Lot of 10 – 78rpm Big Band Jazz Swing Records HARRY JAMES & HIS ORCHESTRA

Sold Date: November 30, 2020
Start Date: November 30, 2020
Final Price: $20.00 (USD)
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Lot of 10 78rpm Big Band Jazz & Swing Records on the Columbia Label by Harry James and his Orchestra to enjoy on your Victrola or Juke Box. Records will be sent in protective paper sleeves. Records Grade from: E+ to E-. Titles are:

1. Misirlou/Minka

2. Don't Take Your Love From Me/Duke's Mixture

3. One Dozen Roses/You're Too Good For Good-For-Nothing Me

4. Easy/Friar Rock

5. The Beaumont Ride/Why Does It Get So Late So Early

6. Record Session/Nothin'

7. J. P. Dooley III/Jughead

8. Day Dreaming/He's A-1 In The Army and He's A-1 In My Heart

9. Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie/The Devil Sat Down And Cried

10. B-19/I Don't Want To Walk Without You


Grading Code:

N- "New minus.", Best possible sample. No wear and minimal effects of age. Minimal

factory "defects" as well: super clean.

E+ "Excellent plus.", Slightly below N or N-. No wear, and again minimal effects of

age. Will have slightly more factory "defects" than N or N- (surface noise, clicks,

pops etc.)

E "Excellent.", some slight evidence of age or handling (fine scratches, scuffs, rubs).

Minimal groove wear. May have some slight surface noise as a function of the

aging of the material from which the record was made (not excessive). May show

some very minor grey traces in grooves.

E- "Excellent minus." Very close to "E" but with slightly more wear from handling

and age. Still minimal groove wear from playing. But, again may show some minor

gray traces.

E-/V+ Threshold for the beginning of noticeable groove wear. Plus more of the usual

culprits: scratches, scuffs, abrasions etc. A record grades E-/V+ does not look

"good" in the way "E" graded records do. E-/V+ plays very nicely though - except some surface noise.

V+ "Very good plus." Obvious wear, but not excessive. Slightly more surface noise.

Not as choice as the higher grades, but what one would expect of a record that

was actually used for many years. And can be still quite enjoyable.

V "Very Good." As "very good" implies the record will still play quite well. However,

there is more wear and tear than with "V+" grade. There is moderate surface


G & F G "Good." Serviceable but not great. Quite a bit of wear. F "Fair." Means fair -

and that's pretty well worn.

Double pluses and minuses are used when needed to more accurately describe a record's

condition (e.g. E-- or E++). A grade/grade (e.g. E/E-) indicates a grade in between the two

grades (e.g. excellent and excellent minus). It does not refer to grades for the different sides of a double sided record


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