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I have made this cool retro style clock from an original 12" LP by Johnny Cash.
This is a 12" vinyl LP on the cool vintage style SUN label.

Picture shows "The Man, The World, His Music".
Song tracks on the label may vary, as I use which ever side is the most excellent condition.

This clock comes with gold hands. Silver hands available on request.
I have other Johnny Cash clocks in stock, drop me an email or check out my shop...

Made from a recycled 12" wide vinyl record.
Size: 12 inches / 30cm across.
Comes in its own box, ready to give as a gift.
Made with a non-ticking quartz clock movement.
Has a built in hanger. Easy to hang on your wall.
12 month guarantee from date of purchase.
Requires 1 x standard AA battery (not supplied)

My record clocks are all made from vintage vinyl and as such may have light marks or wear to them, this does not detract in any way from the final clock, and is part of its character. I only use records that are in excellent condition.


I have thousands of records in stock. Why not email me and see if I have your favourite band or artist as a clock, your wedding song perhaps, or a tune or album that is special to you or someone you love. Fast turnaround and shipping on most orders.

Johnny Cash Vinyl Record CLOCK made from recycled 12" album,. On the SUN label. Cool retro look...

$29.67 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vinyl record, recycled, upcycled, clock, folk, Johnny Cash, The Man in Black, country, The Man The World His Music, black, yellow, SUN label, retro design
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 445 reviews
  • Favorited by: 23 people