Front cover of the sixteen-page booklet
Page 14 states "Printed in U.S.A."
Rear tray insert "Printed in U.S.A." with barcode.
I have yet to find a back inlay that was printed in Japan, and there may not be one.
This same back inlay was used for all early pressings, including the West German target
and non-target, Japanese non-target, and US non-target pressings. It is impossible
to tell which disc you are getting without opening the jewel case. Of course, if you
spot one in an old smooth-edged jewel case, you will probably find a Japanese or
West German target pressing. Nothing is printed on the reverse.
Notes: This disc is one of the easier targets to obtain. Chances are it will be one
of the first targets in your collection.
Jewel case info: (S2E06) smooth clear, two long stopper bars, "2" is embossed on the back,
and on the front.
(T3E18) smooth frosted case with two long stopper bars and nothing embossed on the back.
"3" is embossed on one tab.