Design: This 'label' is actually engraved directly into the record surface. This treatment was used in the early days of record manufacture (see also Disque Aspir, Pathe, Zon-O-Phone). Despite the limits imposed by the technology, the information is clear and well presented.
History: Label scan courtesy of music researcher and collector Bill Dean-Myatt of the U.K. Thanks also to Adam Miller of New Zealand for the following info: "From Don Taylor's English 78 Picture Book, Bulldog Records were established during WWI by William Ditcham. Masters were mostly outdated Beka and Favorite material. In later years a green and yellow paper label replaced the earlier etched variety [see next label], Crystalate continued to press the discs until Bulldog's fadeout in the 1920s." See Miller's collection of stamps and labels at: www.78rpm.net.nz/