I've decided to sell more of my albums that I've been collecting for over 30 years. This one is by The Innocents, titled, "Innocently Yours." There is what appears to be evidence of weakening of the bottom seam, but it doesn't appear to be split. There are no taped seams and no writing or stains on the cover. I give it a VG+ grade. The record looks to be in beautiful condition. I'd give the entire package a grade of VG++.
I only accept Paypal as my method of payment. If you’re the winning bidder, as soon as I receive payment I will leave positive feedback and ship your album out the next business day. I use USPS Media Mail for anything mailed in the U.S. Outside the United States I use USPS International First Class. If, after you receive the album, you are not happy with your purchase, you may return it in the condition it was received and I will return your money. You have 10 business days in the U.S. and 30 business days outside the United States.
Packaging: Here’s how I package records for mailing. First, let me say, the record is never in the cover – ever! Even on my shelf, in my collection, I do not put the record in the cover. IF YOU PURCHASE ONE RECORD – I double wrap the cover and record together in bubble wrap. I then tape bubble wrap corner pieces to protect the corners from being damaged. I then place slightly over-sized cardboard on each side, and tightly tape the cardboard to the bubble wrapped record. I then slide it into a large bubble wrap envelope, seal it and tape it. IF YOU PURCHASE TWO RECORDS - I place a sheet of bubble wrap between the records and follow the same packaging procedure as if you purchase one record. IF YOU PURCHASE THREE OR MORE RECORDS – I ship them in a large cardboard box. I place a protective bubble wrap sheet between each record and then bubble wrap them together and putting bubble wrap corner pieces on each of the packages four corners. I then tape slightly over-sized cardboard to each side, wrap again in bubble wrap with large bubbles and place in the box. I secure the wrapped albums so they won’t slide around, and then tape the box up. They’re ready to go.