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78 rpm: 78 RPM - Infanterieregiment “Groß Deutschland” - Wir fahren gegen Engelland 1939

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78 RPM - Infanterieregiment “Groß Deutschland” - Wir fahren gegen Engelland 1939
78 RPM - Infanterieregiment “Groß Deutschland” - Wir fahren gegen Engelland - 1939

Recorded 21.10.1939

Musikkorps Infanterieregiment. “Groß Deutschland” Ltg. Friedrich Ahlers

No .E 296 - More about condition/ grading see below

Side 1: Wir fahren gegen Engelland Ml+
Side 2: Heut´ stechen wir ins blaue Meer Ml+

Telefunken A 10044, Deutschland, Condition 3++ / 2- (Optic / accoustic) Side 2 little soft Needlerunner (Nlf)

Condition 3++ / 2- (Optic / accoustic) Nlf
Good Condition. Only little signs of use. Better then cut through. Plays well, better then it looks. Nlf = - Needlerunner not to hear

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Condition:
Like in School. Note 1-6. 1 = very good 6 = extremely worse. My best Number normally is 2 cause 1 would be new and that´s nearly impossible at 78´s!
For every record you will find two numbers the first for optic and the second for acoustic condition. In the case the acoustic Number is more bad, the sound is not so good like we can see . For example a record is 2- / 3+ that means good conditions but it makes a bit background sound.The Size of Scratches and Needleholes will be marked by how often you can hear an Sound for Example NL 4x All Records 10 Inch ore told otherwise. Country of Pressing by Car -Number, for Example D for Deutschland Germany. US - United States.

Optical

+ 2 - Not used only one ore two times the pleasure of every Collector
+ 3 - Normal used not grey normally
+ 4 - Very often used Grey
+ 5 - For Documentation but it runs
6 For Documentation do not run

Acoustic

+ 2 - No Background-Sound
+ 3 - Background-Sound but good to hear
+ 4 - All sorts of Background Sound but all to understand
+ 5 - terrible Sound

Abbreviations:
+ with Singing, for Example. F+ F - Foxtrot sF - Slowfox Ser - Serenade Be - Beguine Cha - Chanson T - Tango Bl - Blues W - Waltz Sa - Samba Ch - Charleston R - Rumba Psd - Pasodoble P - Polka Ml - Marschlied - March Ts -Twostep Os - Onestep Qs - Quickstep L - Lied Sh - Shimmy Boo - Boogie Woogie Rs - Randschaden nicht in Rille - Edgedamage not in groove Ls - Labelschaden groІ oder klein - Labeldamage big or little Nlf - NadellКufer -nicht hЪrbar - Needlerunner not to hear Scr - Scratch - to hear lscr - light scratch not to hear hcr - haircrack Lam-Hcr Laminatetd
haircrack for Example at american Columbias, normaly no Problem Int Hcr - in the middle of Record normally no Problem cr - Crack Nl - Needlehole kl - klein - little gr - GroІ - big Fst - Fehlstelle z.B. Dreck in Rille - little dirty point or something like that Bl - Blase - bubble Vsch - Verschmutzung dirt / mud hrb - hЪrbar - to hear O.H.- OriginalhЯlle / Original Sleeve 4x how often you hear a little soundor clix for example in a Needlehole Nl o. scr Nk - Nachkrieg - Afterwar pressing from a postwar recording especcially in German Dancemusik. Start - rough Start at the beginning *** - Stars, Rareness of a Record - * = often bis ****** = extremly rare 105 - Better Sound with a needle of 105 my ( normal 63 my) bl Pr. - blistery Pressing Sol – Sticker on Label Wol – Writing on Label