Bruch Scottish Fantasia Hindemith Oistrakh LSO Decca ED1 SXL 6035 Ex+

Sold Date: March 14, 2019
Start Date: February 26, 2019
Final Price: £800.00 £600.00 (GBP)
Seller Feedback: 2917
Buyer Feedback: 29

Have confidence in my grading. All records are inspected under strong l.e.d. lights and graded using the record collectors guide - see grading guide at the bottom of my page. I take every care to describe accurately, please take the time to read my feedback comments.

Catalogue no; SXL 6035

Sleeve in very good condition, some minor laminate lifting and a couple of minor scuffs, a little discolouring and a record shop stamp on the back.

Labels in excellent condition.

Vinyl in excellent + condition, a few very faint marks only visible under led lights. I have cleaned the lp and playback is superb with only the tiniest bit of static crackle audible in a couple of places. 

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Record grading;

Mint- item is factory sealed.

Near mint - item has been opened but has no marks visible under led lights.

Excellent- record shows some signs of having been played but there is very little lessening in sound quality.

Very good - record has obviously been played many times but displays no major deterioration in sound quality despite noticeable surface marks and the occasional light scratch.

Good - record has been played so much that the sound quality has noticeably deteriorated.

Fair - record is still just playable, displays considerable surface noise and may even jump.

I also use + and - when a record falls between two grades and try to put a brief description of any noticeable faults and to photograph and faults.