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Marnie Stern, The Chronicles Of Marnia, Kill Rock Stars KRS 566 Sealed Vinyl LP. 2013

 

 
12 inch vinyl LP. UPC  759656056618. Still factory Sealed.

Vinyl is M still sealed ...... Cover is NM.

 

 

RECORD GRADING SCALE (5/2014)

Mint (M) … Seldom used grade, especially for used vinyl, for records that are absolutely perfect but not necessarily sealed.Near Mint (NM)… This is the highest grade generally given. This will be a nearly perfect record that will show no obvious signs of wear or other defects. LP covers will be nearly perfect with no seam splits, cut-out holes, creases, stickers, writing, general wear or other defects. EP and 45 rpm sleeves will also be free of all but the most minor defect.Excellent (EX)…  Record will show only very minor defects and generally not more than one. This is still a very nice record that will play perfectly. Only minor flaws allowed on records or sleeves.Very Good + (VG+) … Record will show some signs of use or handling but it has been well taken care of. Expect to see small defects like light scuffing, light scratches, minor label wear, small markings on label. Record will still play well without noise. Covers will have some wear on surface or edges, bruised corners, small seam split, small markings, small stickers but generally not a combination of defects.Very Good (VG) … Record will have a little heavier wear with maybe a little noise between tracks and soft passages but not enough to overwhelm the music. May have heavier small scratches but record will play through. Labels may have more obtrusive markings, tape or stickers.  Covers may be more heavily worn, markings, stickers, cut-out defects or a couple of more minor defects.Good (G) … Moving to the lower end quality wise and the defects will be more prominent or there may be multiple defects. Should still be playable and covers will be a little rough.Poor (P) … Generally this record is in the trash but it may be a hard to find piece that still has some value due to rarity. Don’t expect much.
Note:  Generally if there is a significant defect it will be noted along with the grading code.