This is the King Of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley singing "You're A Heartbreaker" and "Milkcow Blues Boogie" on Sun 215 from 1955. This is a guaranteed original Sun Record (you ought to be able to see the push marks on the labels). This record looks VG+ with minor surface markings. For the most part this record plays in NM condition but there are a few background noises. This record comes in a Sun Records company sleeve. Also included is a custom picture sleeve that was available over the internet in the early 2000's. This record comes in a clear, resealable, poly-vinyl protective sleeve. Price guides suggest a range of $1,200 to $5,000 for a NM copy. This grading is probably an 8 out of 10. You can own this copy for the mid-point of that range.
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Mint = 10 = Just like it came from the factory. May still be factory sealed. These will generally be priced close to collector value.
NM = 9 = Near Mint = Very minor surface markings that do not interfere with the audio playback. These will generally be priced at 80% to 90% of collector value.
VG+ = 7.5 = Very Good+ = The surface markings are more noticeable and may or may not affect the audio playback. Sometimes a record can look VG+ but still play in NM condition. These will generally be priced at 60% to 75% of collector value.
VG+ = 5 = Very Good+ = Now the surface markings are quite noticeable and they will generally be heard during audio playback. These will generally be priced at 40% to 50% of collector value.
Generally, I will not list records below VG+ unless it is a rare record of importance to collectors.