Original EKO label 1959 45.
Plays great, no issues.
SS Still Sealed
M Mint - Perfect in all ways.
M- Mint Minus - Near perfect, most likely and unplayed record
NM- Near Mint Minus - Extremely well cared for record. Probably a record that's been around for some years but extremely well looked after, but still not quite new enough to call Mint.
VG++ Very Good Plus - As close to NM as it comes.
VG+ Very Good Plus - Very close to like new with only superficial signs of use that do not affect playability. Only records stored and used with care will grade out to VG+.
VG Very Good - A used, reasonable copy that plays. There will be obvious signs of wear and the possibility of some light surface noise between tracks or during quiet passages, but still nice and playable.
VG- Very Good Minus - A record with significant wear and marks. Records graded VG-usually have some noticeable surface noise.
G+ Good Plus. 'Good' means pretty beat up. From here on down (Fair, Poor), we're talking about extremely beat up records.