DINOSAUR not JR 1st debut LP Homestead 85 rare KBD punk orig j mascis barlow - rare vinyl collector item


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DINOSAUR (not JR.) 1st debut LP Homestead '85 rare KBD punk orig j mascis barlow

DINOSAUR not JR 1st debut LP Homestead 85 rare KBD punk orig j mascis barlow
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#21957
Ebay Item #
291174526015
Sold Price
$129.00
Bids
1
Auction End date
05 Feb 2017
Seller Location
Los Angeles, California

Item Description

DINOSAUR (not JR.) 1st debut LP Homestead '85 rare KBD punk orig j mascis lou barlow etc, orig first vinyl lp hms015, nm lp, ex shape cover with corner cut. This is a copy of DINOSAUR JR's first album when they were still called DINOSAUR, released in 1985 on Homestead Records as HMS 015. The record is shiny black nm and PLAYS near mint! cover is excellent, no seamsplits or ringwear. RARE OOP! ORIG!

Paypal Only Please. Ships in sturdy cardboard.


Domestic Shipping Rates for media mail are $3.50 for first record and $1 for each extra. Priority Mail is $7 for first record and $1 for each extra.

International Shipping Rates are $15 for first LP/12"/10" + $3 for each additional. This includes UK, Europe, Japan, Austrialia, South America, Etc.

Canada is: $12 for first record and $1.50 for each extra Lp/12"/10"


Vinyl grading is usually based on the Goldmine standard and is as follows:

“SS” Still Sealed – For the collector that demands nothing but perfection.

“M” Mint - a near perfect, or unplayed record.

“NM” Near Mint - in factory fresh condition, like new.

EX+ - close to like new with only superficial signs of use that don't affect play. Will satisfy all but the most vain and demanding collector.

EX - a used, reasonable copy. Shows slight signs of wear.

VG+ - There will be obvious signs of wear and the possibility a few skuffs and/or light surface noise between tracks or during quiet passages, but still quite nice.

VG - significant wear and marks and usually quite noticeable surface noise,still plays great.

Good - In the record world, "Good" is not good! From here on down, we're talking about beat-up records!