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78 rpm: 78rpm Broadway 8277 - PAUL GOSZ'S ORCHESTRA - Tea Party Waltz - Romy Gosz - 1931

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78rpm Broadway 8277 - PAUL GOSZ'S ORCHESTRA - Tea Party Waltz - Romy Gosz - 1931
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Paul Gosz's Orchestra. The Paul Gosz's Orchestra leader was Romy Gosz and was known as a popular and commercially successful polka band in the upper midwest.

“A” Side: Tea Party Waltz. Condition: E/E-, Excellent to Excellent Minus, with light rubs and scuffs and some signs of very light groove wear.

“B” Side: Echoes Of Spring. Condition: E/E-, Excellent to Excellent Minus, with light rubs and scuffs and some signs of very light groove wear.

Record Label: Broadway 8277

Recorded: 1931

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Grading Code:

N- "New minus.", Best possible sample. No wear and minimal effects of age. Minimal

factory "defects" as well: super clean.

E+ "Excellent plus.", Slightly below N or N-. No wear, and again minimal effects of

age. Will have slightly more factory "defects" than N or N- (surface noise, clicks,

pops etc.)

E "Excellent.", some slight evidence of age or handling (fine scratches, scuffs, rubs).

Minimal groove wear. May have some slight surface noise as a function of the

aging of the material from which the record was made (not excessive). May show

some very minor grey traces in grooves.

E- "Excellent minus." Very close to "E" but with slightly more wear from handling

and age. Still minimal groove wear from playing. But, again may show some minor

gray traces.

E-/V+ Threshold for the beginning of noticeable groove wear. Plus more of the usual

culprits: scratches, scuffs, abrasions etc. A record grades E-/V+ does not look

"good" in the way "E" graded records do. E-/V+ plays very nicely though - except some surface noise.

V+ "Very good plus." Obvious wear, but not excessive. Slightly more surface noise.

Not as choice as the higher grades, but what one would expect of a record that

was actually used for many years. And can be still quite enjoyable.

V "Very Good." As "very good" implies the record will still play quite well. However,

there is more wear and tear than with "V+" grade. There is moderate surface

noise.

G & F G "Good." Serviceable but not great. Quite a bit of wear. F "Fair." Means fair -

and that's pretty well worn.

Double pluses and minuses are used when needed to more accurately describe a record's

condition (e.g. E-- or E++). A grade/grade (e.g. E/E-) indicates a grade in between the two

grades (e.g. excellent and excellent minus). It does not refer to grades for the different sides of a double sided record

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