RL 25097: RCA Red Seal, 1977. English Import, red label with white and black text, glossy vinyl, no spindle marks; glossy cover, minor shelf-wear, no splits, cuts or holes. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
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LL-1171: London. Glossy cover, separated entirely along the top edge and about one inch down from the top left corner. Glossy vinyl in paper sleeve. No spindle marks, appears unplayed. London red label with gold text, first UK pressing.
Bm 30 L 1303/ 04: Barenreiter Musicaphom. Green illustrated album cover with white titles shows moderate wear to edges,1 1/2" split to top and bottom of spine . Preis sticker on front cover. Both vinyl records are in very good condition with no spindle marks, no scuffs, no scratches. has libretto.
LP 1614: Aries Records. Vinyl. Sealed record with cover in good shape.
Shit List Records. Lightly played green vinyl with clean playing surface. Picture sleeve. Shit List Records, Stereo.
LSC-2456: RCA Victor, 1994. Matte cover, light edge wear and aging. Glossy vinyl in paper sleeve. No spindle marks, appears unplayed. RCA Victor UE9 shaded dog red label stereo-orthophonic & tmk(s) Living Stereo series. Originally released in 1964. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
LDR 71029: London, 1981. Photo cover with shelf wear around edges, no splits, small round sticker afixed to back cover, tourquoise label, no spindle marks, vinyl has unplayed sheen, plastic-lined inner sleeve. Digital explanation insert.
6500 814: Philips, 1974. Glossy cover, small cut in bottom right corner, light edge wear and aging. Glossy vinyl in original paper sleeve. No spindle marks, appears unplayed. Philips ER1 series red label with flat silver lettering.
DG 2740 254: Deutsche Grammophon, 1981. 4 record box set, still in shrinkwrap with some issues. Small tear on upper left corner edge of the plastic, with a some tape partially covering an inch-long cut in the case. Shrink wrap is torn along the bottom edge, but case shows no damage.
S-60170: Seraphim. Still sealed in shrinkwrap, lightly bumped top right corner. No cuts, holes or tears. Including the Mephisto Waltz No. 1, Csardas macabre, Transcendental Etude from Paganini No. 2, Prelude and March for a Funeral, En reve, Funerailles, and Mephisto Waltz No. 3. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
S-60088: Seraphim. Still sealed in shrinkwrap. No cuts, holes or tears. Including Reminiscences of Mozart's "Don Giovanni" and Verdi's "Simon Boccanegra," Fantasy on Bizet's "Carmen," Nine Variations on a Chopin Prelude, and Turandot's Boudoir ("Greensleeves"). From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
LSC-2471: RCA Victor Living Stereo, 1961. Glossy cover, with visible edge wear and light age creasing to corners. Glossy vinyl in plastic sleeve. No spindle marks, gently played. Shaded dog. Red label UE9 Stereo-orthophonic & Tmk(s) series.
GS 1035: Genesis, 1973. Somewhat aged cover with wear to spine, no cuts, holes or splits, World Premiere Recording, glossy vinyl, no spindle marks, student of Jakob Gimple. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
1017: Poseidon. somewhat aged cover, no splits, tears, or cuts, homemade label on spine, silver label on record, glossy vinyl. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
7-29354: Sire, 1983. Unmarked vinyl with clean playing surface. Fold-out poster included as record sleeve. Sire, Stereo, Made in U.S.A.
S-36547: Angel. G20/G13. Glossy white cover with photos of Schwarzkopf, Fischer-Dieskau and Szell. Lightly played vinyl in original Angel records plastic sleeve. Lightly rubbed edges. Red circular sticker affixed to top left corner of front cover. Lyrics insert booklet. US, Angel Records, Stereo. Signed by Elisabeth Schwarzkopf in silver pen.....
LSC-2642: RCA Victor, 1963. Shaded Dog Dynagroove. Matte cover with photo image onlay, edges rubbed, Glossy vinyl in paper sleeve, gently played. Original insert page: Mahler appreciation by Louis Biancolli. US, Shaded Dog, Dynagroove, Stereo Red Label. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
1410 1535 QZA: Supraphon SQ, 1974. glossy cover, Czech import, no cuts, holes or splits, blue and silver label, glossy vinyl, from the collection of Alan Kaplan. 20th Century Violin music.
ASD 3377: EMI, 1977. Glossy cover with image of painting. Glossy vinyl in white paper sleeve with original program insert. Direct European Import Made In England, His Master's Voice, Stereo. TAS listed Special Merit classical recording. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
ASD 2926: EMI Angel, 1973. 8/6. Unmarked vinyl with clean playing surface. Minor rubbing present on top left corner of cover. Slight wear on corners of sticker on top left of front cover: "EMI Angel." Sticker on top center of front cover: "Previously Owned Mint Condition." EMI Angel, Stereo, Made in England.
LM-1868: RCA Victor, 1955. Lightly glossy cover, with edge wear and visible aging, separated from the backing halfway along the top and bottom edges. Glossy vinyl in original paper sleeve. No spindle marks, a few small scuff marks, appears unplayed. RCA Victor UP1 plum shaded dog label series.
LEAF 7007: EMI (Ireland) Limited, 1975. Vinyl. Very clean, both cover and disc, EMI Green Label, photo cover, the glue on the bottom cover seam starting to weaken with some separation. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
47-5745: RCA Victor. 1S/1S. Lightly played vinyl with clean playing surface in original RCA Victor red and yellow sleeve. Tag affixed to B-Side next to title "7." RCA Victor, Mono, Made in U.S.A.
VCS 2659: RCA Living Stereo, 1963. 1st. One of the most exciting of the RCA Living Stereo sound recordings. Engineered by K.E. Wilkinson, Cover with some rubbing and shelfwear, no splits, holes or cuts, no spindle marks on record label, no marks on vinyl, 6S/6S, very clean. From the collection...
CS 6534: London, 1967. FFRR Pressing. Green and white photo-illustrated album sleeve shows mild wear to edges, spine is gently sunned, hole punch to upper left hand corner. Red London label, minimal spindle marks. no scuffs or scratches on vinyl. Price sticker affixed to rear cover.