Led Zeppelin's iconic album cover art

By Saga correspondent , Monday 19 November 2012

If you enjoyed poring over each new album sleeve from your favourite band, then join us on a visual wander down memory lane as we celebrate the album covers of Led Zeppelin.

From their first album cover in 1969, each new Led Zeppelin album cover was cherished by fans. But if you ditched your vinyl in favour of CDs long ago, you can still enjoy the sleeve art with fine art prints of classic album sleeves, as numbered, limited editions, many signed by the artists and musicians themselves from online gallery, Hypergallery.

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