Leonard Bernstein conducts Concertgebouw Amsterdam. DGG Digital Stereo 419 208-1. Box: MINT Still sealed but the plastic seal is compromised on front (please see the pictures); the item is brand new and never payed. All records have been visually graded unless otherwise stated.
Mint (M): A brand new record that has certainly never been played or is still factory sealed. Cover or box has no obvious defects. Near Mint (NM): The highest grade for an used record. Almost no signs of being played, perhaps a spindle mark or barely noticeable light mark where record has been removed from the inner sleeve. Cover or box may have minor ring wear but no bends, creases or writing whatsoever.Excellent (EX): Record has only a few light (non-sounding) marks and has been well preserved. There is very little lessening in sound quality. Cover or box has slightly more wear than NM. VG: 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.
Cover or box may have a pronounced ring wear, seam splits, writing, discoloration and general wear or tear (Details are indicated in the descripion). All items are packaged'snugly' to prevent internal movement damage, double-boxed if needed, using high-quality materials. The LP is first removed from the cover and then placed in a protective plastic outer sleeve to avoid seam splits.
Extra care is taken with fragile items such as shellac discs and boxed sets. All items are packaged professionally using high quality cardboard mailers. Unsealed records are removed from covers to prevent seam splits.The item "BERNSTEIN Mahler Symphony No. 9 2LP DG Digital Stereo 419 208-1 Germany SEALED" is in sale since Monday, May 14, 2018. This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "mozartaparis" and is located in Tallinn, Harjumaa. This item can be shipped worldwide.