Vinyl actually looks really nice, with only a few light marks. PS, on the other hand, has lots of ringwear, bottom edge is partially split, corners are worn, round yellow sticker on front, some clear tape on the back, and a distro (?) sticker at bottom left of back.
3rd US pressing that features "Oh, Well", tan STEREO "Steamboat" labels with WEA logo; sturdy gatefold cover with very light ring/edge/corner wear and some creases, remains quite presentable, LP has some longer but very superficial scratches, Side 2 has a small but thicker scratch near end of B3 that barely causes few ticks, mild surface noise is present though very much in the background (20171)
3rd US issue with WEA logo along label's rim, features "Oh, Well"; rather clean and sturdy gatefold cover with light ring wear in the back, minor shelf/edge wear, LP with lighter marks mostly on 1st track of each side, some light crackle should be anticipated but largely very clean (18019)
Gatefold Cover (as otherwise shown) EX+: corner bumps, edge rubbing, very light beginning partial ringwear. Inner Song Title/Group Photo Gatefold NM-. Tan Label Vinyl NM/very strong EX+: real shiny, with just a couple very light micro surface marks on part of side 2 that will not affect play. Please see our storefront and/or email your requests for any of the other Fleetwood Mac LPs-all of which are usually in our stock.
record should play just fine, has a handful of light surface marks/lines but nothing too heavy. the cover is borderline VG/G+ still protecting the record but has some heavy shelf storage wear, a bit worse on the edges, has some splitting