Okeh 45099 Cofer Brothers The All Go Hungry Hash House Prewar Country 78 Rpm
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Okeh 45099 Cofer Brothers The All Go Hungry Hash House Prewar Country 78 Rpm:
Okeh 45099 Cofer Brothers The All Go Hungry Hash House Prewar Country 78 RPM. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail.
CATALOG #: 45099
ARTIST: Cofer Brothers
SIDE 1: The All Go Hungry Hash House
SIDE 2: The Georgia Hobo
GRADE VIUAL: V- edge flake
GRADE PLAY: V/Vplays with steady background noise, worn, but still enjoyable, no blasting. Surface worn.
INFORMATION: Cofer Brothers were members of Georgia Crackers (string band)
Visual grading using VJM record grading system.
Playback grade when noted.
Playback with Stanton 681 EEE Cartridge with 78 stylus and no RIAA curve/flat.
Shipping is US only. Media mail $5.00.
I will combine shipping, wait for invoice. Ships with “float method”. The record is put in between two pieces of cardboard and floating in larger box with peanuts, or similar packaging material. I have experience with mail order records. I will take care when shipping records.
The VJM Record Grading System.
N (78) M (LP). As new and unplayed (there are virtually no 78s that can categorically be claimed to be unplayed).
N- (78) M- (LP). Nearly Mint, but has been played. No visible signs of wear or damage.
E+ (78) VG+ (LP). Plays like new, with very, very few signs of handling, such as tiny scuffs from being slipped in and out of jackets.
E (78) VG (LP). Still very shiny, near new looking, with no visible signs of wear, but a few inaudible scuffs and scratches.
E- (78) VG- (LP). Still shiny but without the lustre of a new record, few light scratches. LP: Some wear, scratches and scuffs, but no skipped or repeat grooves.
V+ (78) G+ LP. V+ is an average condition 78 in which scuffs and general use has dulled the finish somewhat. Wear is moderate but playing is generally free from distortion. Surface noise not overly pronounced. LP: Below average with scuffs and scratches on fewer than half the tracks. No skips or repeat grooves.
V (78) G (LP). Moderate, even wear throughout, but still very playable. Surface noise and scratches audible but not intrusive.
V- (78) G- (LP). Quite playable still, but distortion and heavy greying in loud passages. Music remains loud in most passages. Surface noise and scratches well below music level. LP: Lowest Grade. Audible scratches, etc. on more than half the tracks. Listening uncomfortable.
G+ (78). Grey throughout but still serviceable. Music begins to sound muffled. Heavy scratches.
G (78). Quite seriously worn and scratched, but music level is still higher than surface noise.
G- (78). Music still prominent, but wear and scatch damage extensive.
F (78). Most of music remains audible over surface noise, but listening now uncomfortable.
P (78). Unplayable.
NB: Damage to labels and jackets (LP) should be noted whenever present.
sfc = surface; lbl = label; nap = not affecting play; scr/scrs = scratch/scratches; lc or lam = lamination crack; cr = crack; gv/gvs = groove/grooves; hlc/hc = hairline crack; wol = writing on label; sol = sticker on label; fade = faded label; gr/grs = groove/grooves; eb = edge bite; ec = edge chip; ef = edge flake; cvr = cover; s = stereo; rc= rim chip; rf = rough; aud/inaud = audible/inaudible; lt = light.