Royal Archer Records

Frankfort, Illinois · 39 Sales


Royal Archer Records

Frankfort, Illinois 39 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Last updated on July 21, 2011
Hello and welcome to Royal Archer Records! We are just two vinyl enthusiasts seeking music lovers of all genres to come and enjoy the superior quality and nostalgia of the vinyl record. Listings will change regularly, so if you don't see it here in our shop, message us and we'll do our best to track it down for you. Sincerely, Royal Archer Records

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Additional policies and FAQs
Here at Royal Archer Records, each vinyl sold has been hand-picked, bought, and examined by us personally. When selling, we use the a fairly standard record grading scale which can be found below.

If you have any questions regarding the quality on an LP, please don't hesitate to contact us.


Sealed at factory and never opened. Disc is assumed to be undamaged and mint, but this cannot be proven until the album is actually opened and the disc examined.


This is highest grade that we will assign to opened, handled records. The vinyl is virtually flawless, bright and shiny. A very minor, barely visible scuff or two may be permitted, but no scratches. The disc should play with no audible noise. The label is bright, clean and unmarked.


Disc plays near perfectly, but may have minor paper scuffs that do not interfere with the sound quality. There can possibly be a hairline scratch or two but nothing that is obvious or affects play. Vinyl will still have good luster; labels may have minor imperfections (small labels or initials, etc.) but otherwise clean.


Vinyl will have noticeable scratches or scuffs that cause minor surface noise, but do not overpower the music. There will be no skips. Vinyl may appear somewhat dull and grayish. Labels may have small tears, tape marks, larger writing, etc. but still easily legible. There may be wear or deformation of the spindle hole.


Well-played, dull, grayish vinyl with deeper scratches and wear causing distracting surface noise (hisses, pops, cracks and other nasties). The record will still play through without any skips. Labels may be significantly defaced or damaged.


Unless the record is particularly rare, I would not try to sell a record in this condition. There will be major noise, surface damage, deep scratches, and skips. Attempting to listen to these discs will be painful. These discs are basically trash unless a collector desires one to fill a space in a collection until a better one comes along.