Dating pathe records

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During this time, he arranged to have six different records produced.Due to the controversial political nature of the records, they had to be produced anonymously with plain white labels, then Lansbury's people pasted on the label as seen here.Please be advised that because of the time involved in handling records, and the cost of bubble wrap and other packing materials, I have reluctantly instituted a minimum purchase of .If your order comes to less than this you will be charged a handling fee equal to the difference between the amount of your order and the minimum purchase price.All images are thumbnails, so clicking on them will display a full-sized image. in the early 20th century, founded the magazine of this name in 1925.Where the label name is a link, clicking it will take you to a new page with more information and, in most cases, an attempt to list all issues on that label. It survived independently until 1928 when it was merged with the Labour Party's own official newspaper.

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These records were composed of a laminated composition, and over the years tend to delaminate and to chip away at the edges.

A very early 5" disc produced by Homophon in Germany during 1905-6.

It is believed that about 75 different Lilliput records appeared for sale in the UK, but further details are unknown and none have been reported in recent years.

I have tried to note any damage to the record, and have tried not to list any records that are warped or delaminating, and I have tried not to list any records with rim chips dangerously near the grooves. May have some wear, scratches, or static, but still playable and enjoyable. A record in somewhat better than average condition. Not a mint record, but a record that appears to have been very little played. Records can be sent Media Mail (US only) at nominal postage.

I've also tried to note the rim chips, but small rim chips are so common that I may have missed a few in the descriptions. A record with heavy static or other damage, but which may be desirable nonetheless for its historic or musical value. In most cases, I have graded the record not only by appearance but also by listening to a portion of it; sometimes a record that appears to be clean will play with heavy static. I would be happy to cut a partial mp3 for any record priced or over that you may be interested in purchasing.

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