Design: The cameo at the top has been redrawn and now faces the opposite direction; the woman's head is more in the classical Greek style, and wears a laurel garland. The vertical red lines have been dropped, obviating the need for a panel around the main line of lettering. The choice of the masculine, angular Gothic lettering is questionable since it is not very readable when given a white release, and is rather heavy compared to the delicacy of the rest of the design.
History: Founded in 1921 as a cheaply-priced label, Cameo eventually merged with Pathé and then Regal to form the American Record Corporation. The label name was discontinued in 1931.