The surface of the record may have minor wear and minor scratches that do not affect the sound. Minor distortion is acceptable as long as it does not affect the sound. There may be record marks or discoloration on labels and covers, but it is barely noticeable.Photo sleeves and inner sleeves of LPs may have scratches, deformed corners, or creases. Very Good (VG) The flaws in this grade are many on the disc. Noise can be heard, especially during the quieter parts of the song, the intro, and the final fade of the song, but not enough to affect the song itself. There are noticeable dents and minor scratches that can be felt with a fingertip and affect the sound. There may be some writing or stickers/tapes (or their marks). Good+ (G+) / Good+ (G+) or Good (G) means that the record plays without interruption and is basically in good condition.
However, the record may have noticeable noise, scratches, dents (in the case of Styrofoam records, the dents may be whitish), or tears in the jacket or sleeve seams. Writing, record marks, and other imperfections may be noticeable.
Records of this grade may be cracked or badly bent, with broken tracks or the same section repeated several times. Sleeves are in very poor condition. Many inner sleeves are completely torn or have very noticeable creasing and writing.
We can not mark under-value or mark any items as "gifts". Thank you for your understanding.