Original vintage 60s / 70s record case for singlesSKU: AV-3955-22
Original vintage 60s / 70s record case for singles
- Manufacturer: presumably Cheney England
- Date of manufacture: 1960s - 1970s
Original 60s/70s gramophone record case for 45 rpm singles
A wooden record case that can be closed with a metal closure. Excellent for storing your vinyl singles. The wood is covered on the front and back with red plastic with black details. The sides, bottom and top are white with grey details. This case has a black plastic handle on top. At the bottom, it has two metal hinges and this case stands on small metal round legs (one leg is missing, but the case is stable).
This is a so-called harmonica model and is suitable for storing about 17 singles.
This original vintage record case from the sixties/seventies is not only suitable for storing vinyl singles but can of course also be used for decoration or as storage for photos and/or portfolios.
This singles record case is in good vintage condition with normal traces of use and age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of the description.
- Height: 20.5 cm. (25 cm with handle)
- Length: 22.3 cm.
- Width: 9.5 cm.
A single is a sound carrier that contains at most one to three songs by an artist or band. It is the cheaper version of an album. However, the term single is more often used metaphorically to refer to a single track from an album, which is released separately to promote the entire album.
Singles were originally always gramophone records, made of vinyl. These vinyl records are usually two-sided and measure 7 inches (about 18 cm). They can be played on record players (pickups) and then usually spin at a speed of 45 rpm. Because they are two-sided, there is an A and a B side of a single. The A-side contains the song that was considered the most hit sensitive.
The B-side (also called the flip side) usually contains a song of lesser quality, sometimes even something that is generally considered bad. It even happens that an artist makes a song just as quickly because the record has to have a B-side. However, there can be a single with 'two A-sides', so two hit-sensitive tracks. An example is Something/Come Together by The Beatles.
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Country of origin
Kind of object
Vintage record case for singles
Singles - gramophone records - record cases - storage
Vinyl - audio
Red/black - white/grey
Probably Cheney England
Probably Cheney England
Wood - plastic - felt - plastic - metal
1960s - 1970s
Good vintage condition
20,50 cm - (25,00 with handle)
Suitable for about 17 singles
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