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FREE SHIPPING for Orders Over $50 (US Media Mail Only.) Order $50.00 or more (in records, not including shipping costs) and they'll be shipped US Media Mail at no charge.
4 Albums Ship for $4, Up to 20 Albums ship for $6 (US Media Mail Only. In this deal, multi-record albums and LP Lots count as single albums. This shipping discount will not be applied automatically - click 'buy it now' for the albums and request a combined invoice, or pay the full invoice with shipping and we'll refund the overpaid shipping when the albums are mailed.).
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If you want numerous items, make a reasonable offer and I’ll consider bundling a custom Lot with a ‘buy-it-now’ option (including negotiable shipping charge.) The worst that can happen is I say "no, thanks." More likely I’ll make a counter-offer, and we can go from there. When making an offer: please send a list of the album artists/titles and prices as listed in the store so I can easily calculate the difference without a long scavenger-hunt. HINT - I don't accept offers of half or less of the item cost. 20% or even 30% off is a good place to start.
Shipping - I love getting records in the mail, and I can't stand it when they're badly packed. My packing policy is “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” I believe a cover exists to protect the vinyl, so I ship the record in the cover unless you specify otherwise.
International Shipping – Please ask for the shipping cost before bidding/buying - there are options. I don't charge much more than the actual shipping cost. The "tracking number" for a first class international package only tracks the item to the edge of the US, and I can't take responsibility for records getting lost in the mail after that. If you want international tracking, that will be an extra shipping charge.
Albums are Visually Graded, Record, then Cover, followed by any specific notes, modifying the grading description. If you have questions beyond the description given, please ask. PLEASE REMEMBER these are records, not mp3's - even a record that looks perfect may have some noise, even skips, that's part of the vinyl experience.
Mint (M) All-around perfect, no signs of use.
Near Mint (NM or M-) Nearly perfect. Record has barely been played, if ever. Cover has no creases, seam splits or other defects.
Very Good Plus (VG+) Record has been played but well cared for. Vinyl may show slight scuffs or light scratches but should not skip. Label may show ring-wear or discoloration. Cover may show slight wear, minor creases and/or writing.
Very Good (VG) Record has been played a lot (but not played to death), has scuffs and scratches. Label and cover show signs of wear, may have writing, tape/stickers, seam-wear. Pretty standard “used record.”
Good (G), Good Plus (G+) Record shows significant signs of wear, but still playable (with some snap-crackle-pop and possible skips.) Cover may have creases, seam splits, writing, tape/stickers, moisture damage.
Poor (P), Fair (F) Record is cracked, badly warped, toddlerized, may have been used in a game of ultimate frisbee. Cover is badly damaged, has split seams, heavily marked, water damage...this item is not just used, it's been USED UP.
Flash! – my camera flash usually shows up in these images (no, my albums don’t all have white splotches on them.)