Voted by Rolling Stone magazine as the best album of the 1980’s, London Calling is a truly iconic British album with sales to date of over five million copies worldwide.
Not only is the album among the very best of the Clash’s remarkable discography, but the album cover was voted in the top ten best album covers of all time and captures bassist Paul Simonon smashing his bass against The Palladium stage in New York, which was named the best rock and roll photograph of all time by Q magazine.
The London Calling Stamp and Vinyl Frame is the definitive The Clash tribute; featuring Royal Mail’s classic London Calling stamp alongside a pristine, unplayed vinyl edition of the actual album.
Paired together, the stamp and classic vinyl album make a genuinely superb wall display. They give that iconic cover artwork the place it deserves – displayed like the piece of art it is – not hidden away on a shelf with all your other vinyl.
Your framed presentation has been hand-framed by a master framer with 30 years’ experience. The glaze is made of premium acrylic rather than glass due to its lighter weight, strength and level of clarity. Your frame will arrive complete with a protective plastic film for the acrylic which can be peeled off prior to hanging.
Only 250 available
What’s more, with a TINY worldwide edition limit of just 250, I can only allocate them on a first-come first-served basis. And considering the recent sell-out history of other vinyl presentations, I don’t expect this to be available for long.
For fans of The Clash, this iconic display is a superb collecting opportunity. Click add to basket now to secure yours.
London Calling Stamp & Vinyl Frame
(+ £7.99 p&p)
(+ £7.99 p&p)
- Stamp: GB 2010 Classic Album Covers London Calling stamp - 1st class
- Glass size: A2
- Edition Limit: 250