Samuel Barber Symphony No.1 in One Movement Essays for Orchestra Nos.1 and 2 and Night Flight, London Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Measham, RHS342 1976. Produced by Robert Angles, recorded at Church of St. Giles, Cripplegate, Barbican, London in September 1973.
The record has been visually inspected under strong light and graded Excellent using Rare Records Price Guide, there is one very light surface mark at 8 o'clock on side 2 (two parallel lines, can't be felt) and no other visible damage. The sleeve has been graded Very Good (also using RRPG) as on the front there are creases around the edges, ring wear is starting to show and surface scuffs and light indentations as well. The opening edge looks a little tattered as the laminate finshes before the rest of the sleeve, so it appears a little discoloured and the corners are scuffed and a little fraying. The spine is a bit waved and dented but the text is still legible. The back of the sleeve has some smudging and scuffing toward the edges and there are four pen 'ticks' which appear to be markers of songs in ink. There are some early patches of foxing and the bottom left corner is slightly turned up, there is some surface scuffing and light indentations, and the spine edge has some laminate which is slightly discoloured.
(Apologies for the blurred picture)