Sick Things 7 Committed To Suicide KBD Australian punk Dirty Three 1981 - rare vinyl collector item


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Sick Things 7” Committed To Suicide KBD Australian punk Dirty Three.1981

Sick Things 7 Committed To Suicide KBD Australian punk Dirty Three1981
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#15747
Ebay Item #
311732405466
Sold Price
$131.83
Bids
1
Auction End date
13 Nov 2016
Seller Location
Queen Victoria Building, NSW

Item Description


Sick Things
7” Committed To Suicide B/w Police
Members of Dirty Three
# 192/300
1981 recording
Disc is VG++
Cover is VG+ paper cover has a tiny amount of age wear
And a small tear on the upper middle (see photo


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Goldmine Magazine Record Grading Standard
Mint Perfect, flawless. Legitimate sellers seldom use this grade. When a record is truly Mint, it deserves (and receives) a large premium over other grades.
M- or NRMT (Mint Minus or Near Mint) – Usually the highest grade. Records from the 1950s & 60s in this condition are truly rare.
VG++ (Very Good Plus Plus) – Beautiful collectible condition. Only the slightest of wear, certainly no deep scratches.

VG+ (Very Good Plus) - Great condition. Well cared for.
VG (Very Good) – Still good condition, but more wear than VG+.
VG- (Very Good Minus) - Generally not collectible condition, unless it’s a super rare record. Most dealers avoid records in this shape or below.
G (Good) – Lots of wear, but still playable. The most confusing grade! Good really does not mean good. It is actually quite poor condition.
F

Goldmine Magazine Record Grading Standard
Mint Perfect, flawless. Legitimate sellers seldom use this grade. When a record is truly Mint, it deserves (and receives) a large premium over other grades.
M- or NRMT (Mint Minus or Near Mint) – Usually the highest grade. Records from the 1950s & 60s in this condition are truly rare.
VG++ (Very Good Plus Plus) – Beautiful collectible condition. Only the slightest of wear, certainly no deep scratches.

VG+ (Very Good Plus) - Great condition. Well cared for.
VG (Very Good) – Still good condition, but more wear than VG+.
VG- (Very Good Minus) - Generally not collectible condition, unless it’s a super rare record. Most dealers avoid records in this shape or below.
G (Good) – Lots of wear, but still playable. The most confusing grade! Good really does not mean good. It is actually quite poor condition.
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