November 14, 2021
Start Date: November 4, 2021
Final Price: $158.50 (CAD)
Bid Count: 13
Seller Feedback: 1161
Buyer Feedback: 331
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.5
Leonard Bernstein conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Dutch Ed1 DGG digital
stereo-pressing from 1988.
Innersleeve has date from 1988 imprinted.
Cover: VG+. Light general wear, but bottom shows signs of light water damage.
Vinyl: Strong EX to NM. Can hardly have ever been played, one faint inaudible hairline mark visisble. Plays perfectly.
ALL RATES IN CANADIAN DOLLAR!
Shipping as registered airmail-letter (to any destination worldwide):
up to 0.5 Kg: 16.00 $
0.5 to 1.0 Kg: 23.00 $
1.0 to 2.0 Kg: 36.00 $
DHL standard for 2 up to 5 Kg
European Union: 30.00 $
Rest of Europe: 50.00 $
Rest of World 1 ( USA, Canada, Middle East, North Africa): 60.00 $
Rest of world 2 (all other countries): 75.00 $
DHL standard for 5 up to 10 Kg
European Union: 36.00 $
Rest of Europe: 62.00 $
Rest of World 1 ( USA, Canada, Middle East, North Africa): 82.00 $
Rest of World 2 (all other countries): 100.00 $
2 bis 5 Kg: 7,00€ als DHL- Paket
5 bis 10 Kg: 9,50€ als DHL- Paket
about my record-grading:
I usually only visually grade the LPs under strong light and I only playgrade them ( i.e. the portions that seem to have signs of usage), if I can't be sure of their actual condition.
If records show stronger signs of soiling I'll professionally clean them (Okki Nokki RCM), but I'm not doing this if it's obviously only dust, as I know that collectors usually prefer their
very own way of record-cleaning.
My goal is to always decribe the records appropriately and I will name every visible and/or audible defect in my detailed description. If regardless of my precautions
you should ever be dissatisfied with the condition of a record, please contact me before leaving negative or neutral feedback to give me the chance to resolve your query.
I'm confident, however, that this will hardly ever be the case. I've been selling records for many years now and so far complaints fortunately have been the utter exception!