Sgt. Pepper's / PCSO 7027 / stereo label 5 / orange 1-Box / style A / top STEREO
'Side' numbers situated either side of album title (both labels)
Italicised speed (both labels)
Non-italicised tracklist (both labels)
Sgt. Pepper's / PCSO 7027 / stereo label 5 / orange 1-Box / style B / side STEREO
Sgt. Pepper's / PCSO 7027 / stereo label 5 / orange 1-Box / style C / no STEREO
Shorter distance between Side 1 'side' numbers
Non-italicised tracklist (side 2)
'Side 2' album title spread wider
Reduced space between '331/3' and 'R.P.M.' (side 2)
Third font & style for tracklist
Song title & details of tks 1.1, 1.2, 1.7 and 2.1 now occupy two lines each.
Non-italicised tracklist, 331/3 & YEX codes (both labels)
Altered 'side number' spacing (both labels)
Tighter spacing of 'Side 2' title
New font and style for 'Side 1' tracklist
Unique 'side number' spacing (both labels)
Increased vertical space between cat# line, and album title (S2)
Different font (side 1)
Various horizontal and vertical spacing difference between numerous label elements
Variation in 'Side' number-placement on S2 label
'Side 1' label may be unique. This is one of those 'slide-rule' things where there's only a poofteenth of a difference between labels.
Regardless of one's opinion of the validity of the S1 label, the S2 label is enough to warrant this pair's inclusion.
Mostly-subtle variances between label 'h' and 'g'; best illustrated by the 'mouseover' image, above.
'Side' numbers situated above album title (both labels)
Italicised tracklist (both labels)