Are 10-inch records worth anything?

As it turned out, everyone wanted those extra grooves—by the mid-1950s, 10-inch records had been largely phased out, which is what makes them so collectible today. Some of the most prized, vintage 10-inch records from 1948 to 1956 are those cut by jazz artists on labels like Clef, Savoy, Prestige, and Blue Note.

What are record sleeves used for?

A record sleeve can be full or have a cut-out center hole for viewing the labels without having to remove the record from the sleeve. Besides the standard white, they can come in various colors and/or have print on them like label logos, lyrics, sleeve notes, artwork, etc.

How big should a record sleeve be?

The size of the typical cardboard LP sleeve cover is 12.375 in (31.43 cm) square.

What size is a 12-inch record sleeve?

Each one measures approx 32.6 cm x 32.6 cm x 2 cm, with an acrylic front glazing.

What size is a 12-inch record?

LP record

A 12-inch LP vinyl record
Media type Audio playback
Capacity Originally 23 minutes per side, later increased by several minutes, much longer possible with very low signal level
Read mechanism Microgroove stylus (maximum tip radius 0.001 in or 25 μm)
Dimensions 12 in (30 cm), 10 in (25 cm), 90–240 g (3.2–8.5 oz)

How big is a 10 rpm record sleeve?

Click on a product links below for pricing and more information. 10″ Record Paper Sleeves. White. 10-3/16 x 10-1/8″. Made of acid-free paper. Fit in our 10” record jackets. Will hold Edison Diamond Discs. 10″/ 78 rpm Record Sleeve.

Are there inner sleeve sleeves for 7 ” records?

We also have a full line of inner sleeves made with antistatic HDPE, and make sleeves for 7″, 10″, and 12″ records. Don’t be forced to choose between keeping the original packaging of your picture disc singles and upgrading to an anti-static HDPE sleeve–now you can have both.

How big are the sleeves on Columbia Records?

BACK-ORDERED UNTIL OCT 2021 No jacket is too tight for our 1.5 mil round bottom antistatic inner. 1950s Columbia jackets, dowel sleeves, even the heavy paper sleeves inside modern LP reissues–these sleeves will fit them all. Forget cloudy LDPE outer sleeves or expensive, brittle Mylar.

What kind of material are Diskeeper record sleeves made of?

Our flagship products are our Diskeeper record sleeves, the highest quality phonograph record sleeves available anywhere. Our outer sleeves pioneered the use of polypropylene, combining the crystal clarity of Mylar with the low price of polyethylene, without Mylar’s tendency to split.