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Record frame £1.00 Poundland

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Found in my local poundshop but I believe it is a national deal! They fit 12 inch records! I think it's a bargain! Record Album Frame - LP Frames As vinyl is becoming more and more collectible, why n… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Found in my local poundshop but I believe it is a national deal!
They fit 12 inch records! I think it's a bargain! Record Album Frame - LP Frames As vinyl is becoming more and more collectible, why not display your precious LP's in the best way possible with our Record Album Frame! Either slip in the whole record sleeve or just the record itself to create your own personal wall of fame. If you have a love of music, display it loud and proud on your wall
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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Perfect for my favourite album
http://www.alexgitlin.com/npp/gg87.jpg
5 Likes
Decent frames that fit with the album cover are available for £5 each at IKEA

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1 Like #1
Do you have a photo please?
1 Like #2
it's a square frame that fits an lp.
#3
topsey65
Do you have a photo please?

All the ones i've ever seen look like one of these

http://resources.findmeagift.com/site_media/images/products/p_main/rxi008_record_album_frames_black(1).jpg

http://resources.findmeagift.com/site_media/images/products/p_main/single_record_frames_black.jpg
#4
What about double/gatefold albums, will their thickness fit into these frames?
#5
Verbal Kint
What about double/gatefold albums, will their thickness fit into these frames?
Good question, was thinking of putting some in but size never crossed my mind.


Edited By: DrAcula1 on Nov 01, 2016 17:59: dpelling
1 Like #6
Brilliant, many thanks, just what I need/want!
#7
yes they fit
3 Likes #8
I bought one of these from Poundland today to try out and they are not suitable for album covers as firstly the aperture is slightly too big leaving a gap around the cover and secondly the rebate is at the front of the frame and not the rear, so leaving no room at the back to fit in.
The frames would be ok to display the actual vinyl as shown in the picture but not the cover.

The
"Either slip in the whole record sleeve or just the record itself to create your own personal wall of fame. If you have a love of music, display it loud and proud on your wall "
Is rather misleading as it's for a completely different frame

The frames that therealclaireh showed are the same as i also already have and do fit the purpose for displaying covers.
I got mine from Findmeagift
4 Likes #9
Voted HOT, but will this be a record?
1 Like #10
I prefer them just in their original sleeves/cover in an LP case so i'm able to flick through them! Nice idea though.
#11
can it fit 12" single covers and does it have a plastic "pane" or is it just a black frame and cardboard backing with no front to protect the sleeve/record?
#12
i've edited the post, its for 12 inch record! for a pound its a bargain!
#13
I've been looking to buy one of these and its a very good price, thanks for posting and heat added

Edited By: summerof76 on Nov 01, 2016 21:00
1 Like #14
Whatever next? A frame to fit a MP3 file I suppose!
#15
But what do I do when I want to play it?
#16
Hi what material is this? Safe enough to post a 12" album in you think?
8 Likes #17
Perfect for my favourite album
http://www.alexgitlin.com/npp/gg87.jpg
3 Likes #18
SpamJavelin
Perfect for my favourite album
http://www.alexgitlin.com/npp/gg87.jpg


I'm sure that's a joke, but it is crazy how his music became a taboo and just vanished. I understand why, just the reality of it is so odd. His Christmas song was one of my favourites as a kid, but you never hear it anymore.
2 Likes #19
JoshuaM
why not display your precious LP's in the best way possible with our Record Album Frame!
Because you can't then play it?
#20
These are cool. Sadly I own 10 but paid much much more
#21
What is a 'record'? never heard of them.
1 Like #22
kristoff1875
SpamJavelin
Perfect for my favourite albumhttp://www.alexgitlin.com/npp/gg87.jpg
I'm sure that's a joke, but it is crazy how his music became a taboo and just vanished. I understand why, just the reality of it is so odd. His Christmas song was one of my favourites as a kid, but you never hear it anymore.
Interesting article on that very point here. Can't help but think though that if the 70s music scene was investigated in more depth there would be loads more bands airbrushed out of history.
#23
Nice one, thanks OP
#25
These are great, I print covers at work and have them around the flat. Look really good hung up
#26
kristoff1875
SpamJavelin
Perfect for my favourite albumhttp://www.alexgitlin.com/npp/gg87.jpg
I'm sure that's a joke, but it is crazy how his music became a taboo and just vanished. I understand why, just the reality of it is so odd. His Christmas song was one of my favourites as a kid, but you never hear it anymore.

his hit rock n roll part 2 gets played a lot as football games (us footaball) games in the usa
2 Likes #27
Perfect for all those strange people who buy records but don't own a turntable.
#28
Literally useless, unless you've got a photocopy of a record sleeve. Yes, it's 12" square, but it's too thin front-back. There's not enough clearance to fit a sleeved record, not even enough to squish just the sleeve in. A 12" record is bigger than A3, so unless you're going to get two A3 photocopies and try to join them, you need an A2 copy, which is rare and expensive.

Edited By: IBoughtARecordFrame on Nov 02, 2016 12:15
5 Likes #29
Decent frames that fit with the album cover are available for £5 each at IKEA
#30
This isn't in every store.
#31
WaltJabsco
I bought one of these from Poundland today to try out ..
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I got mine from Findmeagift

How to the Poundland ones compare to the FMAG ones in appearance? I have 17 FMAG ones on display already, but have some nice 12 inch picture discs I'd like to display, but only if they look very similar...?
1 Like #32
Any nice wooden ones anywhere ? The Ikea ones are a black plastic, and the ones in The Range, whilst the right size, with room for a nice border around, are too deep (as they are more 'box' frames).
2 Likes #33
http://www.theworks.co.uk/p/photo-frame/record-album-frame/5052089128613 £5 at the works, free C&C, plenty of 20% off voucher codes flying around i.e. on the homepage
4 Likes #34
Be careful when installing this on a wall.

My Father-in-law tried to put one up last week and slipped a disc.
#35
I buy the ikea ones as they are decent quality, but for a quid these are a bargain
#36
Out of stock
2 Likes #37
mobilez
Decent frames that fit with the album cover are available for £5 each at IKEA
Same price at Tiger, and they're sprung to take various thickness of LP cover



Edited By: Quiffco on Nov 02, 2016 13:53
#38
Ooooh perfect for my coloured vinyl LPs, 12" singles and Picture discs :D
#39
Thistleno1
kristoff1875
SpamJavelin
Perfect for my favourite albumhttp://www.alexgitlin.com/npp/gg87.jpg
I'm sure that's a joke, but it is crazy how his music became a taboo and just vanished. I understand why, just the reality of it is so odd. His Christmas song was one of my favourites as a kid, but you never hear it anymore.
Interesting article on that very point here. Can't help but think though that if the 70s music scene was investigated in more depth there would be loads more bands airbrushed out of history.
Not just the 70s. I think art/music/culture should stand up on its own merits. People seem to manage this for Alice in Wonderland.
1 Like #40
For significant birthdays research the number one album from their birth date, buy iton ebay, frame it, and get a little engraved bit of brass (from ebay) and put that on the front with the date, album name and a message. Always goes down a storm as something thoughtful and original.

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