- Joined on June 18, 2005
Mint = "new" = just like when you buy it in the shop : NEW
Ex = "like new" = no sound quality loss, the only surface marks would be sleave marks, no scratches, no cracking or poping when the record plays
Vg = "very good" = still in good shape but a few scratches here and there affecting sound very lightly
G = anything below
If you can't respect this grading then don't even try selling me your records.
Sellers to be trusted
Deepah, found it today, took it on your recommendation, and agree this a great record ! Thanks :)
I have this release too.
In answer to your question, considering you bought it from a UK seller the red ink stamping is most likely that found from records sold through the MGE (Music & Goods Exchange) shops in the UK.
In these shops a large ... See full review