LP Tiny Bradshaw King 395 501 1st Press Nice
  $   208


$   208 Sold For
Nov 20, 2006 End Date
Nov 10, 2006 Start Date
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LP Tiny Bradshaw King 395 501 1st Press Nice
Super nice copy of this LP which features the original version of the much covered classic "The Train Kept A Rollin'". The deep groove 1st press copy of the 2nd 12" LP issued on King features a record that is EX with nice gloss, just some minor sleeve marks with very nice original deep groove 2 inch logo labels and only some very light spindle trails. The cover is VG+ and looks great with a super nice front (only some light small staining down the left edge, a tiny faded pen mark bottom left and a hint of ringwear)and only some light ring soil on the back. The corners are decent but not perfect, the top seam is completely split and the spine and bottom seam are intact with only light wear and a less than 1/2" split on the bottom seam.

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= A mint item must be absolutely perfect. Certainly never been played if not still sealed. This would be an item where it was opened but not played maybe just to check the label variation. NM = The record shows no obvious signs of wear. The vinyl should show no wear from playing only the slightest of paper scuffs are acceptable. The jacket should look as if you just got it home from a new record store and removed the shrink-wrap. EX, NM- = The record or cover is clearly better than VG+ but not Near Mint. There should be some signs that the vinyl was played infrequently and otherwise handled by a previous owner who took excellent care of it. Record surfaces may show some slight signs of wear and may have light scuffs and or very minor light scratches that do not affect the listener experience at all. The label and spindle hole will be without flaws other than light spindle trails from being played only a few times if at all. The cover should be bright and sharp and will have only the very first evidence of discoloration or ring wear or creased corners. Although there may be some evidence of seam/spine wear, seam splits are not permitted for this grade. The jacket may be marked as a cut out by a drill hole, saw mark, cut corner or punch hole. I always try to list any cover flaws of significance. VG+ = The record will show signs that the vinyl was played but taken care of. Record surfaces will show signs of wear including some light scratches/scuffs that do not significantly affect the listener experience. Slight warps that do not affect the sound are ok. Spindle holes will have some wear but not be enlarged or damaged in any way. The cover will have general wear/ring wear but not to the extent that it materially impairs enjoyment of the picture cover. Slight seam splits are ok for this grade. Again I will try to list any cover flaws of significance. Very Good = VG will have many of the same defects as VG+, but will be more evident. The record may play with some noise or pops, but will not be enough to ruin the music. I try to describe any reason a record is VG other than light scratches or some dulling of the finish. I also will describe the cover well enough that along with the picture, you will know why it is VG. Records that are G and less will sometimes be offered on rarer items and you can expect deeper scratches and more loss of gloss. I will also describe how these grades play and if there are any skips or sticks. Feel free to email if you need clarification on an item for any reason. Satisfaction Guaranteed - Check my feedback.

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