Vox 3

Electro-Vox (Germany) / 1928

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Design: The basic design is unchanged from previous years, but the words 'Electro-Vox' have been added a the foot to show that the electric recording technology had been utilized in the making of this record. The sleeves are of very high quality in regard to graphic design.

History: Founded in 1921, Vox Schallplatten und Sprechmaschinen-Aktiengesellschaft of Berlin switched over to the electrical recording process in 1925. Label scan courtesy of collector Georg Richter of Germany, who writes: "The sleeve scans [below] are from Televox, a Berlin record and radio shop that had its own recording studio, but was in fact unrelated to the Vox record company."



Design variations of this label in this decade (click on image to view page):


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