Artist: THE CORALS
a side: LOVE YOU BABY
b side: RED EYE GLASSES
Label/Cat #: Orlyn 8140-9888
Country/Year: USA 1966
sleeve condition: na
record condition: VG(+)/VG+ few faint hairlines , plus one long thumnail on aside, labes rubbed/dirty
I pack properly - record outside of sleeve in poly bag. I only use custom made card mailers with card inserts - other special requests can be considered at additional cost - please ask.
Combined shipment value in excess of £50 has to be sent by recorded post. Please bear in mind if you are outside of the UK this costs at least £6. This is the actual cost from the Royal Mail.
UK: First 45 £2, each additional 45 plus £0.50, recorded £3 (insured only to £46), Special Delivery £7.50 upto 500g (1 LP). £8.75 upto 1kg (3 LPs), £11 upto 2kg (6 LPs). All SD insured upto £500. More insurance will cost more.
Europe: First 45 £4, each additional 45 add £0.90, International Signed for £10.50, with insurance £13.50 upto £500 where available - please ask.
ROW (USA, Canada, Asia, OZ, NZ etc): First 45 £5, each additional 45 add £1.75, International Signed for £10.50, with insurance £13.50 upto £500 where available - please ask.
Discounted shipping for multiple items
Payment expected within 7 days unless otherwise agreed
Non payment will result in Non Payer Strike - sorry no exceptions!
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The time has come to reduce my own record collection. They are primarily Garage, Psych, Psychedelic, Prog, Progressive, Folk Rock, Surf and Rockabilly 7" 45s from USA, Canada, OZ and NZ from mainly mid 1960's to early 1970’s.
Most are collectable records in collectable condition.
All are original first issues unless otherwise stated.
The record is in brand new condition with no surface marks or deterioration in sound quality. The sleeve and any extra items are in perfect condition.
The record shows signs of having been played but there is negligible loss in sound quality. The sleeve may have slight wear or creasing.
VERY GOOD (VG)
The record has been played many times but shows no significant deterioration in sound quality, despite noticeable surface marks. Sleeve has normal wear and tear without any major defects.
The record has been played enough that the sound quality has deteriorated noticeably and may have pops and skips. The sleeve may suffer from scuffs, spine splits, ring wear and/or discoloration.