IRON MAIDEN DEBUT ALBUM LP Very Rare TEST PRESS Stamped Matrix EMC3330 A1/B1 EX

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IRON MAIDEN DEBUT ALBUM LP Very Rare TEST PRESS Stamped Matrix EMC3330 A1 B1 EX
Auction Details:
Code ID
#31003
Ebay Item #
352697831247
Sold Price
$191.26
Bids
26
Auction End date
28 Jun 2019
Seller Location
Colne

Item Description

IRON MAIDEN DEBUT ALBUM LP Very Rare TEST PRESS Stamped Matrix EMC3330 A1/B1 1980 EX A must for any collector

MULTIPLE PURCHASES ONLY PAY POSTAGE ON THE FIRST ONE ANY EXTRA RECORDS PAID FOR AT THE SAME TIME ARE FREE TO THE UK ONLY 

OUTSIDE THE UK 1ST AT THE STATED PRICE THEN £2.00 FOR EACH EXTRA LP AND £0.75 EACH FOR EXTRA 7" 45s

We accept returns for any reason however we are unable to refund shipping costs unless the item is not as described.

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Goldmine Magazine Record Grading Standard

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.

EX Looks Mint at first glance but on closer examination there may be one or two very light surface marks  
 
VG++ (Very Good Plus Plus) ? Beautiful collectible condition. Only the slightest of 
wear, certainly no deep scratches.

VG+ (Very Good Plus) -

Great condition little bit more wear than VG++ Sleeves may have moderate shelf edge wear and light creasing but still look good
.

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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