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$   304 Sold For
Dec 30, 2011 End Date
Dec 20, 2011 Start Date
$   20 Start price
14 Number Of Bids
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Featured LPAlbum:THE NEW MILES DAVIS QUINTETArtist: MILES DAVISLabel & Number: PRESTIGE LP 7104 / NYC LABEL FLAT EDGE - D.G.Vinyl Grade: LP is in NM/EX+ condition.  

The thick, lustrous vinyl is nice without scuffs or scratches of any kind.  There are several tiny sleeve type marks that cause the occasional low level ticks.

Audio quality far outweighs appearance flaws.

The fidelity is superb, with virtually no distortion, pops clicks or background noise of any kind. 
Jacket Grade: Jacket is in EX+ condition.  

447 West 50th Street jacket is in very nice condition with only 1/2" small seam split on the bottom right corner.

There is a NOT FOR SALE stamp on the back of jacket and on the label (as seen in the image).Pressing Comments: Orig. NYC / Flat Edge D.G. label w/ RVG. Stamp.Notes: An excellent copy this early Miles LP!
Our Grading System Record Grading Codes

N/N-  =  Virtually flawless in all aspects, with original sound fidelity. Record appears unplayed.

NM  =  Near Mint. Exceptional condition and sound fidelity, with minor (if any) visible signs of use.

EX+  =  Excellent Plus. Near new label and jacket appearance, showing careful usage. Topical surface marks may exist, such as paper sleeve marks, and other signs of incidental handling that will not cause intrusively audible surface noise. Audio quality far outweighs any marginal appearance flaws.

EX  =  Excellent Condition. Appearance shows moderate use, but a good degree of enjoyable play is available; the record shows reasonable care in handling. Audio is only lightly affected by intermittent surface noise, and music retains its full spectrum of fidelity, with no mistracking. What we call a listener's copy.

  Jacket Grading Codes

NM  =  an LP jacket showing little or no wear, with no marks on front or back. Seams, spines, corners are not worn to any degree. Lamination completely intact.

EX+  =  Record jacket that shows only light and topical wear, typically acquired during years of normal careful storage and usage. Reasonably fine appearance can be expected, with no repairs or seam and edge damage.

EX  =  a record jacket that has acquired a little more shelf and storage wear, still retaining its original structural integrity. Small seam split repairs, light corner and edge wear likely.

Note:  + or - may be used to indicate slight variations in quality within each rating.

Record jackets are equal to disc condition with exceptions noted. All efforts are made to accurately denote record and jacket conditions. Records are graded aurally and visually and are professional cleaned, when needed but above all guaranteed to conform to the grade assigned.

Shipping InformationAll LPs and CDs are packed with foam and shipped in heavy-duty cardboard boxes to ensure their safe arrival. Most items are placed in either mylar sleeves or bubble wrap for added protection. All records are professionally cleaned and delivered in plastic sleeves, with records separated from jackets, thus protecting the jackets from splitting during shipment. Destination First LP Additional LPU.S. Mail - Priority Mail (USA only) $7.00 $1.00U.S. Mail - Europe Small Packet Air (not insured) $14.00 $4.00U.S. Mail - Europe Air (EMS insured) $30.55 $4.00U.S. Mail - Far East Small Packet Air (not insured) $14.00 $4.00U.S. Mail - Far East Air (EMS insured) $30.55 $4.00 100% Guarantee PolicyIf you are unsatisfied with your purchase for any reason - simply return your record for a full refund, including return shipping costs - no questions asked!
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Payment is required within 5 days of auction end. If you have any questions about this item, please email me before bidding. eBayers with zero or excessive negative feedback please send an email stating your intention to follow through with this transaction if successful. About Madame Mono's Auction ItemsMadame Mono's records are proudly offered from the personal collection of my Uncle, who worked as a program director for a major radio station back in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. My Uncle took pride in caring for his records and many appear as new. His immaculate taste and critical choice of titles ensured that he never wasted time on a bad note. Enjoy!

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