JOHN COLTRANE Olé Coltrane LP 1961 original stereo VG+ Atlantic SD 1373
  $   86


$ 86 Sold For
Feb 2, 2013 Sold Date
Jan 26, 2013 Start Date
$   15 Start price
9   Number Of Bids
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Vinyl from my personal collection!

This is a 12" vinyl LP

JOHN COLTRANE: Olé Coltrane (Atlantic SD 1373, stereo, blue & green label with white fan, 1961 original). With Freddie Hubbard, McCoy Tyner, George Lane, Reggie Workman, Art Davis, Elvin Jones.

Tune listing:

  • olé (18:05)
  • dahomey dance (7:32)
  • aisha (11:00)
Condition: Vinyl visual Very Good+ / Heavy laminated cover VG++. One owner. See my positive feedbacks for all the buyers who have been pleased with the condition of my vinyl and CDs!!


Please pay with PayPal. If you win more than one item, PLEASE do not pay for them separately, but wait for me to contact you with the total cost for combined shipping. This will save you money!

U.S. BUYERS: Buyer pays postage & handling ($4.00 media mail for 1 or 2 LPs in USA, 50¢ for each additional LP.). If you prefer priority mail, let me know right away.

I will ship within 5 business days. Combine LPs to save on shipping, of course! I ship LPs in a regulation cardboard LP mailer with adequate stiffening. The LP and inner sleeve are removed from the cover and inserted together in a plastic sleeve with the cover. Please inquire before bidding if you have special shipping instructions, which will incur an additional fee.

International bidders: Wait for me to contact you. Canada is usually around $10 airmail, rest of the world around $18 airmail, depending on the exact weight of the package.

About grading: I grade visually (and conservatively) according to strict Goldmine standards -- unless I have time to play part of the record, when I will state "play-graded" or "plays" with the grade. Mint- means I have played it on my high-end equipment but there are no marks whatsoever (usually reserved for LPs from my personal collection). Near Mint means there are NO VISIBLE MARKS except for possible minor sleeve scuffing on the vinyl, and few if any spindle tracks on the label. The vinyl gloss looks like a brand-new record. I use VG++ if there is any mark on the vinyl that may possibly be audible. VG+ may have a few light scratches that probably will not affect play. VG has visible and possibly audible scratches or pops but is still quite listenable, especially if you're dubbing to your computer using a noise reduction program. Good is well-used, adequate until you can find a better copy. Mint is reserved for sealed records only.

For covers, Near Mint means slight shelf wear, if any. VG++ may have light scuffing or ring wear, cutout hole or notch, clipped corner, etc. VG+ will have more wear, but still a record that someone really took care of. VG may have some handwriting, creased corners, or other defects. Good may have some split seams, stains, moisture damage, heavy ring wear, but is still OK until you find that elusive Near Mint copy! Grading is all subjective, but I've been selling on eBay for over 13 years now. My goal is to have you open your package and be PLEASANTLY SURPRISED rather than disappointed with the condition.

Save the old music!


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