My copy came with a large poster featuring a painting by Charles Dadd upon which the lyrics for "The Fairy Feller's Masterstroke" were based. I've never seen another copy with this poster. Does anyone know anything about it? Was it widely available? The odd thing is it was printed by the E J Day Group who regularly produced album sleeves for EMI, but the sleeve for my copy of the LP was printed by Garrod and Lofthouse, EMI's OTHER main supplier of sleeves.
I couldn't find my version on the list: It seems to be a UK original EMI pressing. The A-side label reads "Side White" vertically along the edge of the big EMI logo, but on the B-side it reads "Side Black" horizontally above the track listings and not vertically next to the EMI logo. The album cover is also laminated (possibly by a previous owner).