35834-A Lazy Rhapsody by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
35834-B Blue Ramble by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
35385-A Baby, When You Ain't There by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
35835-B Lightnin' by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
35836-A Best Wishes by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
35836-B Bundle of Blues by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
35837-A Drop Me Off at Harlem by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
35837-B Merry-Go-Round by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra
Condition: E- with a couple sides at VG++ ; Binder is VG++, nice solid binder. More pictures available on request.
Please see my other auctions for more jazz, blues 78 rpm sets, singles and a few LPs. Combine on shipping for multiple wins.
I'm a 78rpm record collector so know how to pack 78s properly for shipping. I can send up to 8 10" records media mail for $4 in the USA. For sets it's $4 for a set, $5 for 2 sets, $6 for 3 sets. Will calculate if you buy more but will combine on postage. International please inquire. Thanks for looking.
Condition for 78rpm records:
E+ = New stock, never been opened or playedE = Bright and shiny, no scuffs or scratches. Looks new but has been played E- = Still bright and shiny, shows some signs of handling but nothing that would create extra noise during playback. VG++ = Showing a little more sign of wear, maybe a few light scuffs or minor scratches but nothing that would create extra noise during playback. VG+ = Shows signs of wear with some scuffs and minor scratches. Nothing that would create noticeable loud ticks during playback but will play with some background noise. VG = This is a well played record with minor scuffs, scratches and maybe even some graying in areas. However, the record still plays well and can be enjoyed. VG - = Begins to have scratches that make the record quite noisy on playback and have noticeable ticks from scratches. G = This is a record that, for some, can still be enjoyed until a better copy comes along. Lots of scratches, may even make the record skip. Possible hair line fracture. Likely this grade of record will only be listed if it’s a rarer record where the content or label is highly collectable. P = This record is either broken or otherwise unplayable. Again, this would only be listed if it were very rare and interesting for historical information.
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