....ORIGINAL 1965 45 rpm....DETROIT NORTHERN SOUL....rare record....
ORIGINAL: ERNSTRAT RECORDS 495 45 rpm
MATRIX (etched): 495A Nashville Matrix 94 / 495B Nashville Matrix 94
CONDITION (Please see grading table below for definitions):
***THIS 45 rpm IS PLAY-GRADED***
45: M- (beautiful condition, possibly unplayed before I tested it....plays nicely on my Denon - any questions at all...please ask) LABEL: EX/NM (...S1: NM....S2: EX - faint storage type rubs to white label this side....see photos)
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***All records are shipped in proper record mailers with cardboard inserts for extra protection***
Grading (PLEASE READ SO THERE ARE NO SURPRISES)
All records are carefully graded. In an attempt to give customers an accurate impression of condition rather than adhere to somewhat arbitrary criteria, I give an "overall presentation" grade, supplemented when necessary with additional remarks (which is more often than not). Please refer to my grading system below for a more detailed explanation as well as my general comments above in the grading description. Most items will be play-graded and/or sampled.
Sealed: still factory sealed….any defects will be noted Mint: Like new or near new with only one or two small insignificant defects Near Mint/M-: Extremely nice….generally any defects will be superficial and will be detailed VG++: Still a very nice record with all or nearly all of its original gloss but may have a few more light, surface marks, hairlines, needle tracks or the like VG+: A nice, but used record that may have a series of light scuffs or scratches. It probably plays with a some pops VG: A well-used record that still should sound OK when played, but may have moderate surface noise, pops, and even a possible skip. VG-: A very well-worn record that plays through, probably has skipping and snap, crackle, pop Good: Probably will play through but with much in the way of surface noise, pops, crackles, skips etc. Fair: You're getting this record just to own – generally listed due to rarity regardless of condition Poor: The sky's the limit as far as condition in the negative sense – generally listed due to rarity regardless of condition
There are really too many possible defects regarding covers to be as specific in my definitions as I had been with my record grades. But please keep in mind these general grading guidelines as I will use the above grading format with general specific comments as to condition, etc.
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