FLEETWOOD MAC: Will The Real Fleetwood Mac Please Stand Up? 2xLP SODD 002 NM
  $   115

 


$   115 Sold For
Aug 26, 2013 Sold Date
Dec 31, 2012 Start Date
1 Number Of Bids
  USA Country Of Seller
eBay Sold at
 
save auction  

Description



Fleetwood Mac
Will the Real Fleetwood Mac Please Stand Up?


Label: SODD 002
Format: 33 RPM 12 inch Vinyl LP
Condition: M-/M- (Graded Cover/Record) See Definitions Below
Genre: Rock
Comments: 1970s 2xLP with insert, still in the shrink.
Price: $115


  

Seller Item Number: 183112-F
click to enlarge
Have a look at our eBay store for more great music! Save on shipping when you order multiple items.
Shipping and HandlingUSA / Domestic Shipping
All USA shipments have delivery confirmation included.

(USPS Priority/First Class)
LP's Only: $9 for the 1st LP + $2 for each additional LP.
45's Only: $5 for the 1st 45 + $0.25 for each additional 45.
Mixed LP's/45's: $9 for the 1st LP + $2 for each additional LP / $0.25 each 45.

(USPS Media Mail)
LP's Only: $4 for the 1st LP + $0.50 for each additional LP.
45's Only: $3.25 for the 1st 45 + $0.25 for each additional 45. Mixed LP's/45's: $4 for the 1st LP + $0.50 for each additional LP / $0.25 each 45.

International Shipping
(Air Mail)
LP's Only: $15.95 for the 1st LP + $5 for each additional LP.
45's Only: $7 for the 1st 45 + $1.00 for each additional 45.
Mixed LP's/45's: $15.95 for the 1st LP + $5 for each additional LP / $1.00 each 45.


Double LP's & box sets will carry the extra shipping costs accordingly as above.

You can modify your shipping total when completing your Paypal payment or wait for your combined invoice.

Condition / Grading DefinitionsFor over 20 years we have been buying and selling vintage records, always striving to be accurate in our grading assessments. We do so as if we would be purchasing the record ourselves. If you have any questions about the specific condition of a record you are welcome to contact us for more details. We want you to be happy with your purchase.

SS = Still factory sealed. A Record that has never been opened and is still sealed in the original factory shrink wrap.

M- = Near mint. Our highest grade for an opened record. The record may only have been played once or twice, or the previous owner was very meticulous in how they handled it. Vinyl is extra clean and shiny with virtually no signs of wear. Cover is also very clean appearing and well preserved.

EX = Only slight signs of wear; still very clean, with a few very light surface marks which won't distract from the sound. Cover also has only slight wear and will still be in strong collectible condition. This grade should still satisfy most demanding collectors.

VG+ = Shows some signs of being used, but has still been well cared for. It may have light surface wear and a little record noise at times such as during soft passages. Overall it should still play well. Cover may have some wear or light ring wear but does not have any serious damage or defects.

VG = A more used record with some overall wear and light marks in the vinyl. There should be no skips while playing the record. Cover will have some wear, seamwear, ring wear, or a price sticker.

VG- (VG Minus) = We normally don't offer this poor condition, but some titles are very difficult to find in any condition. It will have some scratches or overall wear, and might play with a lot of noise. The cover would have heavy wear, ring wear, perhaps some tearing or splitting as well.


GuaranteeAll records are guaranteed to be in the condition as stated or you may return it and receive a full refund, postage excluded. Still sealed records must be returned still sealed, or unopened.
Abbreviations autog=autographed(usu. on cover)
bklt=booklet insert
cc=cut corner of cover
co=cutout cover
coh=cutout hole in cover
con or sm=sawmark on cover
dh=drill hole in cover
djl=dj promo label
djts=dj timestrip on cover
djs=dj stamp on cover
gfld=gatefold cover
h2o=water damage on cover
lbl=label
lim ed=limited edition
nap=does not affect play
obc=on back cover
oc=on cover
ol=on label
osw=original shrinkwrap on cover
OST=original soundtrack
prst=promo sticker on cover
re=reissue
rssoc=radio station sticker on cover
rssol=radio station sticker on label
rw=heavy ring wear on cover
s=used at beginning means small
sm=sawmark
smspt=seamsplit
soc=sticker on cover
srw=slight ring wear on cover
sst=song sticker on cover
S/T=self titled or Same
toc=tape on cover
tol=tape on label
VA=various artists
wlp=white label promo or dj label
woc=writing on cover
wol=writing on label


price rating