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THE ONLINE DISCOGRAPHICAL PROJECT

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THE LISTINGS!
ABBEY (USA)

ABBOTT (USA 1950s)
ABC-PARAMOUNT (USA 1950s)

ABNER (USA 1950s)

ACORN (USA)

ACTUELLE (see PATHE)

AFRS Transcriptions
Victory Night / Radio Band series
 

AJAX (Canadian Race 1920s)

ALADDIN (1945 - 1958)
100 (1945 - 1947)
3000  (1947-58)
500 (misc)
2000 (gospel)

AMERICAN MUSIC (USA)

AMERICAN RECORD COMPANY
(1904-1907)

AMMOR (USA early 1940s)

ANGELOPHONE (USA, 1910s)

APOLLO (mid 1940s - late 50s)
100
350
750 ("Jazz Masterworks")
1000 ("popular")

ARA (mid 1940s)
100 (pop)
4000 (western)
4500 (album sets)
5000 (ballroom?)

ARCO (1940s)

ARETINO
 A200  (10-inch, single sided by H&S and L&C)
A1000  (10-inch, single sided by L&C and Zono)
D500  (10-inch, double sided by Columbia) 

ARISTOCRAT (USA, 1940s)

ASCH (1940s)

ATCO (1950s)

ATLANTIC

AURORA
(early 1930s Canadian Victor)

BANNER (1921 - 1935)
1000 - 1500 (1921 - 25)
1500 - 2000 (1925 - 27)
6000 (1927 - 29)
7000 (1928)
500 (1930)
32000 - 32500 (1931 - 32)
32500 - 33000 (1932 - 34)
33000 (1935)
2000 "Standard" (1922 - 28)

BANNER (1940s, New York Hebrew)
BATON (USA, 1950s)

BAYOU (USA, 1950s)

BELL (USA, 1920s)

BELL (USA, 1950s, 7")
1000 (1953-1955)
1-115 (1956-1959)

BERLINER (very incomplete, but a start.....)
Early Series (1888 - 1899) and Foreign
"0" Prefix seris (1899 - 1900)

  BILTMORE (USA, reissues)

  BLACK AND WHITE (1940s)

BLACK PATTI

BLACK SWAN
2000
miscellaneous

  BLU-DISC

 BLUE LAKE

 BLUE NOTE

BLUEBIRD (1933 - 1942)
2000 - 2500 (Cajun / Mexican)
2500 - 3000 (ethnic)
3000 - 3400 (Latin American)
4500 - 5000 (mixed country/race?)
5000 (1933 -34)
5500 (1934 - 35)
6000 (1935 - 36)
6500 (1936 - 37)
7000 (1937 - 38)
7500 (1938)
8000 (1938 - 40)
8500 - end (1940 -42)
10000 (1938 - 39)
10500 (1939 - 40)
11000 (1940 - 1942)
 11500 (1942)
 
 
30-0800
33-0500
34-0700
 

 BOP! (USA)

BROADWAY (1920s)
1000 (1924 - 1932)
4000
5000  (race)
8000 (country)

BRONZE

BRUNSWICK (American)
100-600 serices (C&W) (1926-1933)
2000 (1920-1923)
2500 (1923-1926)
3000 (1926-1927)
3500 (1927-1928)
4000 (1928-1929)
4500 (1929-1930)
5000 (1920-1922)
6000 (1930-1932)
6500 (1932-1934)
7000 (Race) (1927-1932) 
7300 (1934-1935) 
7500 (1935-1937)
8000 (1937-1939)
10000 (10" classical single-sided) 
10100 (10" classical double-sided)
13000 (10" classical blue/gold label)
15000 (10" classical gold label)
20000 (12" popular)
 
 
50000 (12" classical)
55000 (Hawaiian) (1928-?) 
80000 (Decca Re-issue)

BUDDY
(mid-1920s Gennett product) 
BUSY BEE
cylinders
discs

CADENCE (USA, 1950s)

CAMEO
200 - 500 (1922 - 1924)
500 - 1000 (1924 - 1926)
1000 - 1300 (1926 - 1927)
8000 (1928)
9000 (1929)


CAPITOL
100-500 (1942-1948)
15000
500-1000 (1948-1950)
1000 - 1500 (1950-1951)
1500-2000 (1951-1952) note 1600s are reissues
2000-2500 (1952-1953)
 2500-3000 (1953-1954)
 
10000 (album sets) 
20000 (album sets)
40000 (Americana) 
48000 (American album sets)
52000 (ethnic)
60000 (jazz)
70000 (R&B)

CASTLE
(1944 - 1950, Oregon, USA) 
CAT

CETRA (Italy) 
 
BB 25000
 

CETRA SORIA (USA, late 40s)

CHALLENGE (1920s by Sears)
100-500
500-1000

CHAMPION (by Gennett and Decca)
15000 - 15500
15500 - 16000
16000 - 16500
16500 - end
40100 (Spanish by Gennett)
 
50000 (race/hot dance by Decca)
40000 (popular by Decca)
45000 (country by Decca)

CHANCE

CHART

CHECKER

CHESS

CHILDREN'S RECORD GUILD

CLARION (by Columbia)
5000 (General series 1930 - 1932)
Special Series (long play, double track, childrens)

CLOVER (1920s by Emerson/Grey Gull)

CLUB 51

COBRA (USA, 1950s)

COLONY (USA, 1950s)

COLUMBIA (USA): Cylinders
4000 - 6000 6000 - 8000 8000 - 10000
31300 - 32000 "XP"
32000 - 32500 "XP"
32500 - 33000 "XP"
85000 "BC" "Twentieth-Century"
 
COLUMBIA (USA): Discs
1 - 500
 
3000
A 1 to A 499 (1908)
A500 (1908 - 1911)
A1000 (1911 - 1913)
A1500 (1914 - 1916)
A2000 (1916 - 1917)
A2500 (1917 - 1920)
A3000 (1920 - 1921)
A3500 to A4001 (1921-1923)
A5000 (12") (1908-1913)
A5500 (12") (1913 - 1917)
A6000 to A6233 (12") (1917 - 1922)
A7500 (12"?) 
1D to 499D (1923-1925)
500D (1925-1927)
1000D (1927-1928)
1500D (1928-1929)
2000D (1929-1931)
2500D (1931-1934)
3000D (1935-1937)
13000D (race) (1923)
14000D (race) (1923-1933)
15000D (C&W) (1924-1932)
18000D (longer play)
40000D (Hawaiian) (1929-1931)
67000D (12" Classical) (1924-1928)
 
12000F (instrumental ethnic) 40500F (Acadian French) 67000F (12" Slovak)
50000X (12" Arabian 1928-29)
20000 (C&W) (1945-1947)
20500 (C&W) (1947-1952)
21000 (C&W) (1952-1953)
30000 (race) (1945-1951)
35200 (1939-1940)
35500 (1940-1941)
36000 (1941)
36500 (1942-1946)
37000 (1946-1947)
37500 (1947)
38000 (1947-1949)
38500 (1949-1950)
39000 (1950-1952)
39500 (1952-1953)
40000 (1953-1955)
40500 (1955-1957)
41000 (1957-1960)
55000 (12" red microphone)
ALBUM SETS 

COLUMBIA (Europe)
 
L 1500
 

COMMODORE (Music Shop)

CONQUEROR (1928 - 1941)
7000 - 7500 (1928-30)
7500 - 8000 (1930 - 32)
8000 - 8500 (1932 - 35)
8500 - 9000 (1935 - 38)
9000 - 9500 (1938 - 40)
9500 to end (1940 - 41)

CONTINENTAL (USA, 1940s)

CORAL (USA)
 60000 (1948-51)
60500 (1951-53)
61000 (1953-55) 
 61500 (1955-58) 
 64000 (country) 
 65000 (rhythm) 

 COSMO (late 40s USA)

 CROWN (early 30s USA)

CUPOL (Sweden)
1900 

 DECATUR (USA, re-issue)

DECCA (American)
100-500 (1934-35)
500-1000 (1935-36)
1000-1500 (1936-37)
1500-2000 (1937-38)
2000-2500 (1938-39)
2500-3000 (1939-40)
3000-3500 (1940)
3500-4000 (1940-1941)
4000-4500 (1941-1944)
5000-5500 (C&W) (1934-37)
5500-6000 (C&W) (1937-41)
6000-6112 (C&W) (1941-45) 
7000-7500 (R&B) (1934-38)
7500-7910 (R&B) (1938-42)
8500-8672 (Sepia) (1940-45)
10000 (Mexican) (1936-42)
11000 (reissue)
12000 (Irish/Celtic)
14000 (Scotch)
14500 (Faith)
15000 (12")
16500 (East Indian)
17000 (Cajun/Acadian)
17200 (Carribean)
18000-18500 (pop) (1939-42)
18500-19000 (pop) (1942-46)
19000 (Hawaiian) (hightly incomplete)
21000 (Spanish/Hispanic)
23000 - 23500 (1936 - 1946)
23500-24000 (1946-47)
24000-24500 (1942-47) 
24500-25000 (1947-50) 
25000-25500 (1938-40)
27000-27500 (1950-51)
27500-28000 (1951-52)
28000-28500 (1947-52)
28500-29000 (1952-54?) 
29000-29500(1954-55?)
29000 (12" classical, literature, pops, etc)
29500-30000 (1955-57?)
40000 (Collector's)
46000 (Country)
48000 (R&B) 
50000 (Latin American)
90000 (12" vinyl)

 DELTA (Jackson, MS)

DeLuxe (USA)
2000 series
5000 series 

DIAL (late 40s, USA) 
DISC (mid 40s, USA) 
DISCOVERY (late 40s - early 50s, USA)
 
DOMINO (1923 - ca 1933)
0100 - 0438 (1923-1924)
3439 - 3999 (1924 - 1927)
4000 - 4499 (1927 - 1930(?)
 
4500 - end (ca 1930 - 1933)
 

DOT (1950s, USA)
1000 (R&B, C&W)
15000
 

DOWN HOME (USA)

DUKE (1950s, USA) 
ELECTRADISK
1800 (8")
2500 (10") 

ELITE (early 40's)
 
EMERSON (1915 - 1926)
300 (6" vertical series 1915)
500, 5000 series (5", 6" single-sided 1915-1917)
700, 7000 series (7" double sided 1915-1919)
900, 9000 series (9" popular 1917-1919)
2000 series (classical 1919-21?)
1000, 10000 series (10" popular 1919-1921)
10500 (10" popular 1921-25)
3000 (10" popular 1926-27)
1200, 12000 series (Italian)
 
19000 (German)
 

ESSEX (USA, 50's)
 EXCELLO (USA, 50s)
EXCLUSIVE (USA, late 40's)
 
FALCON (USA, IL, 50's) 
FANTASY (USA, 50's) 
FBC (USA late 40's) 
FEDERAL (early 20's) 
FIDELITY (USA early 50's)
 
FLAIR (USA mid 50's) 
FLEXO / NEW FLEXO / WARNER / TITAN (USA mid 20s - early 30s) 
FORTUNE (USA)  
4-Star (USA)
P-Series
X-Series
1000
1500

FOX MOVIETONE (USA, mid 1930s) 
FREEDOM (USA, 1950s)
1500 (R&B)
5000 (Country)

GENNETT (1920 - 1930)
2500 Series (12")
2600, 2700, 2800 series (Classical / Operatic)
3000 Series (1925 - 1926)
4500-4999 (1919-22)
 5000-5499 (1922-24)
 5500 - 5800 (1924-26, including ethnic)
6000-6500 (1926-28)
6500-6999 (1928-29)
7000-7350 (1929-30)
9000 Series ("Standard")
10000

 GLORY (USA) 
 GOOD TIME JAZZ (USA) 
 GOODSON (late 20's British)
 
GOTHAM (USA)
 
500 (Jazz & Blues)
 

GREY GULL (1920 - 1930)
1000 - 1500 (Dance 1920-27)
 1500-1900 (Dance 1927-30)
 2000 series (Vocal 1920-30)
 4000 Series ("Standard")
7000 Series 
8000 Series 
100 Series (Childrens)

GROOVE (1950s, USA) 
GUILD (late 40's USA) 
HARLEM (mid 50's USA)
 
HARMONY (1925 - 1932, 1949)
1-H to 499-H (1925 - 28)
500-H to 999-H (1928 - 30)
1000-H to end (1930 - 32)
Ha 1000 (1949)
6000-H / 6500-H

HERWIN (late 1920's) 
Hi-Q (USA) 
HIS MASTER'S VOICE
RAF
VA (10-inch "Archive" series) 
VB (12-inch "Archive" series) 

HIT (early 40s, USA)
7000 Series (pop)
8000 (Classical, then ?)

HOLLYWOOD (Mid 1920s)

H.R.S (Hot Record Society)

HUMMING BIRD (USA 40s)

HY-TONE (USA 40s)

IMPERIAL (USA, 1917-18)

IMPERIAL  (U.S., 1940s-50s)
 100 (Mexican)
500 (Mexican cont'd)
1000 (Folk Dance)
5000 - 5500 popular
5500+ popular
8000 country

INTERNATIONAL RECORD COLLECTORS CLUB (USA)

JADE (early 50's USA) 
JAMBOREE (40's USA)
JAX (early 50's USA) 
JAZZ MAN (40's - 50's USA) 
JAZZ RECORD (1940's USA) 
JEWEL (U.S., 1927-31)
5000 - 5499 (1927 - 1929)
5500 - 5999 (1929 - 1930)
6000 - end (1930 - 1931)

J.O.B. (USA, 1950s)

JUBILEE (USA) 

5000
6000 

JUKE BOX (USA, 1940s)

JVB (USA, 1950s)

KEYNOTE (USA 40s)

KEYSTONE (KBS) Transcriptions
1 - 299
500-1000

KING (USA)
500 - 1000 (Hillbilly)
1000 - 1500 (Hillbilly Cnt'd)
4175 - 4500 (Rhythm/Blues)
4500-5000 (R&B cont'd)
5000
15000 (popular)

KING JAZZ (USA, 1940s)

KINGSPORT (USA, 1950s)

L'ANTHOLOGIE SONORE (France/USA 1930s-50s)

LASSO (USA, late 1940s)

LEEDS (Gold foil single-sided)

LEEDS & CATLIN cylinders (ca 1903)
numbers 1-1999
numbers 2000 - 9999

LENOX (USA, 40s)

LIBERTY (USA, late 1940s)

LINCOLN (1923-1930)
2000 (1923 - 1926)
2500 (1926-1928)
3000 (1928-1930)

LINDEN (USA, 40s/50's) 
LIONEL (6" 78rpm USA, ca 1962)

MACY'S (USA)
100 (Western)
5000 (R&B)

MADISON (USA 1920s)
1600
1900
50000, 5000, 6000

MAJESTIC (USA, 1940s)

MANOR (USA, 1940s)

MARS (USA, 1950s)

MASTER (USA, 1930s)

MASTER (USA, 1940s, unrelated to above)

MASTERPIECE (USA, 1940s)

MEDALLION (USA 1920s)

MELOTONE (1930-1938)
12000 (1930-1932)
12500 (1932-1934)
13000 (1934-1935)
1935 "dated" issues
 1936 "dated" issues
1937 "dated" issues 
1938 "dated" issues

MERCURY
1000 (1945-1947)
2000 (1945-47)
3000 (1946-1947)
5000-5500 (1946-1950)
 5500-6000 (1950-1952)
6000 (country/western)
7000 (children's)
8000 (rhythm)
8900 (jazz)
11000 (Jazz at Philharmonic)
70000 (1952-1960)
89000 (jazz continued)

MERITT (USA, 1920s) 

METEOR (USA, 1920s)new

METEOR (USA, 1950s) new
MGM (1940s - 1950s)
10000 - 10500
10500 - 11000
11000 - 11500
11500 - 12000
 30000 - 30500
30500 - end

MILTONE (USA, 40s)

MIRACLE (USA, 1940s) 
MITCHELL (USA, 1920s) 
MODERN (Modern Music/Modern Hollywood) (40s - 50s, U.S.A)
 100 Series
500 Series
 

MONTGOMERY WARD
1000 (early 30s from Crown)
4000 (1932-34)
4500 (1934-1936)
6000 (light classical)
 7000 (1936-1938)
7500 (1938-1939)
8000 (1939)
8500 (1939-1940)
10000 (1940 from Varsity)

MORGAN (USA, 1950s) 
MUSICRAFT (1936-1948)
200-500 series (popular)
1000 series (classical)
5000 series (childrens)
15000 series
 
 

NATIONAL (USA, 1940s) 
NATIONAL MUSIC LOVERS (1920s) 
NATION'S FORUM (USA) 
NEW PHONIC (1920s) 
NORDSKOG (1920s) 
ODEON (U.S., early 30's by Columbia)
 
 OKEH (1918-1935)
1000 series (vertical) (1918-1919)
4000 (1919-1921)
4500 (1921-1923)
8000 (race series) (1923 - 1927)
 8500 (race series) (1927 - 1935)
40000 (1923-1925) 
40500 (1925-1928) 
41000 (1928-1931) 
41500 (1931-1935) 
 
45000 (Country)
 90000 (Acadian French)
  
 OKEH (CBS) (1940-1957)
see Vocalion for prior issues in series
5600 (1940-1941)
6000 (1941)
6500 (1941 - 1945)
 6800 (1951 - 1957)
16000 (ethnic)
18000 (country, 1950s)

OLD SWING MASTER (USA, 1940s) 
ORIOLE (U.S.A)
100 (1923 - 1925)
500 (1925 - 1927)
1000 (1927 - 1929 )
1500 (1929 - 1930)
2000 (1930 - 1932)
2500 (1932 - 1934)
 
3000 (1934 - 1935)
 

OXFORD (U.S.A, 1906-1916)
1-1000 (by Columbia, Zonophone)
1000-2000 (by Columbia, Zonophone)
3000 - 5000 (by Columbia) 
5000 (by Zonophone)

PACIFIC (U.S., 1940s) 
PARAMOUNT
3000 (country, 1927 - 1932)
20000 (1919 - 26)
33000 (1919 - 22) 
12000 (race: 1922 - 27)
12500 (race: 1927 - 31)
13000 (race: 1931 - 32)

PARLOPHONE (British)
E.5000 (10") E.10000 - E.10500 (12" Classical) 
E.10500 - E.11000 (12") 
E.11000 - E.11500 (12")
MO series ("Music of the Orient")
OT series (Tango)
R2500 (10")
R/RO 20000-20500 (10" classical/operatic)

PARLOPHONE (U.S., early 1930s by Columbia)

PAR-O-KET (U.S., 7" Vertical) 
PARROT (U.S., 1950s) 
PATHE / ACTUELLE (U.S.)
10000 (10.5" vertical 1915 - 1916)
10100* (1921 - 1928)
20000* (1916 - 1921)
20500 (1921 - 1923)
21000 (1923 - 1929)
22000* (1916 - 1921)
25000* (1917 - 1929)
29000 (11.5" Vertical 1917 - 1919)
30000 (11.5" Vertical 1915 - 1917)
32000 (10" Lateral 1923 - 1930)
35000 (11.5" Vertical 1916 - 1917)
36000 (10" Lateral 1923 - 1926)
36500 (10" Lateral 1926 - 1930)
40000 (11.5" Vertical 1915 - 1921)
54000 (11.5" Single-sided)
60000 (11.5" vertical operatic/classical)
* files contain data for both lateral and vertical discs.  Lateral discs (up to 1926) have a "0" prefix not shown in file.  I would like to acknowledge Pathé Records and Phonographs in America, 1914 - 1922 by George A. Copeland and Ronald Dethlefson, which was invaluable in helping me make sense of the listings 
PEACOCK (1950s U.S.A)
 500 / 800
1500
1700 (Gospel) 

PERFECT (U.S.A)
100 ("race" 1926 - 1934)
11000 (1922 - 1932)
11500 (1922 - 1931)
12000 (1922 - 1928)
12500 (1928 - 1934)
13000 (1934 - 1935)
14000 (1922 - 1925)
14500 (1925 - 1928)
15000 (1928 - 1931)
15500 (1931 - 1934)
16000 (1934 - 1935)
 

POLYDOR (France)
 
800 "le petit"
 

POLYGON (British, 1950s) 
POST (USA, 1950s)

PREMIUM (USA) 
PRESTIGE (USA) 
PURITAN (1920s U.S.A)
 
11000 (1925 - 1927)
 

QRS (Cova) 
QUEEN (USA, 1940s) 
RAINBOW (USA, 1920s) 
RCA Victor
 
15-1000
 
20-1500
20-2000
20-2500
20-3000
20-3500
20-4000
20-4500
20-5000
20-5500
20-6000
20-6500
20-7000
21-0000 (Country)
25-5000 (Jewish)
For Previous issues, see Victor

RED RAVEN (USA, children's) 
REGAL
900 (1921)
9100 (1921 - 1923)
9500 (1923 - 1926)
8000 (1926 - 1928)
8500 (1928 - 1930)
10000 (1930 - 1931)

RED ROBIN (1950s, USA) 
REGENT (USA)
 
1000 (R&B)
 

REGIS (USA, 1940s) 
REX (British) 
 8000 (1933 - 35)


REX (USA, vertical)
 2000
5000


ROMEO
200 (1926 - 1927)
500 (1927 - 1929)
1000 (1929 - 1930)
1500 (1930 - 1932)
2000 (1932 - 1935)
 

 ROCKIN' (USA) 
RONNEX (Belgian, 1950s)

ROYALE
 
1700
 

ROYCROFT (late 20s, USA)

RPM (USA 50's) 
 SABRE (USA) 
SAVOY (USA)
100 series
500 - 1000 (jazz - bebop)
1100 series
1500 series
4000 series (gospel)
4500 series
5500 series

SCHIRMER
 
2500
 

SENSATION (USA)

SESSION (USA, 1940s)

SIGNATURE (USA)

SILVERTONE (1920's, for Sears)
2000 (mostly by Federal)
3000
3500 (by NYRL)
3800 (by Gennett)
4000 (Gennett cont'd)
5000 (early 20s)
5000 (later 20s)
8000

SILVERTONE RECORD CLUB (1940s) 
SITTIN' IN WITH / SITTIN' IN 
SONORA (USA, 1940s) 
SPECIAL EDITIONS (USA, 1940s by Columbia) 
SPECIALTY (USA, 1940s-50s) 
STAFF (USA, c. 1948) 
STAR (ca 1907-1910, U.S.A) 
 1 - 60 (Columbia sourced)
1200 - 6100 (block numbers)
 

STAR TALENT (USA)

STARR Gennett (Canadian, 1920s)

STATES (1950s) 
STATESMEN (USA, 1950s)

STERLING (USA, late 1940s)

SUN (USA, 50's) 
SUNBEAM (USA, 1946-47)

SUNRISE (USA, 1930s by Victor)

SUNRISE (USA, 1940s)

SUNSET (Mid 1920s)

SUNSHINE (Early 1920s)

SUPER DISC (late 1940s)

SUPERIOR (1920s, by Gennett)

SUPERTONE (1920s by Columbia for Straus & Schram)

SUPERTONE (for Sears)
2000 (by Brunswick/Vocalion)
9000 (by Gennett)
9500 (Gennett cont'd)

SUPREME (USA, late 1940s)

SWING (France) 
TALENT (USA - TX)

The TALKING MACHINE COMPANY (of Chicago) (cylinders) 

TENNESSEE (USA) 
TICO (USA, 1950s)
 
10-prefix
 

TIMELY TUNES (USA) 
TRIANGLE (Early 1920s) 
TRUMPET (USA)

TOP TEN (1940s) 
UNITED (1950s) 
 VARIETY (1930s)

VARSITY (USRC)
3000 (Hispanic)
5000 (from Crown)
6000 (race)
 7000 (international)
8000 (pop)
 

 VARSITY (Wright)

 VAUGHAN (1920s)

VEE JAY (1950s)
100 Series (pop)
800 series (gospel)

VELVET TONE
2273-end
Note: for releases with a number lower than 2273, see corresponding Harmony issue by subtracting 1000 from Velvet Tone number, i.e. Velvet Tone 1746 = Harmony 746 
7000 series

VICTOR (American)
2000 (single-sided)
4000 (single-sided)
5000 (single sided)
16000 (1908-1910)
16500 (1910-1911)
17000 (1911-1913)
17500 (1913-1916)
18000  (1916-1918)
18500 (1918-1922)
19000 (1922-1924)
19500 (1924-1926)
20000 (1926-1927)
20500 (1927)
21000 (1927-1928)
21500 (1928-1929)
22000 (1929-1930)
22500 (1930-1932)
23000 series (hot) (1930-1934)
23500 series (country)
24000 (1932-1933)
24500 (1933-1935)
25000 (1935-1936)
25500 (1936-1938)
26000 (1938-1940) 
26500 (1940)
27000 (1940-1941)
27500 (1941-1942)
35000 (12", 1908-1915)
35500 (12", 1915-1929)
36000 series (12", to end)
45000 10" Blue
 
55000 12" Blue
60000 10" Purple
 
64000 10" Red Seal
70000 12" Purple
74000 12" Red Seal
85000 12" Red Seal
87000 10" Red Seal
88000 12" Red Seal
89000 12" Red Seal 
92000 / 92500 Red Seal
500-1000 10" Red Seal
1000-1500 10" Red Seal
3000 10" Red Seal
6000-6500 12" Red Seal 
10000 12" Red Seal
V-38000 series (race) (1928-1930) 
V-40000 series (C&W) (1928-1930)
(also see Bluebird and RCA Victor)

VOCALION
 
 
13000 (Yiddish)
14000 (1919-1923)
14500 (1923-1925)
15000 (1925-1926)
15500 (1926-1933)
25000  (1933)
2500 (1933-1935)
3000 (1935-1937)
3500 (1937-1938)
4000 (1938)
4500 (1938 - 1939)
5000 (1939-1940)
5500 (1940)
(series continues as OKeh)
 
 
 1000 (race) (1926 - 1930)
 1500 (race) (1930 - 1932)
5000 (country) (1926 - 1933)
 
52000 (12" lateral single-sided)
70000 (12" lateral double-sided)

 WHITE (cylinders) (UK) new

 "X" (USA, 1954-56)

 YOUNG PEOPLE'S RECORDS (USA)

 YOUNGSTER (6" by Grey Gull)

ZONOPHONE (USA 1899 - 1912)
Etched Labels
7" and 9" Paper labels
10" single side
12" single side
 
10" double-side

Coming Soon!:
Falcon (TX), Gold Star, Ambassador, D&R, and who knows what surprises are lurking?  (actually, I don't, but if you click here you can glimpse the process)



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