In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press

In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press
In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press

In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press

These new rules penalise sellers who continue to offer their items worldwide and make it unviable to sell high-value items to some countries. Please note that I send ALL international items tracked , which. This is one of the best examples of In the Court of the Crimson King I've had. I t looks and sounds amazing. I have listened to the album several times and I think that you would be very unlikely to find one sounding better than this.

This has the following very early matrix numbers. Side 1: ILPS 9111 Av2. Side 2: ILPS 9111 B//3. Vinyl: The vinyl looks great and has retained its original high sheen with barely a mark to be seen. In normal light the playing surfaces look virtually flawless and even under bright, direct light there are just a handful of wispy hairlines and sleeve removal marks, but there is nothing significant anywhere.

I have played the entire record several times and it sounds fantastic with almost nothing to report. Anyone reading this will know that this is a really hard album to find with perfect audio throughout, particularly in the very quiet tracks'I Talk to the Wind' and the always-difficult'Moonchild'. This copy plays cleanly throughout and is easily one of the best I've heard.

Like side one, almost all of side two would grade as Near Mint, except for a few random clicks and some tiny (barely audible) tics in the very quiet instrumental section of'Moonchild', but I noticed these only because the track is so quiet, and I was specifically listening out for them. I expect that they would probably go unnoticed elsewhere on the album. These tiny issues aside, the rest of the audio on'Moonchild' is beautifully quiet and I think it would be very hard to find another copy that plays this well.

So, to take these minor issues into account I will play-grade side two overall as Excellent Plus (Ex+), although almost all of it is better than that. In the Court of the Crimson King is notoriously hard to find sounding superb throughout, mainly because of the extreme quietness of some of it, but I think it would be hard to find another copy as good as this one. Play-grade: side one = Near Mint (NM), side two = Excellent Plus (Ex+).

Cover: This is the original E. Day gatefold cover and is a superb example. There is some minor wear to the edges and corners and a small scuff near the bottom of the spine, but other than this, the only issues worth mentioning is some more-prominent storage wear to the bottom-right corner of the front cover and a narrow scrape/scratch to the surface of the font cover which has been lightly touched in (I've shown it close up in the final photo). But none of these issues detracts from the overall look of the cover which is easily one of the best I've seen. Detracting features not covered above: None. This is a superb example that would be hard to improve on. Information about descriptions and gradings.

My items are always described accurately and fairly. I always do my best to point out any blemishes which might detract from the item and all photographs are of the actual item you will get. Where gradings are given these are based on. The UK RECORD COLLECTOR GRADING SYSTEM.

This grading system differs from some other grading systems, in particular the Goldmine grading system. The record itself is in brand new condition with no surface marks or deterioration in sound quality. The cover and any extra items such as the lyric sheet, booklet or poster are in perfect condition. Records advertised as Sealed or Unplayed should be Mint.

The record shows some signs of having been played, but there is very little lessening in sound quality. The cover and packag­ing might have slight wear and/or creasing. The record has obviously been played many times, but displays no major deterioration in sound quality, despite noticeable sur­face marks and the occasional light scratch. Normal wear and tear on the cover or extra items, without any major defects, is acceptable. The record has been played so much that the sound quality has noticeably deteriorated, perhaps with some distortion and mild scratches.

The cover and contents suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discoloration, etc. The record is still just playable but has not been cared for prop­erly and displays considerable surface noise; it may even jump. The cover and contents will be torn, stained and/or defaced. The record will not play properly due to scratches, bad surface noise, etc. The cover and contents will be badly damaged or partly missing.

The record is unplayable or might even be broken, and is only of use as a collection-filler. Visually-graded vinyl vs play-graded vinyl. Many people collect vinyl and never play it, whereas other people collect records because they want to play them. A visual grading will identify physical flaws (such as scratches) and can help determine whether a record has been cared-for properly, but it will not identify noise or crackle caused by non-visible sources. Most vintage records are likely to have some background noise even if they look perfect.

I believe that records are for playing and so I try to play-grade records whenever possible. I always state in the listing if I have played a record prior to listing it. If I have play-graded the record I will usually only give a brief description of how the record looks i. The grading in the listing will be a play-grading and may be slightly different from the grading that the record would receive from a purely visual inspection. Most vintage records are not 100% perfectly flat and so I will only mention this aspect if it is very significant or has an impact on the way the record sounds. If I haven't play-graded the record, it will be given a visual grading. Mono records and stereo records have different grooves. A stereo record produces a stereo sound via both lateral and vertical groove modulation whereas a mono record is not intended to produce any sound from vertical modulation. Playing a mono record with a stereo cartridge will create distortion because it is trying to pick-up the vertical (stereo) part of the signal, whereas this is not intended to be heard on a mono record and so is just noise. Using a pre-amp with a mono switch will eliminate the noise caused by vertical modulation leaving just the lateral groove signal which is how the record was intended to be heard.

Based on the assumption that most people choosing to listen to a mono record will have the right equipment to listen to it, I play all mono records via a pre-amp with a mono switch. My play-grading is based on how the record sounds when played through a mono switch. If you do not have a mono switch on your amp or pre-amp you will be reproducing the noise from the vertical part of the signal and so the record will not sound as good. This is not any fault of the record, it is inherent to playing any mono record through a system that it was not designed for. I have some very simple terms and conditions.

My items are fully guaranteed. If it is not as described. I care about the records I sell and believe that they need to be carefully and securely packaged to ensure that they survive their journey through the post. Vinyl is removed from the sleeve for posting and the contents will be protected with rigid cardboard stiffeners.

Packages are labelled "Do not bend" and securely sealed with "FRAGILE" parcel tape. I support the use of recycled materials and so I may sometimes use recycled packaging. If you wish your item to be sent in entirely new packaging please let me know before paying for it. My P&P charges are'totally transparent'.

Sending items costs more than just the stamps on the package. But I try not to charge more for packing and posting your item than it actually costs me to do so. To cover some of these expenses.

I add a nominal figure to the basic cost charged at the post office athough the actual cost to me is higher than this. To quote an exact cost for every LP is difficult because of the wide variance in weight e. Abbey Road weighs around 230 grams whereas Led Zeppelin III weighs around 390 grams. But the majority of single LPs, when packed, will weigh around 550 grams and I have based my P&P rates on this.

Double LPs will be charged as two LPs, triple LPs will be charged as three LPs. Box sets etc will be charged according to weight. Usually delivered within 3-5 days of despatch. Please wait for my invoice before paying. To any country OUTSIDE the UK. Overseas orders will ONLY be sent tracked and/or signed. Europe 1 (Most EU countries). Europe 2 (including Russian Federation and others). The item "IN THE COURT OF THE CRIMSON KING SUPERB NEAR MINT PINK ISLAND A2/B3 UK PRESS" is in sale since Wednesday, January 27, 2021.

This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "eachtohisown" and is located in Musley Hill. This item can be shipped worldwide.


In The Court Of The Crimson King Superb Near Mint Pink Island A2/b3 Uk Press


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