Joe "Cannonball" Lewis- You've Been Honky Tonkin'- Kentucky 574- Rockabilly-Hear

Sold Date: October 8, 2019
Start Date: August 12, 2019
Final Price: $99.99 (USD)
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Kentucky 574.  You've Been Honky Tonkin'/ Cold And Lonely Heart.  A visual grade of the 45 is a clean VG with light surface wear and nice gloss.  See photos for surface condition.  A play grade is VG++.  A sound clip of the A-side has been provided at the bottom of this listing.
I will be away from October 8th, 2019 through October 18, 2019 and will not be able to ship during this time.  I will ship any sales during this time as soon as possible when I return.  

Save on shipping with multiple wins.  For domestic shipping each additional 45 is 25 cents.  For international shipping I need to calculate based on weight.  The rate increase can be dramatic.  As an example an 8 oz. package costs $14.25 and a 9 oz. package costs $24.00.  That kind of jump makes no sense to me but that's the USPS for you.  If bidding on multiple items just request an invoice when you're done and I'll send an invoice with the adjusted shipping.
The US Postal service increased shipping rates again on 1/27/19.  Please check shipping cost before bidding.  Thanks.
Near Mint or Mint Minus:  My top grade.  The record or cover will show the most minimal of wear.  The record will have top gloss.  The cover will be free from any ring wear, splits, or handwriting.
VG++ :  Not quite Near Mint but a super clean, desirable record.
VG+ :  The record or cover will show signs of wear but no significant defects.
VG  :  Obvious signs of wear but the record still has life in it.  VG does not mean beat.
VG Minus  :  The record or cover will show moderate to heavy wear.  For a common record this would not be an acceptable grade.  For an in-demand, rare record it should be considered.
Good  :  Very heavy wear.  This grade would only be acceptable if the record is rare enough that you might not see another copy available for sale.   Powered by