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    Posted 11 years ago

    Savoychina1
    (650 items)

    Unusual 45 rpm records. A give-away and two that ,I believe , came on cereal boxes.

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    MAKE YOUR OWN RECORD put an MP3 to vinyl / lathe cut 7" MEEP Clear Square 45's
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    1. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 11 years ago
      Man - blasts from my past! My family always watched the Red Skelton show together each week - I of course bought Archie comic books with my 25c weekly allowance - if only I would have saved them! And I loved the Davy and the Monkees, watched all the TV shows, bought the 45s, and I acquired (as an adult) a Monkees tambourine, and 4-headed talking hand puppet.
    2. valleyboy valleyboy, 11 years ago
      very cool! so these are paper souvenir imitations of records? or were these designed to actually be played?
    3. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      Yes, these are designed to be played on your phonograph. Of course don't expect one of "Ramma's" lilting dissertations on the quality of sound ! LOL
    4. valleyboy valleyboy, 11 years ago
      very cool. i imagine they wouldn't survive long if you actually played them...
    5. MYNOTERA MYNOTERA, 11 years ago
      These are great! I love the color on them!
    6. TallerThanNapoleon TallerThanNapoleon, 11 years ago
      Wow, I had totally forgotten about these kinds of records. You can kind of see the playing surface when you enlarge the picture. Was there some kind of plastic or vinyl coating over the cardboard? I use to have a few of these, but I can't remember what they were at the moment. This calls for more investigation. Great post!
    7. cynth54 cynth54, 11 years ago
      Wow! I remember these! I once got one off of an old cereal box as a kid. Thanks for sharing!

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