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How do you store yours? 12 Years ago Karma: 0  
Being new to this mini LP thing, I'm coming to the realization that I have no good way of storing them. I looked at a couple of nice CD boxes I found, but most such boxes are designed to hold jewel cases stored vertically, with the label end up. This makes them too narrow for mini LPs.

So how does everyone else keep their collection nice and controlled? Right now I have a small stack, which is fine if I don't bump into it and knock them over. But if I keep purchasing, this is going to turn into a problem really quickly.

Thanks,
Pete
 
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Re:How do you store yours? 11 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0  
That is exactly what I use also, being in the UK I get mine from Staples
 
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