BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto Leonid Kogan Italy Columbia 1960 LP (UK SAX 2386) EX+!

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BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto Leonid Kogan Italy Columbia 1960 LP  UK SAX 2386  EX
Auction Details:
Code ID
#361940
Ebay Item #
224172094368
Sold Price
$989.06
Bids
25
Auction End date
04 Oct 2020
Seller Location
Frederiksberg C

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Item Description

Beethoven / Violin Concerto / Leonid Kogan, Italy 1960 SAXQ 7308, Italian equilavent to the UK Columbia SAX 2386 LP. Extremely rare Italian original of this classic Holy Grail Leonid Kogan LP. VINYL is EXCELLENT++, visually perfect MINT-, but does play with a couple of light tics in 2-3 spots, overall superb EXCELLENT sound. COVER is EXCELLENT++, close to perfect, see pics. 


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SHIPPING

14 GBP flat rate with tracking, for 1-5 LPs worldwide. 4-6 LPs 28 GBP.  

PACKING

Special UK-made extra-stiff-mailers designed for multiple LPs are used, even for single LP packages. The boxes are oversized and thus provide extra corner protection as well as great stiffness to the package. Addtional protection may also be used when found nessesary, such as stiffeners, bubble-wrap, extra corner-protection. I do not charge anything for packing materials.

GRADINGS

MINT(-) is as close to new as a used LP or cover can get, unplayed or played 1-2 times at most with no visual signs of use on surfaces.

MINT- is superb, almost like new. No marks, scratches, clicks, noise, or anything else, aside from possibly a barely visible and inaudible hairline or two. All minor blemishes will be mentioned in the individual descriptions.

EX or EXCELLENT is also VERY nice, 2-3 light inaudible marks/hairlines perhaps, no disturbing noise, great sound quality.

VG+ is nice with light hairlines, a few marks maybe. Please see individual notes in case of VG+ or lower gradings.

VG is Well used but still very enjoyable. See individual notes on the item in question.

G is not great, many marks and scracthes, but still playable. Most parts of LP should still be OK to listen to.