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I found this record holder in my grandma's basement. It was put out by Coca-Cola. She told me it holds the little records called 45s. It measures nine inches by 71/2 inches (22.5 centimetres by 18.75 cm). I cannot find any info on it. Have you ever seen one? What would it be worth?
Coca-Cola created a record club in the late 1950s. This was one of the premium items made for the club members. It was designed to hold 45 rpm records, which had one song on each side.
I have sold quite a few of these over the years. I noticed yours has a few tiny tears in the plastic. In perfect condition, these record holders sell for $30 to $40.
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