Vinyl Record Case

Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers

Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers
Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers
Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers
Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers
Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers
Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers
Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers

Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers
Acme antique vinyl record case containing 12 vinyl records as follows : Hallelujah chorus by the Huddersfield Choral Society, dance of the young Maidens , Hungarian Rhapsody , Warsaw Concerto part 1 by the philharmonia Orchestra, Annie Get Your Gun by Dolores Grey, Star of Bethlehem by Joseph Locke , river of No Return by Tennessee Ernie Ford , The Man from Laramie by Edmund Hockridge, I can't tell a waltz from a tango by Laurie Desmond and the Johnson Brothers, I don't think you love me anymore by Kitty kallen, the Finger of suspicion by Dickie Valentine , Lost In The Stars by Walter Houston, memories are made of this by Dave King, bubbles by Frankie Laine and the Bandit by the Johnson Brothers. Some 12" and some 10".

The item "Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers" is in sale since Sunday, August 16, 2015. This item is in the category "Antiques\Other Antiques".1634" and is located in Chatham.

This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, to Austria, to Belgium, BG, HR, CY, CZ, DK, FI, to France, to Germany, GR, HU, to Ireland, to Italy, LT, LU, MT, to Netherlands, PL, PT, RO, SK, SI, to Spain, SE, to Australia, to United States, RU, to Canada, to Japan, to New Zealand, IL, NO.
Antique, record case full of vinyl. Dickie Valentine, Frankie Lane, Johnson Brothers