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What are these round objects holding up your books? Are they black CDs? What strange magic is this?
Vinyl records help define a generation, but that generation is really old now and record albums have gone the way of the VCR. Help educate all the Beliebers out there on what real music looks and sounds like when they ask you about the new Retro Vinyl Bookends.
Just like the records they were designed to mimic, they are durable and sturdy and will take lots of wear and tear. Show off your appreciation for the good old days and add these nostalgic Retro Vinyl Bookends to your library.
Music to Our Eyes
Music is the way many of us pass the time and help get us through difficult tasks. Since books do the same thing, it’s only right that there be Retro Vinyl Bookends. It’s a little bit of the past for those who refuse to look an e-book in the eye.
Specs, Features and Bragging Rights
- Unique retro vinyl bookends
- Keep books secure on shelves or tabletops
- Perfect gift for music lovers and die-hard purists
- Fun way to display your favorite reads
- Complements retro décor
- Set of 2 bookends
- Measures 6-3/4” x 5-1/4” x 1-3/4”
Who Would Love Retro Vinyl Bookends?
Any record collector would be proud display their favorite titles with these decorative book ends. They harken back to a time before iPods and MP3 players where the scratchy bliss of the White Album and the greatest hits of the Bee Gees reigned supreme. Vinyl records are a modern dinosaur, but they can keep the feeling alive with these bookends.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do they really play?
Sadly, no. When we say decorative, we really mean decorative. It might put you in the mood to break out your own vinyl collection and play the greats in the medium they were meant to be heard on. Believe it or not, but albums just seem to bring a realness to the music that digital just can’t match.
Can I put my records between them instead of books?
Look at you, Mr. or Mrs. Saucypants. Yes, you can. There’s no reason why your favorite albums can’t be nuzzled between these appropriate bookends. I wouldn’t say this if it was 8-track or cassette bookends, but there’s just something special about vinyl. Go ahead rebel, slap those records between the bookends.