Decca SXL2092-3- Tchaikovsky -Nutcracker- Ernest ANSERMET CLASSIC DECCA SOUND TP

$338.00 USD
October 18, 2020 - 12:06:06 PM GMT (2 days ago)
Decca SXL 2092-93 - 4 x SINGLE SIDED TEST PRESSINGS - Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake - Ernest ANSERMET- CLASSIC DECCA SOUND - *** ULTRA RARE *** Description: Decca SXL 2092-93 - 4 x SINGLE SIDED TEST PRESSINGS - Original Pink / Blue Decca Test Pressing Labels - Early Decca 'Pancake' Pressing - Original Early Top Opening Laminated Gatefold Jacket with Internal Pages (Decca LXT 5493-4 Mono Jacket - Very Common for Decca SXL Stereo Test Pressings to be Presented in Decca LXT Mono Jackets) - Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker (Casse-Noisette) - Complete Ballet - L'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande - Ernest Ansermet - SUPERB PERFORMANCE - CLASSIC DECCA SOUND - *** ULTRA RARE *** Matrix: ZAL 4221-1E / ZAL 4222-1E / ZAL 4223-1E / ZAL 4224-1E Stamper: 1B / 1B / 1B / 1B BEST POSSIBLE SOUND !! Condition: Records are in the Following Conditions: Disc 1 (ZAL 4221-1E): EX+ - Some staining on Band 1, probably caused during production process at the Decca Factory Disc 2 (ZAL 4222-1E): EX+ - Two superficial non-sounding surface scuffs Disc 3 (ZAL 4223-1E): EX+ - A couple of small superficial non-sounding surface marks only Disc 4 (ZAL 4224-1E): EX - Three large surface scuffs (mainly non-sounding) on 2nd half of side - Passage of light consecutive ticks midway through the Side  Gatefold Jacket is in EX Condition - 6cm tear on front top-left (repaired) - See images Shipping: Worldwide Additional Terms: Payments to be completed within 7 days of auction endRecorded delivery is required on all single / combined items valued at $50.00 or over All records are professionally packaged before shipping - records and jackets are packaged separately in sealed plastic sleeves - we use strong cardboard cruciform mailers / inserts All records are guaranteed - full refund will be issued (less shipping costs) upon safe return of the item(s) if you are not satisfied Listing and template services provided by inkFrog
October 11, 2020 - 12:06:06 PM GMT (9 days ago)
33 RPM


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