How do you grade this?

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Post by AJAX » Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:21 pm

chris98 wrote:Great ideas and points. You guys were right, after looking at the records under a brighter light, you can see it much better. Thanks for everyone My advice would be,pick up a record player,turntable,buy a new stylus,needle for it and" Enjoy" it while you are grading it. I have two turntables that I picked up at garage sales that work well.

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Post by mayerr » Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:42 pm

Records are evaluated by both the cover and the record in unison. Same applies for 45s and 78s. Record collectors always will base it on cover grade, record grade, sealed/unsealed, demand and number of pressings. Hope this helps!

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