H-71028: Nonesuch. Somewhat shelf-worn cover with edge wear and visible aging and fading, black plastic embossed label affixed to the front. Glossy vinyl in new paper sleeve with collector Alan Kaplan's penciled notations, original paper sleeve also included, played gently, black and gold label.
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LC 3060: Epic, 1956. Glossy cover, visible edge wear and aging, top edge starting to flake slightly and just beginning to separate from the back at the top right corner. Glossy vinyl in cellophane sleeve. no audible marks, slight scuff Yellow label with black text, first Epic US mono pressing.
6500 035-038: Philips. Cloth hinged lid box set with light edge wear and aging. Glossy vinyl records in original paper sleeves, including paper trilingual informational booklet. No spindle marks, appear unplayed. Red label, Philips HM4 Holland maroon stereo series.
SR90184: Mercury Living Presence, 1958. RFR1 / FR6. Glossy cover with image of Mozart. Glossy vinyl in white paper sleeve. Light rubbing on edges. Red stamping on back cover text. Pencil marks on top right and bottom right corner. Price-tag stain on top right corner. US, Mercury Living Presence, Stereo...
VICS-1366: RCA Victor. Reissue. Matte cover with some visible wear and aging, and a thin score across the front. Glossy vinyl, no spindle marks, light scuff mark on Side 1. Pink UP1 labels, RCA Victrola series. Originally released in 1969.
TC 8044: Telefunken. T1/T2. Unmarked vinyl with clean playing surface. Minor rubbing present on all corners of cover. Slight wear on entirety of spine. Aging from remnant of price sticker, top left corner of back cover. Telefunken, Mono, Made in USA.
SPC 21006: London phase 4 stereo. Glossy cover, minor shelfwear, faint aging inside along perimeter, gate-fold cover, red and white label, very glossy vinyl, from the collection of Alan Kaplan.
SMNRV: Not On Label (Nirvana), 1993. Lightly played, lightly marked light blue marbled vinyl with clean playing surface. Picture sleeve. Stereo.
LSC 1990: RCA, 1960. First Pressing. Cover has no splits or obvious wear, is slightly aged and has slight tan stains at the back, bottom of cover, otherwise in great shape. The vinyl has no spindle marks, has a sheen to the surface and is 1S/1S. No visible wear. has...
SR90215: Mercury Living Presence, 1964. FR1/FR3. Glossy cover with image of a paladin. Glossy vinyl, lightly played, in original paper sleeve. Aged black glue staining along right edge of front cover. Writing in blue pen on bottom right corner of back cover: "C409." US, Mercury Living Presence, Early Maroon label...
JL 41006: London Jubilee, 1981. Still in shrinkwrap. No cuts, holes or tears. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
LSC-2610: RCA Victor, 1962. Glossy cover, visible edge wear and aging. Glossy vinyl in original paper sleeve. No spindle marks, appears unplayed. Red shaded dog Living Stereo label. 3S/3S.
A66157: Hyperion, 1985. Green glossy cover with of painting "Hush!" by James Tissot. Light rubbing on edges of cover. Sticker attached to back cover, "17.43," indicating total time of Violin Sonata in D Major. Glossy vinyl, very few spindle marks. Hyperion Records, LP Made In Germany. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
4-41131: Columbia. Lightly played vinyl with clean playing surface. Pink sleeve has a single 5mm tear at top-middle of front cover. Orignal price stamp "98 cent" next to title on front cover. 4-Eye Columbia, Mono, Made in U.S.A.
ARN 90412: Arion, 1976. Grey album cover with illustrative line drawing to front cover, upper right hand corner has been clipped, mild edgewear, faint inaudible scuff to vinyl, last band, side 2.
LH 417 438-1: London Digital, 1987. Glossy white cover with image inlay of painting. Sealed. Two stickers on front cover: "London Digital Imported Audiophile Pressing" and "French Salon Music." Light on top right corner, with approximately 1 mm split. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
LSC 2732: RCA DYNAGROOVE, 1964. Very clean cover with minor rubbing along edges, no splits, holes or cuts. Glossy vinyl, white dog label, appears unplayed. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
LSC-2507: RCA Victor, 1961. Matte cover, light edge wear and aging, separated about an inch from the backing at the top right corner. Glossy vinyl in original paper sleeve. No spindle marks, light scuffing on side one. RCA Victor UE9 shaded dog red label stereo-orthophonic & tmk(s) Living Stereo series...
139 349: Deutsche Grammophon. 11/12. Glossy cover with photograph of Martha Argerich and Claudio Abbado. Very light rubbing on all corners of cover. Glossy vinyl with few apparent spindle marks. Deutsche Grammophon, Stereo, Made in Germany. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
C 069-02675: EMI La Voix De Son Maitre, 1974. Sealed LP with painting on front cover "Hivernage en Mer Noire" by Crisnory. EMI La Voix De Son Maitre, Stereo. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
C 069-02674: EMI La Voix De Son Maitre, 1974. Sealed LP with painting on front cover "Hivernage en Mer Noire" by Crisnory. EMI La Voix De Son Maitre, Stereo. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
MS 6635: Columbia. 1F/1F. Glossy white cover with photo of Isaac Stern. Lightly played vinyl in plastic sleeve. Lightly rubbed edges on record cover. Brown stain on bottom middle of back cover. "Demonstration Not For Sale" printed on back cover. Inscribed by Isaac Stern in black pen "To Joan And...
DS-37800: EMI Angel Digital, 1982. G3/G2. Glossy black cover with photograph of Perlman and violin. Glossy vinyl with few apparent spindle marks. EMI Angel Digital, Stereo, Made In United States. From the collection of Alan Kaplan.
ML 4655: Columbia Masterworks. 1C/1D. Off-white cover with watercolor images from La Boheme. Lightly played vinyl in plastic sleeve. 2x4 inch white card affixed to bottom right corner of front cover with aging tape: signature of conductor "Andre Kostelanetz." Two stickers affixed to top left corner of back cover. US...
6504044: Philips. Gate-fold French Import, Philips Tresors Classiques, glossy cover, minor shelf-wear, corners slightly bumped, glossy vinyl, red lable with white titles, from the collection of Alan Kaplan.