What We Hear In Music Book Anne Shaw Faulkner Victor Victrola 1921
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What We Hear In Music Book Anne Shaw Faulkner Victor Victrola 1921:
Please see Item Specifics above for information and description. There are pictures of the labels so you can see song titles and other information.
RATING (VISUAL) M = Mint (Rarely used) M- = Near Mint (as close to mint as you will see. maybe a scuff or a spindle rub) E+ = Excelent + (Still very clean but may have a few more scuffs than M-.) E = Excellent (Very clean with light scuffing. May have a couple of light surface scratches that may only be a minor noise for a couple of revolutions) E- = Excellent - (May have a few more surface scratches and some dirt. if there is surface noise it is very limited) V+ = Very Good + (This may contain a few deeper scratches that can click but will track through. A fair amount of surface scratches can exist. Some noise but nothing overpowering the music. Some grooves may show vibration wear but it is limited) V = Very Good (May contain numerous deeper scratches and dirt. May have a fair amount of groove graying that blasts but still tracks through) V- = Very Good - (This is pretty rough. Has all of the attributes of V but the noise is significant. Everything will still track through) G+ = Good + (You are in some rough experience here. I will only list records in G+ if they are rare and they will be priced accordingly if they are Buy It Now. These may have simliar defects as listed above but they may not track through the defects) P = Poor (This had better be one heck of a gem in very rough shape to even be considered. Does not play or track. May not be complete. This is only for the rarest of the rare and is rarely used) I will give a grading for the sleeve and will try to give a description of any defects to the sleeve in the condition box
Please make sure you are using our rating system. Ours is not that same as some others. Why does the description say "Needs Cleaning?" Don't you clean records? Generally, no. We recognize the fact that most collectors have their own method of cleaning discs, and my method may not match your method, and in many circles, any method other than the one the customer uses is destroying the disc. I am selling you your record. How you want to clean it is up to you. Sometimes we will give a very light wipe down if it is needed, but this is usually done to verify grading. We do not play grade records unless there is a problem with the disc to make sure something tracks through. We have had great success with our visual grading and welcome you to reveiew our response. We have a very high level of DSR for Item As Described and stand by our abilities and our process.
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