TOP-LOADER 33 1/3 COVERS Are excluded, on Back-Order. PHIL SPECTOR 1963 MOST FAMOUS FEMALE GROUPS. 1963 LETTER PROMOTING ALBUM from PHIL SPECTOR. LAST 1 in 1963 ORIGINAL 1st U.MINOR SHELF WEAR HARDBOARD COVER. Few Scuff Marks NO skipping!! LP INCLUDES A HEAVY GAUGE THICK CLEAR.
COVER IS FOR PROTECTION AND TO PRESERVE YOUR LP.. Photo Image possibly may be one copy of the multi items in stock. Small variances such as stickers, cut-outs, punched holes may be in.
A different spot, or not present at all on the copy you receive. When you consider that, damage, loss, and normal use or wear has reduced the market to the point that few of these wonderful treasures are even available today. M (mint) Record is new, shiny, never played; cover is new, sometimes record is still sealed. NM (near mint) Record is like new, probably played a few times, but it doesn't effects on the quality of a sound; cover has none lack. EX (excellent) Record in great shape, may have light marks, played more than a few times but low in surface noise or no surface noise; cover may be little bend on corners and edges and have a little fade in colours.VG+ (very good plus) Record has been played more times, it has more marks and surface noise, it doesn't skip; cover has a little fade in colour, and has more damage on the corners or edges. VG (very good) Record has been played many times, may be more surface noise, but it shouldn't skip while playing; cover has more cuts on corners and edges and more fading in colours. Is SEALED, or in MINT condition. There will always be some type of surface sounds. Or background noise, known as pops and crackling. If the LP has been played a couple of times, it can never be perfect!!! This is especially noticeable in classical records, which have quiet passages. What you can expect based on my grading system. Mint - NO scratches, still shiny, same as new. NM - no scratches, maybe the slightest of scuffs, clean and overall near perfect. Ex+ - More or less a record in great condition. Minor scuffs that don't cause any issues. EX - Nice record, clean, with very few scuffs and maybe small scratches. VG+ - minor scratches and some wear.... Still shouldn't skip or cause any problems. An occasional pop and minor hiss. But overall a super record worthy of any collection. VG - A fine record with some wear and scuffs. Shouldn't cause any problems, but it's not perfect and may skip on some players. Overall it's an acceptable record worthy of any fine collection.