London Record Box Large 80 12" LP's Wooden Vinyl Album Crate

£25.99
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London Records
Fabulous vintage style record box.
This 370 Fatboy crate holds approximately 80 12" vinyl albums
Extra width added to accommodate non standard outer covers & thick PVC sleeves

Super stylish storage solution for your record collection.
Authentic vintage prints & designs.
Handcrafted using traditional methods our solid wood record crates are designed for vinyl. 

This design is available in other sizes.
  •  Model Specification: 370 Fatboy: 12" Vinyl record box.
  • Capacity: Approx 80 Vinyl 12" records in standard covers.
  • Size. External: W37cm D30cm H28cm Internal: W35cm D28cm H 27cm
  • Solid wood constriction, rustic iron corner straps with side hand cut outs.
  • Flat sides & solid base panel to keep your vinyl straight and warp free
  • Manufactured from FSC & PEFC compliant sustainable timber.
*The 370 record box pictured is holding 80 12" albums for display purpose.
London arose from the split in ownership between the British and American branches of Decca Records. The American branch of London Records released British Decca records in the U.S. since British Decca could not use the "Decca" name there. The label was noted for classical albums made in then state-of-the-art stereophonic sound, and such artists as Georg Solti, Joan Sutherland and Luciano Pavarotti.
The London name was also used by British Decca in the UK market for releases taken from American labels which British Decca licensed, such as Imperial, Chess, Dot, Atlantic, Specialty and Sun, and the first two UK releases from Motown. By the 1960s more licensing deals had been made with Big Top, Monument, Parrot, Philles, and Hi, and subsidiary labels were London Atlantic, London Dot and London Monument (the last featuring Roy Orbison, who remained with London in the UK even after he signed for MGM Records in the U.S.).
Specifications
  • Weight:
    3.3kg
  • Product Code:
    rb370-lon1