Polydor manufactured by Nippon Geammopho Co Ltd
Our "Previously Loved" Record Grading Is as follows:
Poor or Fair
This vinyl will be scratched , and skip when played, and has been abused. Having a Poor graded record isnt the end of the world.. It will be the first copy you get your hands on in any "Vinyl Hunt" and sometimes they become decor pieces, or end up being used for anything other than playing/listening.
"Good" is a record that will have many noise, scratch, skips, and is a relic..
2nd worst rating so dont get your hopes up..
a VG record is in decent playable condition, ( light noise, and crackle..but wont skip)
may have a bit of scuffing, some age, maybe some discoloration but will play alright..
a record that plays well with extremely minor noise, or faint crackle
looks clean but obvious pre-ownership
Sound is unmistakably clean
only a faint sign of ownership, and is a record that feels has been played 4-10times , and well maintained.
a record with virtually no sign of use, a "hot off the press feel. Glossy coat
Sounds & Looks just like a sealed record.