I have abolished long sleeves from my clothing. I was not even built to wear sleeves. There was a time when comfortable did not matter, you followed the fashion. Long sleeved pillovers or a blouse in winter and in Summer was sleeveless or short sleeves.
When you are the tallest in the class at school (3rd tallest actually) you discover that clothing shops do not make exceptions for various arm lengths and so no matter what you buy, the edges of the sleeves do not even cover your wrist. As the years went past, I discovered that thanks to modern heating methods in the home, who needs long sleeves. Even in the stores long sleeves were not necessary and you generally had a jacket on when out.
I am now happy with my dress system and there are even long sleeves, as in the photo, where it does not matter when they are too short. They have a tag to hold them in place in a shorter version.
As far as record sleeves are concerned, take a look at this one.
It is the original edition and I bought it in 1963 when it was released. There have been many copies made afterwards, but this has the text on the back written by Tony Barrow.
As you can see it suffered a little at the hands of my eldest son who is still a faithful Beatles fan despite his 48 years. I believe this record, in perfect condition with the cover, would be quite a rare one today and many Beatles followers would be pleased to have one, but this is not for sale. The actual record can still be played although my son tells me it has some background noise here and there. I just had a look at the surface, and it looks good. It is one of my memories of a youth spent in swinging London with all the trimmings. Reading the text it tells of George Martin, the Beatles producer. All the songs on the record were hits in their own right and as an exception non-Beatles written music was also included.