RAREST US 7": GENESIS "Nursery Cryme" Buddha CG- EP 1972 Mega-RARE

End Price: USD 69
Start Price: USD 25
End Date: 2015-07-13
Start Date: 2015-07-06

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RAREST US 7": GENESIS "Nursery Cryme" Buddha CG- EP 1972 Mega-RARE

Genre Rock
Speed 45 RPM
Record Size 7"
Duration Single
Record Grading Very Good (VG)

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NM Music Emporium "Nam Myo Ho Renge Kyo/Times Like This" Psych SENTINEL *HEAR*

Rare original EP with high gloss that does have a scratch side one that causes loud tick for first few minutes of "music box" then the EP proceeds to play close to EX throughout!

CONDITION ( all items visually graded unless noted): VG


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LP/Cover Grading Scale:

Here's a guideline for how I grade records. Not all records will fit "exactly" into a certain grade, and one should assume a certain amount of tolerances within each grade.

Assume grading to be "visual" unless noted.  I grade under a powerful 100 watt bulb.

+/-:  I use pluses and minuses to help indicate more or less issues in a certain grade. (+/-):  I use parentheses () to mean "maybe" (i.e. VG(+) means it may be a little closer to a plus).


Grades for vinyl :

M : new, un-played, perfect, usually sealed.

NM: like new but possibly carefully played a limited amount of times. Should play near perfect with almost no noise or imperfections. May show very faint imperfections from paper scuffs or tiny needle marks.

EX : as above with a few light needle marks, or a few light surface scuffs, and/or lightly audible marks. A very nice used record.

VG+:  between VG and EX, no feelable scratches and will definitely play through with no skips or jumps.

VG : still showing gloss but lots of small scratches and scuffs or some light groove wear. A used/played record that should still play through without skips, but will have light surface noise throughout, pops, ticks, and maybe some light distortion/sibilance. I do not consider VG to be a complete junk grade.

VG- to G : any record in less than VG condition that I feel is still worth offering due to it?s rarity.


Grades for covers:

M : perfect. no wear, square flat corners, solid seams, spine etc., Usually sealed

NM : overall appearance of front and back near perfect but may have a very small problem such as a small corner ding/couple tiny spine chips, but nothing noticeable without close inspection.

EX : as above, nice "un-handled" feel, but may have more spine wear, a bent or dinged corner or two, very light ring wear, but rarely any splits or tears.

VG+:  Between VG and EX (usually closer to an EX grade), NO major seem splits over a an inch or two, No visible water damage.  Edge chipping and smaller splits possible, ring wear, and small name or writing possible but should be noted.

VG: still has a nice overall appearance, but may have the following defects: seam splits, spine splits, small tears, ring wear, writing, stains, water damage, stickers etc. in various degrees.

VG- to G : getting ugly, but for some reason still worth offering.

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