BILL EVANS everybody digs 180G Jazz Wax 4517 dmm stereo SEALED LP

Sold Date: August 15, 2022
Start Date: August 8, 2022
Final Price: $14.99 (USD)
Bid Count: 1
Seller Feedback: 5111
Buyer Feedback: 0

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Vinyl LP in unopened condition - eBay REVISED database does not allow older records which do not have UPCs to be listed as "NEW" so that is why I have called this "USED Mint"

I have limited time to list these, so only minimal details are provided in this description. Vinyl grade in auction title. 

Rare LP in collectible condition (SEE AUCTION TITLE for specific grade of RECORD) - in order to list a number of auctions quickly, only the basic info is provided. If you have specific questions about the cover -cutout marks, writing, wear - you cannot see, please contact me.

PLEASE NOTE:  I have adjusted my settings so that as soon as you leave positive feedback for me, I will do likewise.



Original issue unless noted "ri" for reissue

"wroc or wrobc" = writing on cover (back cover)

"coh" = cut out hole  

"tos"= tape on seam

"gf" =  gatefold

"cc" =  cut corner


Make sure you realize this is a vinyl LP. If you are looking for cds, go to the cd category. If you bid on this, you will be obligated to buy.

I try to apply the GOLDEN RULE when grading*, but please e-mail or call if you have any questions.

M: Generally reserved for sealed records
M-: Probably will have no marks, or a couple very light marks, which would not be noticed except for extremely close inspection, and which will not affect play.
EX: May have a few very light marks which are nearly invisible and most likely do not sound.
VG+: Will have some visible light marks but no feelable scratches. May play with a minimum of noise during quiet passages. May well be visibly scuffed up but playing should be enjoyable.

* This means that I try to consider what my reaction would be as a buyer, upon winning this auction and pulling the record out its sleeve the first time.  Please note that grades are visual.  It seems to me that play-grading is even more subjective and entails other variables, such as the sensitivity of one's equipment.  I have not listened to many of these records but will try to upon request.  There is not a huge amount of difference between M-/EX.  As anyone who has handled a lot of used records knows, some play better than they look and VICE VERSA.  If you have problem with something you receive from me (to err is human), please contact me through eBay, and we will most likely be able to work it out.