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78 RPM Columbia 15507-D Greensboro Boys Quartet, Gospel, Sing Me a Song,of the Sunny South (1-A-3 stamp in dead wax) E to E- / Sweet Little Girl of Mine (2-b-4 stamp) above average E- This rare circa 1928 record is in a high grade E to E- / E- condition with minor scratches/blemishes/scuffs, this has a half inch of some light scratching at the start of South that light, besides that the side is tiny imperfections only. The Sweet side is solid too--with light blemishes/small light scratches is all and it has a lam crack on the Sweet side which appears it will not affect play--its overall a very nice shape, see photos all these little marks on the photos are a light, minor blemishes, no notable things wrong here. Graded visually. Labels and spindle holes have slight wear, some wear at top of Sweet label. Will be in a heavy paper sleeve. See scans of both labels. Please email with any questions. Buy it now for $47.95. FREE shipping via US Media Mail to US addresses. Shipments outside the US will be much more, please inquire for quote. Tariffs/taxes/fees sometimes incurred on international shipments are responsibility of the buyer. Paypal accepted. Ohio residents add sales tax for their county. Please email with any questions. Thank you for looking
ATTN: 78 record collectors-We will be listing (Buy It Now) never before listed 78 RPM records consistently (average 10 a day) on Ebay for the foreseeable future (years)--we have a vast inventory to list, we will list them in no predictable order, so keep watching, sorry we will NOT fill any want lists. PS We grade our records rather conservatively, and ship them snuggly in 2- 10 1/2" x 10 1/2" cardboard inserts, surrounded by newspaper, inside a 12" x 12" x 6" box, order with confidence. Thanks for reading..
Dear customers: July 20th, 2012 marks the first time I am not top rated since the program began. I have averaged close to a perfect 5 stars in all categories since it began based on ratings from you. You had nothing to do with this change in my rating, it is because ebay has decided a seller must put tracking numbers on 90% of items shipped. 70% of the items I sell goes in a 3x5 envelope with 45 cents postage. To do the tracking number means everything I sell would have to go at the package postage rate which is a minimum of 1.95. Either I absorb this extra cost or I pass it on to you-for a service I have almost never been asked for-because I ship quickly. Passing it on would mean adding $1.50 to the price on most items I sell resulting in higher prices for you. In addition ebay makes more in fees because final values would increase. I have chosen-at least for now-to do neither. I hope you will continue and/or consider purchasing my items despite not being "top rated". I thank you for your past and future business.