Commonly known as ''The White Album''.
Fourth pressing, October 1970 – spring 1971.
These pressings do NOT have the "Sold in the U.K." text on the labels
Sleeve was changed by this point:
-Full laminated white gatefold cover without flap-overs and has openings at the sides.
-Front of the cover has “The BEATLES” embossed in raised block letters.
-The printed number "N°" and 6 digits appear in gray on a slight downward angle towards the lower right corner. 6-digit number does not contain a “0” before the numbers. Such numbered sleeves used until 1973 and possibly later. Some copies of the covers without number on the front.
-Both mono and stereo cat #s are on the spine: "Stereo PCS 7067-8" and "Mono PMC 7067-8"
-The back is completely blank. No "Stereo" text
-Record 1 has a dark green labels with “An E.M.I. Recording” text on one line. Record 2 has a dark green labels with “An E.M.I. Recording” text on two lines in quotations and parentheses. (see photos)
-Publishing year printed with upper case P copyright symbol ℗. Without KT tax code.
-Matrix numbers typically: Side 1: YEX 709-1; Side 2: YEX 710-1; Side 3: YEX 711-1; Side 4: YEX 712-1. On any of the four sides can be met numbers 1 or 2. All possible combinations.
The discs were housed in white Apple "IMPORTANT NOTICE" company inner sleeves.
Came with the 4 glossy John Kelly photographs and double-sided, fold-out lyric/collage poster.