LOT OF 14
SEVERAL DIFFERENT LABELS:PEERLESS,RCA VICTOR,IDEAL,FALCON, AND AZTECA
I HAVE INCLUDED THE ARTIST AND "A" SIDE OF THE RECORD AND CATALOG NUMBER
HERMANAS PADILLA~MORIR TOMANDO RCA VICTOR 6150
JORGE FERNANDEZ~FALLASTE CORAZON PEERLESS 4248
JUANITA Y MARIA MENDOZA~LA BARCA MARINA AZTECA 5009
DUETO AZTECA~BARAJAS MARCADAS AZTECA 253
LOS MADRUGADORES~LA ZENAIDA IMPERIAL 169
LOS MORENOS~ME PIDEN IMPERIAL 146
LOS MADRUGADORES~TODO SE PAGA IMPERIAL 287
CARMEN Y LAURA~CONTESTACION A MUJER PASEDA IDEAL 1182
CARMEN Y LAURA~PENJAMO IDEAL 781
BETO VILLA~MI PECOSITA IDEAL 397
TRIO DOMINO~BESEME UD FALCON 521 (MISSION,TEXAS)
LUIS PEREZ MEZA~GORRIONCITO PECHO AMARILLO FALCON 355
HERMANAS CANTU~CUALQUIER TUMBA IS IGUAL FALCON 584
HERMANAS SEGOVIA~CHAPARRITA LINDA FALCON 452RECORDS ALL COME SLEEVED
RANGE IN CONDITION FROM VG TO VG+
LABELS SHOW MINOR WEAR,SOME SHOW WEAR AROUND CENTER HOLE
SOME LABELS HAVE PARTIAL STICKERS ON ONE SIDE. SOME HAVE A DASH OF FINGERNAIL VARNISH.
YOUR RECORDS WILL BE PACKED WITH CARE.
PLEASE EMAIL ME WITH QUESTIONS,CHEERS!
Mint (M) Perfect Condition, which basically means that it is as good as new, literally. The vinyl has to look new and sound as though it was never played, and the cover has to look untouched. Some argue that the only mint records are brand new unopened ones still in their original packing.
Excellent (EX or VG++) Vinyl should still play with no skips of any kind. There can be some very minor surface scuffs, but they should not affect the sound quality. The record sleeve can have some minor ring wear but it should be mostly in good shape. Also, there can be some minor creases in the corners but no splits in the seams.
Using the word fair for this quality of record is, in the opinion of JRS, too generous and not recommended since it may be misleading. Records described as fair (F) or Poor (P) in the Goldmine grading system are ones that are basically unlistenable. Surface noise, skips and pops make hearing what's on the record nearly impossible, if not completely impossible. The cover is falling apart, torn, and has writing all over it. The only reason to keep it would be if the record is extremely rare or you want to eventually melt the vinyl and shape it into an ashtray.