THE KNACKS Devil Girl on PAN-VOX Scarce Greek Garage 45
  $   2,137

 


$   2137 Sold For
Dec 20, 2012 End Date
Dec 13, 2012 Start Date
$   50 Start price
18 Number Of Bids
  USA Country Of Seller
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Description

THE KNACKS

Devil Girl / You Can Go

 PAN-VOX 6061

RECORD : VG , wol

COMMENTS : 

Shipping Info

Domestic / U.S.A. Shipping*
Please use the following shipping formulas:

(USPS Priority/First Class) LP Only Shipments:   $9 for the 1st LP  +  $2 for each additional LP. 45 Only Shipments:   $5.25 for the 1st 45  +  $0.25 for each additional 45. Mixed Shipments:   $9 for the 1st LP  +  $2 for each additional LP / $0.25 for each 45.

(USPS Media Mail) LP Only Shipments:   $4 for the 1st LP  +  $1 for each additional LP. 45 Only Shipments:   $3.50 for the 1st 45  +  $0.25 for each additional 45. Mixed Shipments:   $4 for the 1st LP  +  $1 for each additional LP / $0.25 for each 45.

*All Domestic Shipments Are Insured.


International Shipping
Please use the following shipping formulas:

(Air Mail) LP Only Shipments:   $14 for the 1st LP  +  $5 for each additional LP. 45 Only Shipments:   $8.00 for the 1st 45  +  $1.00 for each additional 45. Mixed Shipments:   $14 for the 1st LP  +  $5 for each additional LP / $1.00 for each 45.

 

Record Grading

Each entry indicates Artist, Title, Label, Label #, Condition, comments. All prices are in US dollars.  Unless noted, every record is an original issue for the label and catalog number given. Heres a brief explanation of my grading system, followed by an overview of abbreviations you will encounter.

SS  Still Sealed - in factory-fresh condition M  Mint - I don't use this grade. M- Mint Minus - a near perfect, probably unplayed record VG+  Very Good Plus close to like new with only superficial signs of use that dont affect play. Only well cared for records will grade out to VG+. Will satisfy all but the most demanding collector. VG Very Good - a used, reasonable copy. There will be obvious signs of wear and the possibility of light surface noise between tracks or during quiet passages, but still quite nice. VG- Very Good Minus - significant wear and marks and usually quite noticeable surface noise. G+ Good Plus. In the record world, 'Good' is not good! From here on down (Fair, Poor), we're talking about beat-up records. Abbreviations 
These have no bearing on the record itself, but only refer to the cover or label. co = cut out; drill hole, saw mark or cut corner on cover cw = cover wear dj = promotional issue 45 djt = dj timing strip (12" x 4" white sticker on cover detailing titles and playing time) es = electric stereo (the record industrys sorry attempt at giving stereo-like sound characteristics to mono recordings) lbl = label ps = picture sleeve (for 45's) pc = picture cover (hard cover usually 45rpm Eps) re = reissue sl = slight sm= small tobc = tear on back cover tol = tear on label wlp = white label promo woc = writing on cover wol = writing on label #ol = number on label oc = on cover obc = on back cover promo stamp = usually gold embossed notice on jacket indicating that item intended for promotional use split seams, 4" split, 8" taped seam, etc... = all refer to cover damage foxing = age-related spots, typically reddish-brown in color, often caused by storage in a high humidity environment

                                                                                                                

 

 

 

 


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