The outer cardboard slipcase is still contained within the original cellophane with just a small tear where a sticker has been added across the barcode. Further to this, each individual album is sealed inside the original cellophane.Impression is visible in the outer slipcase. I only have two copies of this. GRADINGS - How I Grade. I would say my grading is on the conservative side however, it is also realistic.
Realistic in the sense that sometimes even brand new records are not immaculate. Some items are play-graded and where this is the case it will be noted in the Item Description. If used to describe the condition of a record the item will be sealed. Mint will rarely be used to describe the condition of a sleeve however, it will mean the item is sealed and no storage damage is evident. When used to describe a record it will mean that it is hard to discern that the disc has been played.
When viewed under an intense light there might be the. Hairline mark however, you would really have to look hard for it. Ultimately, the vinyl will look like it has just been made.
When used to describe a sleeve it will mean that the sleeve has no shelf-wear or storage damage. The sleeve will look like new. There will be an indication that the record has seen some play but not heavy play.When viewed under an intense light only the tiniest, wispiest hairline markings will be present and not excessively so. The vinyl will retain a great sheen. A sleeve described as EX+ will display minimal shelf or storage wear including an. Crease or the stubbing of corners, slight fraying to the opening edge. Ultimately, the sleeve will still be a superior example. Superficial surfaces scuffs may be present but no marks of real substance i. Under an intense light it is likely that a relative volume of hairline marks are present. A sleeve described as EX will display shelf or storage wear including creasing, loss of print (due to rubbing), possible stubbing of corners etc. The sleeve will not display any. Ultimately, it will be a solid copy. I will rarely list vinyl for sale described as VG+. Any vinyl listed as VG+ will have a detailed condition description included in the listing.
The description VG+ is more often used to describe sleeves. Often VG+ describes the condition of a sleeve which was of very cheap manufacture (think 1970s EMI sleeves or Polydor late 60s/early 70s) and therefore more prone to display the vagaries of time. A sleeve described as VG+ will not be a basket case. It will likely display a reasonable volume of creasing, a reasonable amount of rubbing/stubbing and possible the odd substantial flaw.
This means items with a start price. Items which have a start price. This item is in the category "Music\CDs". The seller is "jesusspokesmoke" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.