Design: An old-fashioned design, but very attractive nonetheless. The label name following the outer curve, plus the use of the word 'record,' and the Edwardian-era decoration make this a product of the 1910 - 1920 era. H.G. Wells wrote 'The World Set Free' in 1914.
History: This long-lived company, founded in 1906, when it produced cylinder records, is still very active in language education, producing CDs and DVDs. Label scan courtesy of collector Jukka Kettunen of Finland.
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