Vintage record case for singles, 1950s - 60s, Cheney England
Vintage record case for singles, 1950s - 60s, Cheney England.
Gramophone record case for 45 rpm singles.
- Manufacturing date: 1950 - 1960
Rectangular with a black plastic handle on top. the sides, top, and bottom are gray/white. The front and back are green marbled. The inside is cream-colored and covered with felt.
Original vintage record case from the fifties, sixty for storing vinyl singles, but can also be used for decoration or as storage for photos and/or portfolio. Metal closure marked on the top with Cheney England "Metal hinges and four legs at the bottom.
This record case is a so-called harmonica model with storage space for approx. 17 singles
This gramophone record case is in a neat original vintage condition with little traces of use
- Height: 21.8 cm.
- Length: 22.5 cm.
- Width: 10.6 cm.
A single is a sound carrier with at most one to three songs from an artist or band. It is the cheaper version of an album. The term single, however, is more often used in a metaphorical way to indicate a single track of an album, which is released separately to promote the entire album.
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Country of origin
Kind of object
So-called harmonika model
1950 - 1970
Neat vintage condition