THE COLUMBUS PHARAOHS - Give Me Your Love - 45 rpm - Esta 290

Sold Date: January 30, 2022
Start Date: August 8, 2021
Final Price: $100.00 (USD)
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The Columbus Pharaohs

Give Me Your Love / China Girl

Esta 290

Grade: G+ (plays clean)

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All records shipped next business day upon receipt of confirmed payment. Packed securely in professional cardboard mailers with paper and plastic sleeve. Some records are photographed in a brown sleeve for best contrast and may not be shipped in such.

Unless noted, all records are original pressings.

My Grading Scale ...............

10 (Mint-) My highest grade, a gem quality like new disc with full blazing gloss. Why Mint- and not Mint? Even brand new records are not always absolutely perfect so I don't like to call them that even though they may actually be. 

9 (Near Mint) Virtually performs and looks like a new disc that may have been played and handled a minimum amount. Full gloss still present with possibly a few insignificant marks on the vinyl.

8 (VG++) A very well cared for disc. Shows minor signs of use like some very light paper scuffs or just a hint of groove wear. Vinyl still retains most of its original gloss and plays superb.

7 (VG+) Still a cared for disc, though showing more signs of use such as more light scuffs and/or groove wear, possibly some hairline scratches that are not feelable or affect play.  Vinyl retains a majority of its original gloss and playback fidelity is still excellent.

6 (VG to VG+) The middle ground for vinyl. For an understanding of this in-between grade, please read the description for both (7) VG+ and (5) VG.

5 (VG) Often the most misunderstood and misrepresented grade in the industry.  My VG's are clean playing discs. Vinyl displays more scuffs and scratches but gloss is still present.  Playback still has nice fidelity. There may be some light surface noise on certain low level recordings or on softer passages, but it will be even and not distracting to the listening experience.

4 (VG-) Vinyl has many more scuffs and scratches, some will still have gloss left,  others may not. Many of these often play quite well and make very acceptable fillers until a better one comes along. After test playing, I will usually mark these as plays clean or plays OK (very acceptable). If not noted, disc may playback with some minor surface noise and/or ticks.

3 (G+) Basically the same as a G grade but like the VG-, the playback far surpasses its looks.

2 (G) Typical flea market variety that probably hasn't seen a sleeve most of its life. Expect some surface noise, ticks, etc. but does play through with no skips.

1 (Fair to Poor) Don't expect to see hardly anything offered in this grade.  Unless truly rare, would be more appropriate for skeet shooting.