Benjamin Lamar Crowson Concerto, Concertino US Everest SDBR-3020 Silver Back NM

$17.54 USD
August 02, 2020 - 08:22:43 AM GMT (6 days ago)
Arthur Benjamin: Concerto quasi una fantasia, Concertino Performed by lamar Crowson on piano with Benjamin conducting the London Symphony Orchestra. US Everest stereo-pressing with grooved black, blue & silver labels from the 60s. Article-no.: SDBR-3020. Early silver back edition. Condition Cover: G+ to VG. Front is still nice, back has considerable wear. The album still holds together well, but there are various huge splits on spine and top. Condition Vinyl: EX to NM. Looks like an unplayed copy. A coupl of faint paperscuffs from the rough original inners. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ General Information: - Shipping-rates may differ for different destinations, please check details below for more information or shortly adress me. - I offer combined shipping for multiple purchases and I'll always send an invoice with correct rates shortly after auction-end. - Unless you notify me in time, payment is expected within 5 days after receiving of invoice. If I don't at least hear from you in between, I'll send a non-payment notification through Ebay afterwards. - I use sturdy cardboard-boxes and cardboard-dividers, both specifically designed for the safe shipping of vinyl records. - Most LPs receive new antistatic innersleeves (in addition to the original ones, which of course are also provided). I, however, don't add new sleeves, if the original ones seem fitting. - If in doubt about anything, please contact me, I'm glad to assist you with any possible queries! _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ International Shipping Rates: ALL RATES IN CANADIAN DOLLAR! Weight of this package: less than 0.5Kg Shipping as registered airmail-letter (to any destination worldwide): up to 0.5 Kg: 15.00 $ 0.5 to 1.0 Kg: 22.00 $ 1.0 to 2.0 Kg: 35.00 $ ____________________________________________________________________________ DHL Small Package for up to 2 Kg (Only offered for European Union!): 22.00 $ ____________________________________________________________________________ DHL standard for 2 up to 5 Kg European Union: 30.00 $ Rest of Europe: 50.00 $ Rest of World 1 ( USA, Canada, Middle East, North Africa): 60.00 $ Rest of world 2 (all other countries): 75.00 $ DHL standard for 5 up to 10 Kg European Union: 36.00 $ Rest of Europe: 62.00 $ Rest of World 1 ( USA, Canada, Middle East, North Africa): 82.00 $ Rest of World 2 (all other countries): 100.00 $ _______________________________________________________________________ Innerdeutsch: Bis 2 Kg: 5,00 € als Maxibrief Plus Ab 2 bis 5 Kg: 7,00€ als DHL- PaketAb 5 bis 10 Kg: 9,50€ als DHL- Paket _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ A note about my record-grading: I usually only visually grade the LPs under strong light and I only playgrade them ( i.e. the portions that seem to have signs of usage), if I can't be sure of their actual condition. If records show stronger signs of soiling I'll professionally clean them (Okki Nokki RCM), but I'm not doing this if it's obviously only dust, as I know that collectors usually prefer their very own way of record-cleaning. My goal is to always decribe the records appropriately and I will name every visible and/or audible defect in my detailed description. If regardless of my precautions you should ever be dissatisfied with the condition of a record, please contact me before leaving negative or neutral feedback to give me the chance to resolve your query. I'm confident, however, that this will hardly ever be the case. I've been selling records for many years now and so far complaints fortunately have been the utter exception!
July 23, 2020 - 08:22:43 AM GMT (16 days ago)
33 RPM


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