Damiron y su Ritmo: "Entrandole Al Piano // Eslava 22" (RCA Victor, USA)
RECORD CONDITION: VG (light marks, hazy grooves, nice clean labels)
COVER CONDITION: Generic new white paper sleeve
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$22 Canada / Mexico
$26 International Air Mail (First Class) 7" Singles / EP's
$4 USA (First Class)
International Air Mail is $14 for 1 to 2 45s, $24 for 3 to 20 45s.
I combine shipping for USA orders. International extra $6 per LP.
Orders over $150 MUST be shipped Express Mail internationally. This is generally $55 for the first LP, and more for additional LPs. Buyer pays actual shipping cost for Express Mail.
SEALED records are sold as is. I cannot and will not be held responsible for the condition of a sealed record unless you ask me to open it prior to shipping.
NM / VG++ / VG+ / VG / VG- / G
VG++........A few small paper scuffs only, probably played a few times, under regular light will look like new.
VG+........Will likely have a good amount of light scuffs or marks, and maybe some very light scratches. Will likely have a few brief moments of surface noise, maybe some light pops or ticks every so often. Not a perfect record, but still in very good shape.
VG........Record will have many marks, mostly light, but expect some scratches and under regular light will show obvious signs of wear. Record will play with some surface noise, ticks, pops, etc. but should not overwhelm the music. Buy this record expecting it to not look great, but should play satisfactory and will still be enjoyable to listen to for casual listening/DJing.
VG-........Record will have scratches, tons of marks, scuffing, and obvious signs of wear. Sometimes they will play much better than they look, but expect surface noise, ticks, pops, etc. Generally a record that will be something you may want to upgrade in the future, if you are serious about condition, but usually a decent copy for casual listening or DJing.
G........The lowest grade. Looks really bad. Scuffs, scratches, marks, groove wear. Often times these records will have a skip, or multiple skips. I will generally play grade this record and list how it plays, though some additional skips or jumps might be found. Not reccomended for DJing, but sometimes can play miraculously great.