Industrialyzer - Blimey Who - Combination Research - KR025. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Industrialyzer - Blimey Combination Research - KR025 1 x Vinyl 12 - Feb 2008 ::: Media Grading: Near Mint (NM or M-) / Sleeve Grading: Generic - Comments:!!!!Near Mint (NM or M-). Gold mine standard - Meets the standard of CD and record collectors around the world Generic / Neutral : Neutral sleeve (mostly black or white hole cover). Absolutely perfect - NEW - for sure never played and may still be sealed. The record shows no signs of use.
A single cover must really only have minimal signs of use and an Lp cover must not have any chipped corners, folds or similar defects. The same applies to inserts such as posters, text sheets or the like.
Very Good + (VG +). Has visible signs of use, but has been well maintained by the previous owner. The record surface can show minimal signs of wear (from playing), but these do not impair listening pleasure.Slight bulges that do not affect playback are okay. The label may have slight (not really noticeable) discoloration. The center hole should not be widened. Single-picture sleeves and Lp inner sleeves may have slight signs of use. LP album sleeves may have slight signs of usage and a cut-out hole is justifiable.
On the whole, a very good + record is in a very good condition that is worth collecting for almost all collectors. Many of the shortcomings of a VG + plate appear more pronounced here. Slight noise can occur during playback, especially in quiet passages and during the intro, but this does not'overpower' the music. Slight groove wear can be present as well as slight scratches (which can be felt with a fingernail) that can also be heard during playback.
Defects such as stickers or lettering can appear on the labels. The same applies to LP album covers and single picture covers.Good (G) and Good + (G +). Good does not mean bad! A plate in good condition "can" go through without sticking, it will have considerable noise, some scratches and clearly visible signs of wear. Album covers and single picture sleeves are popped open and have kinked corners. Stickers, labels and the like spread out on the same. If it is not really rare, it is better to wait for a better condition - but if you have been looking for it for ages and the price is right, you should take the chance. WoL = labeled label (s) WoC = labeled cover (s) SoL = sticker (s) on label (s) SoC = sticker (s) on cover (s). Gold mine standard - meets the standard of CD and vinyl record collectors around the world.
Generic / Neutral : Neutral sleeve (almost black or white colored). Absolutely perfect in every way.Certainly never been played, possibly even still sealed. Near Mint (NM) : A nearly perfect record.
Many dealers do not want to give a grade higher than this implying. The record should show no signs of wear. An LP cover should have no gaps, folds, seam splits or other noticeable similar defects.
And of course, the same should be true of any other inserts, such as posters, lyric sleeves and the like. Basically, on LP in near mint condition looks as if you just got it from a new record store and removed the shrink wrap. Near Mint is the highest price listed in all Goldmine price guides. Generally worth 50 percent of the near mint value.
A Very Good Plus record will show some signs that it has been played and otherwise handled. Record surfaces may show some signs of wear and may have slight scuffs or very light scratches. Slight warps that do not affect the sound are "OK". The label may have some ring wear or discoloration, but it should be barely noticeable.The center hole will not have been misshapen by repeated play. Picture sleeves and LP inner sleeves will have some slight wear, lightly turned up corners, or a slight seam split. An LP cover may have slight signs of wear and may be marred by a cut-out hole, indentation or corner. In general, if not for a couple things wrong with it, this would be near mint. All but the most mint-crazy collectors want to find a very good record highly acceptable.
Generally worth 25 percent of Near Mint value. VG + record wants to be more pronounced in a VG disc. Surface noise will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song's intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise.
Groove wear wants to start to be noticeable, as with light scratches that will affect the sound. Generally worth 10-15 percent of the near mint value. Good does not mean bath!A record in good or good condition can play through without skipping. It wants to have significant surface noise and scratches and visible wear (on a styrene record, the groove wants to start to groove to turn white). A cover or sleeve wants to have seam splits, especially at the bottom or on the spine.
Tape, writing, ring wear or other defects wants to start to overwhelm the object. It is a common item, you'll probably find another copy in better shape eventually. But, if it's something you've been looking for for years, and it's just right, get it...But keep looking at upgrade. Shorthand symbols : WoL = written / writting on label (s) WoC = written / writting on cover (s) SoL = sticker (s) on label (s) SoC = sticker (s) on cover (s). Germany : CDs 1 - 30,000g = 5.99 euros Vinyl 7 " 1 - 30,000g = 5.99 euros Vinyl 10 " 1 - 30,000g = 5.99 euros Vinyl 12 1 - 30,000g = 5.99 euros.
Weight per unit : 7 "= 60g 10 "= 135g 12 = 230g CD = 85g Packaging material = about 100g. European Union - EU : 001g to 400g = 9.99 euros 401g to 800g = 13.99 euros 801g up to 30,000g = 15.99 euros. Rest of World - ROW : 001g to 400g = 9.99 euros 401g to 800g = 13.99 euros 801g to 1,800g = 21.99 euros 1,801g up to 5,000g = 39.99 euros 5.001g up to 10.000g = 69.99Euro 10,001g up to 20,000g = 89.99 euros 20.00g up to 30,000g = 119.99 euros. Weight of each format : 7 "= 60g 10 "= 135g 12 = 230g CD = 85g our packing material = about 100g.This item is in the category "Music\Vinyl Records".direct" and is located in this country: DE.
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