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Dot Ramm With Ralph Williams "Nothing I Wish For Ever Comes True"/"I Belong To You" on Hun Tom 1001 released in 195?. Record is in Strong VG condition. Labels have light wear, see photos. Hear an unfiltered clip of the record you will receive, both sides consecutively.
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S/S Still Sealed: Unopened in original packaging
M- Mint minus: Nearly flawless in condition and play. The highest grade I use.
VG++ Very Good Plus Plus: A few light scuffs/marks, retains full gloss and plays nearly perfectly.
VG+ Very Good Plus: Light surface wear, marks may sound occasionally but not adversely affect play. Should be very acceptable to most collectors.
VG Very Good: Moderate surface wear, obviously played will have noise but not to distraction.
VG- Very Good Minus: Well worn. Constant noise, clicks & pops but does not overwhelm music.
G Good: Clicks, pops & noise compete with music. Good for filler on hard to find records.
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