Vintage 1950s LIVING RUSSIAN Complete Language Course 40 Lessons in Boxed Set of 4 10-Inch 33 RPM Vinyl Record Albums c1958
> Collectible 1958 boxed set Living Russian Language Course, containing 40 "Listen and Repeat" lessons recorded on a set of four vinyl records
> Comes in the original box, the top of which features Russian cultural and Cold War era images, including a depiction of an exhibit of Sputnik I and an atomic structure
> Box top is printed with: "A New Tested Method that simplifies language study, enables anyone to learn RUSSIAN quickly and easily." ".. based on U.S. Government methods - brings native speakers into your home - to teach you Quickly, Easily, Pleasantly!"
> The four records are the 33-1/3 RPM LP in the 10-inch size, which will play on a modern day turntable if you manually position the needle to start at the right position
> Records come in their original clear plastic sleeves
> Record 1 Side 1 Matrix: TV-RU-1 10-14-58 S7
> Record 1 Side 2 Matrix: TV-RU-2 S28
> Record 2 Side 1 Matrix: TV-RU-3 S29
> Record 2 Side 2 Matrix: TV-RU-4-1 S17
> Record 3 Side 1 Matrix: 10-16-58 TV RU 5 S41
> Record 3 Side 2 Matrix: TV RU 6 11-5-58 S42
> Record 4 Side 1 Matrix: TV RU 7 S-13
> Record 4 Side 2 Matrix: TV RU 8 10-16-58 S23
> Comes with a 105-page Russian Conversation Manual and a 101-page Russian-English / English-Russian Common Usage Dictionary booklet
> Weighs 38 ounces
CONDITION: Set comes in the original colorful box. Box cover is in very good condition, still colorful, vivid and legible, with no marking, writing or stains. Box cover has a small 1/3 inch peeled spot near the upper right portion, and minor signs of shelf wear from storage, but no splits. Box bottom is still intact, with a 3 inch split on one lower edge. Set comes with all four original records. Note, these are 10 inch LP 33-1/3 RPM vinyl records, originally pressed in 1958. To play these records on a standard turntable, one must manually set the needle to start the first track, as these records are a couple inches less in diameter than a standard LP records. The turntable speed, however, at 33-1/3 RPM, is correct for playing these records. The records will end normally at the end of the last track on each side. The record center labels are all in excellent condition, with no writing, marks or stains. The records are all clean and glossy. They records all play, but they all have some skips, some more than others. Included Conversation Manual and Common Usage Dictionary are both in excellent condition.
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