ROBERT JOHNSON VOCALION 03475 BLUES 78 RPM E/E- "I BELIEVE I'LL DUST MY BROOM"
  $   4,250

 


$   4250 Sold For
Jul 2, 2017 End Date
Jun 25, 2017 Start Date
$   3000 Start price
9 Number Of Bids
  USA Country Of Seller
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ROBERT JOHNSON VOCALION 03475 BLUES 78 RPM E/E-
I BELIEVE I'LL DUST MY BROOM/ DEAD SHRINP BLUES

BLUES MASTERPIECE FROM JOHNSON'S 1ST SESSION IN 1936. "DUST MY BROOM" IS THE SONG THAT INSPIRED ELMORE JAMES. THIS IS TRULY A MASTERPIECE OF MISSISSIPPI BLUES GUITAR PLAYING. HAS VERY MINOR SCUFFS BUT PLAYS FANTASTIC!!!! PLAYS E.
I AM GOING TO BE SELLING FANTASTIC BLUES RECORDS ON EBAY EVERY WEEK FROM LEGENDARY FRENCH COLLECTOR MICHEL CHAIGNE'S COLLECTION. MICHEL LOVED BLUES PIANO AND COUNTRY BLUES SO I'LL BE SELLING MANY GREAT RECORDS BY ARTISTS LIKE CHARLIE SPAND, BLACK BOB, GEORGIA TOM DORSEY, ROBERT JOHNSON, BIG BILL BROONZY, MEMPHIS MINNIE, MEMPHIS JUG BAND, TAMPA RED, WALTER ROLAND, CASEY BILL WELDON, JAMES BLYTHE AND SO SO MANY MORE! SO MAKE SURE TO CHECK BACK EVERY WEEK FOR SOME TOP PRE & POST WAR BLUES 78 RECORDS!!!

GRADED USING A STANTON 500-ll CARTRIDGE WITH A 3.5TE STYLUS.

SHIPPING:
$7 USPS MEDIA MAIL, $3 EACH ADDITIONAL RECORD
$18 USPS PRIORITY MAIL (RECOMMENDED), $5 EACH ADDITIONAL
$20 CANADA, $5 EACH ADDITIONAL
$35 OVERSEAS, $5 EACH ADDITIONAL
NOTE: Do not pay until you have been invoiced by us!
PAYMENTS BY PAYPAL ONLY.

PLEASE READ MY GRADING AND SHIPPING INFO BELOW:

Standard 78 rpm grading system:
N- = like new
E+ = a virtually perfect copy with only minor signs of having been played
E = very slight signs of wear, maybe some minor scuffing and/or light scratches but a clean copy with little groove wear
E- = slightly above average copy, some groove wear and minor blemishes but a very decent copy
VG+ = an average copy, signs of use, some groove wear but still a decent copy
VG = wear, scuffing, light scratches but a very playable copy
VG- getting scary!...will play but is quite worn
G+ = a playable copy but very very worn
G plays through
G- =  wall hanger
P =  once might have been a phonograph record


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