Design: A brilliant example of steel-nib or engraving-influenced calligraphy (less commonly used for advertising purposes than fat-faced brush script, not least because it is a highly demanding style to execute well). Other fine examples of this classy treatment are the S&G and Electro labels (the latter likely from the same artist). The single continuous line whips stylishly from top to bottom, cleverly splitting across the spindle hole to form a five-line music staff.
History: Unknown (have info? Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org). Label scan courtesy of collector Jukka Kettunen of Finland.