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Fairfield Parlour - Bordeaux Rose (Spiral Vertigo UK 7" 1970) Swirl EX
Fairfield Parlour Bordeaux Rose Vertigo 6059 003


 
Fairfield Parlour - Bordeaux Rose/ Chalk On The Wall

(Vertigo 6059 003 UK 7" 1970)

This is the original UK pressing. It comes complete with its original swirl paper sleeve - which is in very nice condition. A rare UK psych-pop single from this excellent band. The a-side is a non-LP track.

Vinyl: Just some very light sleeve rubs which can only be seen under a strong light. EX condition. Plays very well indeed. The labels are lovely and clean.

Our Price: £9.99

Stock Status:In Stock
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Grading Information
 
Grading Information

All grading is very strict and adheres to 'Record Collector' specifications. However we have fine tuned them and they are explained below. All vinyl is examined closely under a strong light and play tested wherever possible.

MINT Condition = As good as a copy you would buy from a shop, immaculate!

NEAR MINT Condition = Very nearly mint just slightly under, maybe a couple of very, very light paper sleeve scuffs that can only be seen under strong light. SOME WOULD CLASS THIS AS MINT. This disc has been played a couple of times at most. Cover is virtually perfect - very minimal wear only.

EX Condition = A clean & tidy copy that shows virtually no defects. Maybe one or two light needle scuffs or light sleeve removal marks that can only be seen under strong light. There will be no scratches. Play will be near perfect with no distortion. Cover will be very nice with maybe very minimal creasing, ringwear or edgewear.

NEAR EX Condition = You can tell this record has been played a few times but it has been well cared for. There will be minor surface marks only; that barely detract from the sound quality. Cover may have slight creasing or ringwear. A very serviceable copy that you will be pleased with.

VG Condition = A well played but serviceable copy. There will be a few marks on the vinyl, but they won't be nasty scratches, just relatively light needle scuffs and sleeve removal marks, they will be noticeable but won't detract from play too much. Cover will show signs of storage/ ageing, e.g., creasing, slight folding, spinewear, ringwear or sticker tears. The record will not be trashed!!