare and hard to obtain it is now much easier to find than it was 5-10 years ago and that's reflected in the price. Although the white label 70's bootlegs shouldn't be as interesting to collectors, they were pressed in smaler numbers. Since they are now probably harder to find than the real thing they could well end up being more expensive.
Thank you... This helps. (IMG:http://elvis-tkc.com/forum2/style_emoticons/default/thumbup.gif