This is a lot of three 33 RPM vinyls. One of these records is a sealed Deutsche Grammophon record containing recordings of pieces conducted by Berliner Philharmoniker and Herbert von Karajan. It was released in 1984 and printed in Germany. The plastic that it's sealed in is torn in some parts and there is a price on the plastic as well, but otherwise, the record is in excellent condition.
Another record in the lot, entitled, "Kitaro in Person Digital", was released by Kuckuck Schallplatten in 1982 and printed in Germany. The jacket is in good condition with only a small tear on the front along with some creases. The back has a few small pink spots and wear on the bottom. There is a split along the bottom of the jacket as well. There is no sleeve with the record. The label is in excellent condition and the record is in good condition with a few light scratches.
The third record is entitled "The World's Great Dances", performed by Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops and produced by RCA Records. It comes with two albums. There is a plastic covering around the jacket that is opened where the jacket opening is. There is a tear in the jacket at the bottom and there is some damage to the opening edges. The sleeves, labels, and records are all in excellent condition.
None have been tested and therefore sold as is.