November 21, 2022
Start Date: November 14, 2022
Final Price: $49.99 (USD)
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Hi! You're looking at a good condition LP which is a VERY RARE and hard to find FIRST PRESSING 1970 album on the MGM Records label and the ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK for the classic Christmas cartoon "Frosty the Snowman" produced by ARTHUR RANKIN, Jr. and JULES BASS and narrated by JIMMY DURANTE, who also performs the classic title song. The LP is on the MGM Records label with the serial number SE-4733, is a Stereo issue and 1st PRESSING and was issued in the United States in 1970.
This album is in good condition and the vinyl is in VG- overall condition and should play through fairly well and has several scratches that can be felt, some light scratches, a few deep scuff and moderate scuffs and a number of paper scuffs which will produce some pops of varying durations at some points and likely intermittent background noise; the cover is in beautiful NEAR MINT condition a light ding on the lower spine tip and just very slight shelfwear otherwise but NO other significant flaws--it's NOT a cutout!
Vinyl Grading Standards (unless otherwise indicated, LPs are visually graded)
Mint (or M) – Sealed and effectively perfect with no signs of wear or ever having been played.
Near Mint -- A record with only the slightest evidence of ever having been handled.
Very Good Plus Plus (VG++) A very clean record that has no marks aside from slight scuffs and abrasions caused by removal from a paper inner sleeve or perhaps a few marks on the label caused by a turntable spindle.
Very Good Plus (VG+) A record that has had a number of plays and may have some superficial scuffs, possibly mild to moderate spindle marks and / or possibly hairline scratches on the vinyl, which may produce some intermittent pops and possibly very light background noise.
Very Good (VG) A record that has generally been well cared for, but has seen a fair amount of play, with some scuffing. hairline scratches, spindle marks and / or light scratches. Should play through well, with the possibility of more pops and more background noise.
Very Good Minus (VG-) A record with significant scuffs, scratches, and spindle marks that should play through with moderate pops and surface noise, possibly of some duration.
Good (G) A record with will play through, but with significant pops, substantial background noise, and possibly intermittent skipping.
Poor (P) A record with MAJOR issues that will interfere with play, and will possibly be unplayable in part due to damage (I'll only offer an LP in this condition if it's an extreme rarity and / or for cover art display purposes).