This is a great three 7" record set sold in 1955 as an economical option to purchasing chart topping releases in bulk. There are 12 great tracks and 12 artists. It is from RCA Victor, number SPC-7-13.
Record 1/A side 1. So Smooth by Perry Como
2. New York, New York by Harry Geller
Record 2/A side 1. The Popular Gershwin by Jaye P. Morgan
2.Session With Chet Atkins
Record 2/A side 1. Wanderin' by Eddy Arnold
2. Basses Loaded by Milton Hinton
Record 2/B side 1. Just Keep A-Movin' by Hank Snow
2.Concert Jazz by Sauter-Finegan
Record 3/A side 1. Natural Seven by Al Conn
2. Nolstagic Traveler by The George Melachrino Orchestra
Record 3/B side 1.Down To Eartha by Eartha Kitt
2. VOODOO Suite Perez Prado and Orchestra
My father has given me LOTS of his old 45s to sell. I am not an expert on grading records and I won't even try. They have been stored in a dry closet at normal room temperatures for their lifetime. These have no scratches or blemishes. The gatefold jacket has the normal wear of something 50+ years old. I'm happy to answer specific questions to the best of my ability.
I have every expectation that these records are exactly as described as far as playability and condition, but I don't have a player to check them out. If you find they're flawed, I will refund your purchase price if you return the item to me.