State of document: average the posters can present traces of restoration, small lacks in the margins, some brown spots or other, marks of folds, traces tears in the margins or the surface of the poster, down colors. State of the document: average state down the posters can present traces of restoration, gaps in the margins or the surface of the poster, brown spots or others, markings of folds, traces of decays in the margins or the surface of the poster, colors very unclean. State of document: average down the posters can have traces of restoration, lacks in the margins or the surface of the poster, some brown spots or other, marks of folds, traces of tears in the margins or the surface of the poster, very insolated colors.
State of the disc: the disc is still under its original packaging record grading: the record is still packed and sealed state of the cover: the disc is still under its original packaging. Cover grading: the record is still packed and sealed.
State of the disc: the disc is absolutely perfect, like new, but it is no longer sealed record grading: the record is in brand new condition, absolutely perfect condition of the cover: the cover is like new, but it is no longer sealed & eacute; e. Cover grading: cover and extra documents like lyric sheet, booklet or poster are in perfect condition. State of the disc: the disc is perfect.A friction can be found on the disc, but must be really less. There must be no effect on the sound quality of the record grading record: an almost mint record, virtually flawless, almost perfect. A very minor scuff can appear on the record. This will be more likely to have occurred during packaging, it should be done without any noise over the flaw. The pouch is perfect, but it can have very minimal signs of wear. On the other hand, the artistic design or the photo of the cover must be as impeccable as possible. Cover grading: the cover should look as close to perfect Minor impressions to the cover may be acceptable, however the artwork should be as close to perfect as can be. State of the disc: the disc shows signs of having been played (sensible light marks), but the loss of sound quality is little audible record grading: the record shows some signs of being played, but there is very much lessening in sound quality state of the cover: the cover may have some discreet traces and / or small folds.
Cover grading: the cover and packaging might have slight wear but excellent appearance overall. Disk Status: This is the most common state of second-hand disks. The discs have scratches that do not affect the sound quality in an annoying way, but some cracklings are + or - audible record grading: most common condition for records. The cover shows clear signs of handling: slightly horny ends, folds, price tag. It may also be in perfect condition but has a poinson or beveled end.
Cover grading: cover shows some hanling imperfection like normal wear and tear, price tag, creasing ... Cover can also be in mint condition but there is a dj or promo copy stamp or cut in the corner.
State of the disc: the signs of the age are present. There are some noise (pops and crackles) but no skips or major warps state of the cover: the cover is worn with folds, marks, detachments, wear of the edges, discolorations, a circular mark beginning of the disc on the cover.
Cover grading: cover suffers from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discoloration .. state of the disc: disc still in condition acceptable to be sold. Listening, it does not jump because of scratches, but the cracks due to wear are present, and scratches on the surface are visible record grading: the record can be put on a turntable and will play through without skipping . Butt and scratches and visible groove wear state of the pouch: pouch and pouch with many defects due to time and wear, especially on the edge and sides. They can be held by tape or covered with stickers, especially at the bottom or on the spine.Tape, writing, ring wear or other defects will start to overwhelm the object. State of the disc: the quality of the sound is deteriorated by the numerous readings, there is breath, jumps and / or cracks repeated and harmful. There is practically no distinction between the grooves of record grading: the record has been played so much that the noticeably deteriorated quality, with some distortion and mild scratches, skips or major warps and the cover: the condition of the cover is close to that of g with more writings, a paper curled up because of moisture, tears on the edges ... Cover grading: the cover and contents is torn, stained and / or defaced, and / or there also can be some writing on it.
State of the disc: the disc is no longer playable correctly because of too many scratches and surface defects. The disc can be broken; in this case it deserves its place in the catalog only if it is rare record grading: the record does not play properly due to scratches, bad surface noise, etc ... Unless it is something very rare it is not worth listing in this condition state of the cover: the cover is very damaged with tears, traces and marks of wear everywhere. Cover grading: the cover and contents are badly damaged or Cover can also be missing. The item \The seller is \This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.