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All images are thumbnails, so clicking on them will display a full-sized image.Where the label name is a link, clicking it will take you to a new page with more information, images and, in most cases, an attempt to list all issues on that label., images An eary "acetate" disc, the example here dates from 1937, based on the tune titles.Please contact us if you wish to pay by an alternate method. Shipping charges for foreign orders will differ from what is shown in the shopping cart based on weight, value and country of destination.You may go ahead and place your order and we will contact you with the actual shipping costs once your order has been packed and weighed.An very scarce label, Aerial was a so-called unbreakable record manufactured by Duophone and using the same masters and pseudonyms as the Duophone M- series.It would appear that only one issue of 6 records was ever produced, and probably only a small number of each was manufactured.American masters came from American Vocalion, Emerson and Gennett and are mainly acoustical recordings, though the later ones from both Vocalion and Gennett are electric.
Whether the recordings on this (and other similarly labelled) records are from film soundtracks, I cannot say.
They were available from 1926 to about 1928, and used mainly (if not completely) English masters recorded in London.
A British Educational record, produced for the Anglo French Music Company.
This extremely rare British label is also one I know little about, other than it is from the Vocalion stable like Beltona, Guardsman, etc.
It may have been produced for export only, judging by their scarcity.The records used English, French and American Pathe masters throughout.