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 Dear fans of Vinyl!I have been selling vinyls professionally for over 10 years.Vinyls are my passion. I have sold thousands of them and my customers are always satisfied with both the quality of the product and the offers available.I approach sales seriously and expect the same from my clients.

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PRECISE GRADING

 

Record

SS/MINT -Perfect! This record looks like it has just left the manufacturer. It looks as though it had never been handled. We also do not listen vinyls in MINT condition

NM-A nearly perfect record. It should play without any noise over the flaw. The flaw is very hard to see.

EX-The record shows some signs of having been played, but there is very little lessening in sound quality.

VG-The record has obviously been played many times. Despite noticeable surface marks and the occasional scratches displays no major deterioration in sound quality.

G-The record has been played so much that the sound quality has noticeably deteriorated. Can be displays considerable surface noise. However a Good record still play.

F-We do not sell vinyl in that conditions. Vinyl is not suitable for listening.

 

Cover

SS/MINT-Cover new in foil.

NM-Very minor signs of wear. Cover is as close to perfection as possible.

EX-Minor vinyl impression or slight corner creases. General minor wear.

VG-Cover shows slight defects like wrinkles, small seamsplits or writings. Signs of use at corners and edges. But still looks good.

G-Can be considerable damage. Cover might be torn, painted, or otherweise damaged, but can still be used.

 

THE PROS AND CONS OF GRADATION AND DETAILED EVALUATIONS

The symbols (+) or (-) are used to indicate precise condition somewhere inbetween the above categories. 

If the vinyl has 2 evaluations (for example  ex and vg) means that the condition of the entire vinyl varies between these evaluations.

 

CONDITION MINT/NEAR MINT

Vinyl in condition MINT/NEAR MINT can be played. NEAR MINT condition is given conservatively.

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