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RecordSleeves.com Grading Code


The picture sleeve grading code is a means by which to gauge the quality of the record sleeves that may be purchased from this site.  We've tried to price the record sleeves according to how much of a distraction a defect is.  Normally the best picture sleeve is displayed in all duplicate offerings.  In most cases, the "hit" side is shown, but not always.  Keep in mind sometimes the scanner can make a "nice" record sleeve look horrible and a "rough" one look fine.  We want everybody to be happy with his or her purchase and come back often.

Here are the grading codes we use throughout the site:

Perfect. 
Crease.
Staple or thumbtack holes.
Frayed edge. Normally the top.
Price sticker/rubber stamp/tape.
Pencil writing.
Ring wear back/front.
Slight tear with no paper missing. Normally the top.
Back/front faded.
Ink/felt writing.
Glue residue.
Pencil hole with no paper missing or Promotional punch hole.
Water damage/stain/mold.
Tear/hole in front/back or both with no paper missing.
Portion cut/torn off/scratch/scrape.


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