Vocalion 04002 ROBERT JOHNSON Stop Breaking Down/HONEYMOON E copy 78 rpm 1937
Here we have a nice E ( see details below ) copy of Dallas June 20, 1937 Vocalion 04002 by ROBERT JOHNSON - STOP BREAKING DOWN / HONEYMOON BLUES from Johnson's final recording session... ..there are three internal lams on STOP BREAKING DOWN that do not sound at all ..some minor very small storage stains and a few small scratches..plays loud and crystal clear with occasional pops...real nice copy...from the collection of legendary blues scholar, researcher, collector and friend of 30+ years DON KENT whose important records will appear on ebay through this store and that of Sherwin Dunner's "Bombastium" ebay store over th next several years. Google "DON KENT NEW YORK TIMES" to read a fabulous article on Don that appeared jut after his passing
.......... ................... .. .............. NOTE: Mailing rates have again increased..we will keep our domestic rates the same but international is going up 50 cents for the first record and Canada is now $15 for the first
PLEASE READ OUR GRADING AND SHIPPING INFO BELOW NOTE: Do not pay until you have been invoiced by us! PAYMENTS BY PAYPAL ONLY...PLEASE DO NOT BID WITHOUT A PAYPAL ACCOUNT GOT RECORDS TO SELL OR CONSIGN?? - CHECK OUR HISTORIC MUSIC WEBSITE FOR INFO!!
NOTE: WE GRADE VISUALLY UNLESS THERE IS A DEFECT WHICH REQUIRES US TO PLAY THE RECORD TO PROPERLY GRADE IT ( like a needle dig of bad crack)
- we follow the standard 78 rpm VJM/JJJ grading system:
N- = like new (a 9 1/2 to 10 out of 10!), E+ = a virtually perfect copy with only minor signs of having been played ( a 9 out of 10), E = very slight signs of wear, maybe some minor scuffing and/or light scratches but a very clean copy with little groove wear ( 8 out of 10),E- = slightly above average copy, some groove wear and minor blemishes but a very decent copy ( a 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 out of 10), VG+ = an average copy, signs of use, some groove wear but still a decent copy ( 5-6 out of 10), VG = wear, scuffing, light scratches but a very playable copy ( 4 out of 10), VG- getting scary!...will play but is quite worn ( 3 out of 10), G+ = a playable copy but very very worn ( 2 out of 10), G through G- = in the words of my pal RUSS SHOR " a wall hanger!" P = a hunk of shellac which once might have been a phonograph record!
our standard domestic shipping method is media mail with a delivery receipt
We use a BRAND NEW strong box, new cardboard packers, peanuts, and labels...we buy this material in large batches and must pay substantial trucking fees to get the material delivered to the rural island we live on. PLUS we pay a packer. MEDIA MAIL FOR ONE 10 or 12 inch 78 is $7.08 for our materials and packing, each additional item is .50 cents...If you prefer, PRIORITY ( with delivery receipt ) is $10 for the first item and $1 for each additional. CANADA is $15 for the first item and $3 for each additional up to 4 pounds. Above 4 lbs we will advise you as to the S&H with your invoice. ...EUROPE / UK & MOST OTHER COUNTRIES is $22.50 for the first disc and $4 for each additional up to 4 lbs ..then we will advise..INSURANCE IS UP TO YOU AND MUST BE CALCULATED BY YOU....if your item is lost or broken in the mail and you DO NOT have insurance we ARE NOT LIABLE to repay you......