IR 9016: I.R.S., 1980. RE-1/RE-1. Lightly played, lightly marked vinyl with clean playing surface. Picture sleeve with lyrics insert. I.R.S., Stereo, Made in England.
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LSC-2462: RCA Victor, 1961. Matte cover, heavy edge wear and aging, backing separated from cover halfway across the top edge and about two inches along the bottom edge, former handwritten vendor sticker affixed to the front. Glossy vinyl in paper sleeve. No spindle marks, appears unplayed. RCA Victor UR2 shaded...
LS-759: First Edition. Glossy cover, still mostly sealed apart from the opening edge, light wear. Glossy vinyl in original paper sleeve. No spindle marks, light scuffing, appears unplayed. First Edition Records blue label with silver lettering.
ML 5198: Columbia Masterworks. 1C/1D. Glossy black cover with painting by Gray Foy. Light rubbing on edges of cover. Top right corner of cover beginning to split, approximatley 1/2 centimeter. Cover is split at bottom middle of cover, approximately 4 centimeters. Glossy vinyl playing surface with few spindle marks. Made...
LSC 2490: RCA Victor, 1961. 6S/11S. Glossy cover with photograph of Piatigorsky with cello. Light rubbing on all four corners, along with aging on spine. Blue pen marks on bottom right corner of back cover, "6N283." Glossy vinyl with few spindle marks. RCA Victor Living Stereo, Red Label, White Dog...
EMI, 1987. 1987 Remaster. Sealed 2 LP, shrink wrap starting to separate. Promo hole punched through top right corner. Stereo, digitally remastered His Master's Voice from EMI, Manufactured In The E.E.C. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
EN-01: Muzak. Unmarked vinyl with clean playing surface. Picture sleeve folds out vertically. Light sunning on back cover. Muzak, Stereo.
LSC-2695: RCA Victor, 1964. 16S/10S. Maroon cover with inlay painting of woman. Light sunning on top of front and back cover. Damaged spine, record number on top of spine is unreadable as a result. Glossy vinyl playing surface with few spindle marks. Made in US, RCA Victor, Shaded Dog, Dynagroove...
DTL 93083: London Ducretet Thomson. Illustrated glossy album cover, light wear to all edges, creasing to open edge, some peeling of lamination on back cover, half inch nick to bottom edge. Vinyl with no spindle marks, inaudible marks on first band, side one. Heavy vinyl, deep red label.
RST 2080: Reprise, 1972. Clean reel-to-reel 3 3/4 ips. Label pristine, tape-log postcard in box, tape vg, box has some edgewear and slight crack starting on one of the open edges. cover art vg+.
RUG41: Domino, 1995. PATIENCE/DAMON. Lightly played, lightly marked vinyl with clean playing surface. Picture sleeve. Domino, Stereo, Made in England.
SR90168: Mercury Records. RFR1/RFR2. Glossy illustrated album cover shows light wear to edges, corners are slightly bumped which has casued some bubbles in the lamination,white titles on black spine, former owners name written neatly near top edge of rear cover. Vinyl is in very good condition with burgandy Mercury label.....
LSC-2448: RCA Victor, 1960. Glossy cover, very light edge wear and aging. Glossy vinyl in paper sleeve, former vendor sticker affixed to label on side two. No spindle marks, light scuffing on both sides. RCA Victor UR6 white dog red label Living Stereo series. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
VICS-1494: RCA Victrola, 1970. Glossy cover, slight crushed/tearing damage to middle of right edge. Sealed. Single volume record. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
ZRG 701: Argo, 1973. 1G/1G. Unmarked vinyl with clean playing surface. Aging along length of right edge of front cover. Top of cover split from top right corner to top left corner. Argo, Stereo, Made in England.
LSC-2734: RCA Victor, 1964. Glossy red cover with image of Heifetz. Lightly rubbed edges and spine. Bottom right edge of sleeve split up to one inch. Glossy vinyl in original paper sleeve, lightly played. Slight pressing defect on label. US, White Dog, Stereo Red Label. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
PAO 8414: Capitol. First Issue. Gatefold Cover in very good condition, embossed, gold seal upper left corner, liner notes printed on inside page, cover glossy with minimal shelf wear, no splits, cuts or holes. Vinyl glossy with gold-rimmed green label, no noticeable spindle marks. Performed by the great Nathan Milstein.
UST 5195: United Artists. Silver label on reel pretty clean, Bell & Howell, postcard laid-in, reel vg, box with Guthrie photo vg, some rubbing on edges, intact.
414 183-1: Argo, 1985. Glossy 3 LP box set, libretto booklet enclosed; sealed, apart from small opening in seal on bottom right corner and edge; factory cut and some blue marker and tape partially obscuring the cut on front side.
SR90192: Mercury Records. FR4/FR2. Glossy white illustrated album cover shows mild wear to edges, lightly faded pink titles on spine, former owners name written neatly near top edge of rear cover. Vinyl is in very good condition with deep maroon label, glassine sleeve present.
SFTRI 35: Sympathy For The Record Industry. WET PANTIES/CALL ME. Lightly played vinyl with clean playing surface (vinyl one is red, vinyl two is blue). 3D picture sleeve by Ray Zone with 3D glasses. SFTRI, Stereo, Made In USA.
WL 5202: Westminster, 1953. Glossy cover, with edge wear and visible aging. Glossy vinyl in cellophane sleeve. No spindle marks, appears unplayed. Westminster maroon label UM2 series, second pressing.
PMC-7170: Quintessence, 1980. Glossy cover with light edge wear. Glossy vinyl in paper sleeve, no spindle marks, appears unplayed. Light yellow label with black text. Quintessence Critics Choice Series. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
SLPX 12506-08: Hungaroton, 1985. Vinyl. Very clean white box set with cover attached, slight aging, otherwise very good. Discs with yellow label, high sheen to records, no noticeable spindle marks, with book.
HDNF.27: Decca, 1970. 4 LPs with original program. First page of program marked with some pencil. Glossy cover with painting of Haydn. Price sticker affixed to top of spine. Glossy vinyls with few spindle marks. Stereo, Decca blue label, Made In England.