Banco De Gaia/Last Train To Lhasa/1995 4x Vinyl LP Set/Limited Edition/EX
Artist & Title : Banco De Gaia – Last Train To Lhasa. Catalogue Number : Planet Dog BARKLP011S. Overall Grade : EX/VG Limited Edition 4x LP Set. As you can see from our feedback, we take grading of records very seriously. If we grade anything EX, then it really is immaculate. Our grading is a mixture of audio and visual grading, and very importantly, we guarantee you will be happy with our records. Also check the large photos as they describe the sleeve condition better than a grade ever could. How It Works: Eg: EX/EX = First EX refers to the record, the second the sleeve (if picture sleeve is included). If the grading shown above shows just the first initials (eg: VG/-) then that means the record is graded, but comes with plain or company sleeve. RECORD CONDITION MINT As new condition, unplayed, often Sealed. We never grade played records as MINT. We don’t use the term EX+ EX Excellent condition, no noticeable marks and like new. Records graded as EX are immaculate, fantastic examples of the record in question. No marks, scratches, warps, damage of any kind. Often records which we grade as EX look as they have never been played – but we don’t know for sure. EX- Close to Excellent condition, usually we use EX- if there are light brush marks visible under our spotlight. All EX- records are Excellent, no scratches, warps or damage of any kind. VG+ This is a grade many buyers of perfect records avoid, but to us VG+ is the grade we give to a used but still very nice LP. This is the grade we get most correspondence from buyers about, most saying how to them this is an EX record, not VG+. There may be a very light, but more significant mark on a VG+ record (though this would normally be mentioned along with the grade), generally this is a used record in very good condition, with light brush marks. VG Very Good condition, normal wear, maybe a few very light marks, but still plays great. Perhaps not as shiny and new looking as a VG+ record. This is our average grade. VG- Between VG and G, these records aren’t in great condition, average amount of marks, but generally still fully playable. These records will have lost their shine, perhaps dulled with age, they will have been well used. G+ Just about better than good. These records are heavily played, possibly badly marked. They are good enough to play, but you may well later want to replace with a better copy for your collection. G This is our bottom grade. Could have heavy marks, be noisy to play, perhaps a more significant scratch. Heavily used, but playable is our general description of a G record. We try not to list anything with warps, if a record has a playable warp this would be mentioned along with the grade. F Fair condition, marked and some problems. There will be more information to describe faults. We try to avoid listing F records unless particularly rare or interesting. Generally collection filler only. SLEEVE CONDITION EX Excellent condition, no noticable folds or creases, no sticker marks, As New. Generally you will be incredibly impressed with a sleeve we grade as EX. No laminate damage, nice spine, no writing. EX- Close to Excellent condition, possibly a small fault like laminate lift, a word written on sleeve, slight edge fault or damage. VG+ Very good condition, this is the kind of sleeve most other sellers would grade as EX. In great shape, but light and normal wear. VG Very good, used condition. Light and normal wear, possibly a small fault, like laminate lift, edge/spine damage, or writing. VG- Worn sleeve, but still usable. Possible wear to edges, spine, and laminate. Possible writing on the sleeve. G+ Good condition is moving towards the more tatty end of sleeve grading. Possible laminate damage, creases, spine wear, graphiti, and edge wear. G Some wear, possible creasing, marks, damage, frayed edges. F In Fair condition, possible heavy creasing, tears, damage and defacement. We try to avoid F Sleeves, so check the full sleeve description. All LPs and 12 Singles are sent in dedicated LP mailers with double or triple re-inforcement. Records are removed from their sleeves and packed between solid card re-inforcers. Multiple LP parcels are packed in bespoke LP Box mailers. We take the packing of vinyl very seriously, and do all we can to ensure that our records reach you in the condition they left us. OVERSEAS : Please Read Carefully. This means we can track and insure your parcel. We always do our very best to ensure our customers are happy and always work hard to resolve any problems that very occasionally occur.