Les Brown 78rpm Single 10-inch Columbia Records #36857 Leap Frog

Sold Date: November 11, 2021
Start Date: July 6, 2021
Final Price: $19.99 (USD)
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Les Brown 78rpm Single 10-inch Columbia Records #36857

Leap Frog


Show Me The Way To Go Home

Disc Condition: VG+

Comments: Les Brown and His Orchestra vocals Butch Stone and Quartet

Listing date: June 29, 2021 

2021 Updates!

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otherwise the order will be canceled.

For combined shipping, place your items in a shopping cart and request total from seller, then I will send the invoice. Since shipping fees have increased the amount shown on some older listings is no longer valid. Starting in 2021 eBay will impose a VAT tax on all sales to Europe. We are no longer able to place a low or false value on customs declaration forms. Unless you buy insurance we are not held responsible if the package is lost, stolen or damaged. Once the parcel leaves the United States we have no control over it! Buy at your own risk no refunds will be granted for any reason. Buyers in the USA, Media Mail is very slow, you may choose another service for a higher shipping fee! We have no control over the USPS or for that matter any other carrier, you may wish to pay for insurance that cost will be added to your order upon request.


12 x 12 x 6 inch box = $8.00 (up to six 78rpm records)

14 x 14 x 7 inch box = $10.00 (up to two 12-inch 78rpm album sets)

LP Mailers = $6.80


12 x 12 x 6 inch box = $27.80 (for one 10-inch 78rpm record) add $10.00 for each additional disc.

14 x 14 x 7 inch box = $39.80 (for one 12 inch 78rpm record) add $12.00 for each additional disc.

14 x 14 x 7 inch box = $55.00 (for one 12 inch 78rpm album set of no more than four records)

14 x 14 x 7 inch box = $75.00 (for one 12 inch 78rpm album set of five records or more)

LP Mailers = $24.80 (for one LP)


We have shipped thousands of fragile 78rpm shellac records, we use brand new materials with cardboard supports, placed in a plastic bag, and centered in box with packing corn surrounding the disc. The disc is rubber-banded in between the cardboard supports. We try to get boxes with a 200 pound bursting rate, but when these are not available, we have a minimum standard or 75 pound bursting rate, we have used both with excellent results world wide!


We try and ship within four days, but we can not guarantee for certain any shipping time, eBay says four days, but that's not what we say! There are factors such as shipping supplies availability. The most important consideration for shipping 78rpm is taking our time in the warehouse, pulling the discs from the supply shelves, carefully handling and packaging the fragile disc! We are not the Amazon robots and we will not rush packing jobs with fragile 78rpm records! Here “slow” is a must! We take a little more time to make sure the record is not broken during this process.


(Variables such as groove luster, sound quality, wear and abuse are taken into consideration.) 

Since most 78rpm records are made of shellac, unlike vinyl, they can look bad but still sound good!

P – Poor

G – Good plus or minus (a good record is NOT a “Good” record at all!)

VG – Very Good

VG+ - Very Good Plus

E – Excellent Minus

E – Excellent

E+ Excellent Plus

E+/NM- Excellent Plus Near Mint Minus

NM - Near Mint Minus

NM – Near Mint

M – Mint

S – Sealed (for LPS)