I will post anywhere in the world and charge according to UK Postal services, I will not charge more than the actual Post office charges:
All my items will be sent Recorded/International signed for to avoid loss of records, this service costs extra £4.50 on top of the postage.
1x 45 single to Europe is around £8.99 add £3.00 for each 45 added
1x 33rpm LP to Europe is £12.00 add extra £4.00 for each LP added
Heres a brief explanation of my grading system, followed by an overview of abbreviations you will encounter...
- SS Still Sealed - in factory-fresh condition
- M Mint - I don't use this grade.
- M- Mint Minus - a near perfect record
- Excellent a great record, slightly below M- but above average (VG+).
- VG++ Very Good Plus close to like new with only superficial signs of use that dont affect play. Only well cared for records will grade out to VG+. Will satisfy all but the most demanding collector.
- VG Very Good - a used, reasonable copy. There will be obvious signs of wear and the possibility of light surface noise between tracks or during quiet passages, but still quite nice.
- VG- Very Good Minus - significant wear and marks and usually quite noticeable surface noise.
- G+ Good Plus. In the record world, 'Good' is not good! From here on down (Fair, Poor), we're talking about beat-up records.
Comments have no bearing on the disc itself, but only refer to the cover or label.
- co = drill hole in label or jacket (or saw mark/cut corner on cover)
- ew = edge wear on cover i.e. split corners & center splits
- rw = ring wear on cover
- dj = promotional issue 45
- djt = dj timing strip (12" x 4" white sticker on cover detailing titles and playing time)
- es = electronic stereo
- lbl = label
- ps = picture sleeve (for 45's)
- pc = picture cover (hard cover usually 45rpm Eps)
- lt cr = light crease
- cr = crease
- re = reissue
- tr = tear
- sl = slight
- sm= small
- tobc = tag on back cover
- tol = tag on label
- wlp = white label promo
- woc = writing on coverwoc = writing on cover
- wol = writing on label
- #ol = number on label
- oc = on cover
- obc = on back cover
- promo stamp = usually gold embossed notice on jacket indicating that item intended for promotional use
- split seams, 4" split, 8" taped seam, etc... = all refer to cover damage
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