First off, while this may be my first post to this forum, I have come to find this forum as the "go to" source in my renewed obsession with vinyl that was awakened approximately a year ago. I have used this to search the best pressing for every album before buying, after I got burned on a bum bootleg copy of "Paul's Boutique." Anyways, after reading and researching about the rare hot pressings of albums (Rubber Soul-Hot Cut, etc.), I have a small list of albums I search for every time I enter a record buying environment. Well this weekend, while going through my local small record store, he had recently purchased a huge stockpile of sealed and unopened vinyl. I immediately went to the LZ section to see that he had a copy of LZ II with a "sealed" written on an outer sleeve. I have done quite a bit of research before finding this album on what to spot, but it's obviously even harder to spot when it is sealed. The known facts of this album are: -Catalog number SD 8236 -No RIAA sticker -No "Whole Lotta Love" hype sticker -Track Listing sticker on the shrink wrap -Sadly it does have a drill hole through the sleeve -The shrink wrap is still tightly sealed as if from the factory My brain is still kind of buzzing with all the possibilities. My first issue is, how on earth do I verify this is an RL pressing? Is that even possible? From what I've read, most if not all of the signs are there for it to be an RL copy. Also, opening this is not even in the realm of a possibility for me. So do I sell it? Trade it? Hold on to it for future sale? I'm not sure I could possibly sell this with any reassurances that it is indeed an RL copy without knowing, and I'd feel like a d*ck if it turned out not to be. Would love you guys thoughts.