45 RPM Record Adapters, plastic and metal construction, 1950's - 1970's.
Top Row: Philco / Morse MFG. C, Fitchburg Mass. / No name ( Duotone type )/ Snap-It / No name
Second Row: No name ( Duotone type ) / Unknown German / No name ( Duotone type ) / No name ( Hutchison type ) / Fideltone
Third Row: Recotron / Webster / Airline / Unknown European (some marked KPL Mst 1/2) / Audio Tool
Fourth Row : No name ( Duotone type ) / Automatic Plastics Company ( Canada ) / No name / No name ( Recotron type ) / No name
One of the things you run across as a geeky thrift store / swap meet
record collector is millions of 7" records. During the height of
my collecting in the late 90's I picked up dozens of cheap 45s ( and
7" 33s as well ) not always for the records themselves, but tor
the great adapters stuck in the middle of these swell slabs of wax.
Above is a small cross section of some of these engineering marvels from my collection.
After multiple requests I've made this available as an oversize, high quality, matte print on fine art Canson paper... www.etsy.com/listing/112455807/45-adaptors-oversized-13-x...?