KLETZKI Mahler: Das Lied Von Der Erde (W/G HMV ASD 351/ 352 UK 2 x LP) EX+ Audio

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KLETZKI Mahler  Das Lied Von Der Erde  W G HMV ASD 351  352 UK 2 x LP  EX  Audio
Auction Details:
Code ID
#361052
Ebay Item #
383637277363
Sold Price
$625.95
Bids
22
Auction End date
24 Jul 2020
Seller Location
Chelmsford, Essex

Item Description


   

Paul Kletzki/ The Philharmonia Orchestra
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Baritone)
Murray Dickie (Tenor)
Mahler: Das Lied Von Der Erde
Adagietto From Symphony No. 5

(HMV ASD 351/ 352 UK 2 x LP 1960)

 

This is an original 1960 UK Stereo 2 x LP pressing in very nice overall condition! The records look to be near unplayed! Playback is superb! Both LP's have a "Factory Sample" sticker on one label.
(HMV ASD 351 UK Stereo LP 1960) LP 1:
Has a front laminated flipback sleeve which has a large sized "Stereo" on the front. It comes with its original polythene-lined "Emitex" company inner sleeve.
There is a "Factory Sample" sticker on Side 1's label. The record is pressed on thick vinyl & has white & gold "HMV" labels. These are grooved also. It has 1st press 2YEA 390-4 and 2YEA 391-2 matrix numbers. 
Sleeve: There is some mild to more moderate fading to the white of the rear sleeve. There is some light, very minor or very mild rubbing wear to the corner tips. There is a very small sticker on the top flipback. This could easily be removed if desired. VG++ condition.

Vinyl: Superb! There are some very minor sleeve rubs which can be seen under a strong light. EX+ condition. The labels are in Very Near Mint condition and show next to no spindle wear. The company inner sleeve is in VG++ condition. There is some mild to more moderate fading. There is some light to very mild ringwear. There are no seam splits.
I have play tested this LP in its entirety & it plays Excellent+ overall, & Near Perfect in some places. There is some very minor crackle in a very few of the quietest places. Overall, a wonderful audio copy!
(HMV ASD 352 UK Stereo LP 1960) LP 2:
Has a front laminated flipback sleeve which has a large sized "Stereo" on the front. It comes with its original polythene-lined "Emitex" company inner sleeve.
There is a "Factory Sample" sticker on Side 4's label. The record is pressed on thick vinyl & has white & gold "HMV" labels. These are grooved also. It has 1st press 2YEA 392-2 and 2YEA 393-1 matrix numbers. 
Sleeve: There is some mild to more moderate fading to the white of the rear sleeve. There is some light, very minor or very mild rubbing wear to the corner tips. There is a very small sticker on the top flipback. This could easily be removed if desired. VG++ condition.

Vinyl: Superb! There are some very minor sleeve rubs which can be seen under a strong light. The polythene inner sleeve has left a small, thin & light surface poly-mark at the play in groove area on one side. EX condition. The labels are in Very Near Mint condition and show next to no spindle wear. The company inner sleeve is in VG++ condition. There is some mild to more moderate fading. There is some light to very mild ringwear. There are no seam splits.
I have play tested this LP in its entirety & it plays Excellent to Excellent+ overall, & Near Perfect in some places. There is some very minor crackle in a few of the quieter places. Overall, a wonderful audio copy!
I have some other rare UK Classical LP's for sale too. So please see my other listings. Don't miss out!
Traceable insurance is already included in the stated P&P price for this listing.
Discount is given on P&P for multiple purchases. I shall always weigh combined purchases to get a completely accurate price.  So please wait for the invoice to be sent before paying. We offer worldwide postage.

    >>  Grading Information All grading is very strict & adheres to 'Record Collector' specifications. However, I have fine tuned them & they are explained below. All vinyl is examined closely under a strong light & play tested.

MINT Condition = As good as a copy you would buy from a shop, immaculate!

NEAR MINT Condition = Very nearly mint just slightly under, maybe a couple of very, very light paper sleeve scuffs that can only be seen under strong light. SOME WOULD CLASS THIS AS MINT. This disc has been played a couple of times at most. Cover is virtually perfect - very minimal wear only.

EX Condition = A clean & tidy copy that shows virtually no defects. Maybe one or two light needle scuffs or light sleeve removal marks that can only be seen under strong light. There will be no scratches. Play will be near perfect with no distortion. Cover will be very nice with maybe very minimal creasing, ringwear or edgewear.

NEAR EX Condition = You can tell this record has been played a few times but it has been well cared for. There will be minor surface marks only; that barely detract from the sound quality. Cover may have slight creasing or ringwear. A very serviceable copy that you will be pleased with.

VG Condition = A well played but serviceable copy. There will be a few marks on the vinyl, but they won't be nasty scratches, just relatively light needle scuffs and sleeve removal marks, they will be noticeable but won't detract from play too much. Cover will show signs of storage/ ageing, e.g., creasing, slight folding, spinewear, ringwear or sticker tears. The record will not be trashed!!
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DISCOUNT WILL BE GIVEN ON POSTAGE FOR MULTIPLE ITEMS. SEE PRICES ABOVE.

All records will be sent in high quality vinyl mailers with at least two card stiffeners either side of the LP or 7". I use a cruciform box for larger orders (4-6 LPs). All parcels will be marked "Fragile" and dispatch time will generally be between 2-3 days after payment.

I will also remove the vinyl from the sleeve & place them in a re-sealable polythene sleeve. In order to prevent seam splits. Depending on the inner sleeve; I often remove the vinyl from the inner sleeve & place it in a separate plain paper, or polythene-lined, plain inner sleeve. I am very conscientious and careful when packaging your LP(s).

I consider my postage & packaging costs to be very transparent & very fair. Packaging costs will generally be between £0.80 to £1.50. I am not adding any further costs for handling, etc...

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