DingsAttic are a small family run business. We do this because we enjoy it and it gives us the freedom to spend time with our young children. We are buyers as well as sellers and know how important having a hassle free transaction is.
We will endeavour to get your order out the next working day. We will endeavour to let you know we have your order and we will always answer messages within an hour. We are here to make your buying experience one we would want and expect ourselves.
If for some reason you are unhappy with your purchase please contact us first, we do have a 30 day no quibble returns policy and we will work with you to resolve any issue. Remember, we are not Amazon or a big company and any negative feedback will impact our business and sales.
Our prices and grading are based on the record collectors guide. Our prices represent neither short term market fluctuations nor personal opinions but what the record is worth. We rarely sell anything below Very Good with most being excellent. Grading are as follows:
Mint (M) The record itself is in brand new condition with no surface marks or deterioration in sound quality. The cover and any extra items such as the lyric sheet. booklet or poster are in perfect condition. Records marked as Sealed or Unplayed should be Mint.
Excellent (EX) The record shows some signs of having been played, but there is very little lessening in sound quality. The cover and packaging might have slight wear and/or creasing.
Very Good (VG) VG records have more obvious flaws than their counterparts in better shape. They lack most of the original gloss found on factory-fresh records. Groove wear is evident on sight, as are light scratches deep enough to feel with a fingernail. When played, a VG record has surface noise, and some scratches may be audible, especially in soft passages and during a song?s intro and ending. But the noise will not overpower the music otherwise. Minor writing, tape or a sticker can detract from the label. Many collectors who have jukeboxes will use VG records in them and not think twice. They remain a fine listening experience, just not the same as if it were in better shape. VG covers will have many signs of human handling. Ring wear in the middle or along the edges of the cover where the edge of a record would reside, is obvious, though not overwhelming. Some more creases might be visible. Seam splitting will be more obvious; it may appear on all three sides, though it won?t be obvious upon looking. Someone might have written or it or stamped a price tag on it, too.
Good (G) Te record has been played so much that the sound quality has noticeably deteriorated, perhaps with some distortion and mild scratches. The cover and contents suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discolouration, etc