This item is the Down Homers 78 - Baby I Found Out All About You b/w Boogie Woogie Yodel ; Vogue R786; Vinyl is VG-, many surface marks - no skips or loud pops. Pictures are clean on both sides. This was Bill Haley's first group, though I don't know for sure if he is on these sides. I believe that this was the last of the Vogue picture record series in 1947.
This time around I am selling off all of my 55 year collection. This is my personal collection and not something on consignment. All items are guaranteed original for the issue, unless specifically stated otherwise. Our wonderful economic condition has caused me to downsize my lifestyle, and records can no longer be a part of that. My loss is your gain. No reserves, low opening bids and guaranteed satisfaction. Lots of these will be items never or rarely seen on ebay, and all will be sold to the high bidder - no matter what that bid is. Check my feedback and . All items will be pictured and described to the best of my ability. Seven day return for full refund including shipping - no questions asked . All items will be well packed. All items will have sleeves and plastic jackets. Please look at my other items as well - - I will combine shipping for the lowest cost. All items will be shipped within 48 hours of receiving cleared payment. I will ship worldwide, but ask that all international buyers wait for an invoice before payment. Normally, shipping to Europe is $7.00 for 1-4 45s; $8.00 for 5-8 45's via International First Class USPS. Ebay's calculations are way overboard. Thanks and good luck to all.
Due to some disagreements in stated condition, I find it necessary to define, specifically what my condition rankings are. All record collectors know that condition is a largely subjective thing, so please, prior to 'dissing' me on your feedback, please offer me the opportunity to refund your total purchase price, as has always been stated above, or reach any other mutually satisfactory solution. I always try to be very fair with everyone, and those of you that have dealt with me in the past know this to be true.
Mint : Will never be used except in the case of a still sealed LP;
M- : Used when the disk's playing surfaces appear to be without any surface marks and the original gloss is apparent;
Solid VG+ : Used when the disk's playing surfaces have only a couple of, very light surface marks that do not in any way affect sound during playback, or detract from the overall appearance of the disk's gloss;
VG+ : Used when the disk's playing surfaces have very few light surface marks that do not in any way affect sound during playback;
Almost VG+ : Same as VG+ but with more surface marks, but not enough to greatly lower the overall appearance or sound;
Strong VG : Used when there are a few more surface marks that are heavier than VG+, but still do not cause appreciable background noise. Also used when the overall appearance of the vinyl is affected by the marks, reducing the gloss;
VG : Vinyl has several to many surface marks that cause noticeable background noise (crackling) throughout playback, but are not so severe as to cause skipping or loud popping;
Items graded lower than VG will not be listed by me unless the item itself is so rare as to be desirable simply for the label or the filling of a hole until a better copy comes along. These items will ALWAYS be noted as such and sold at a drastically lower rate than otherwise. Please contact me at , with any questions or beefs of any kind. Again - this is MY ranking and not that of any magazine, dealer or website. Thanks, as always for your continued support - - Rube
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