Ronnex (Belgium) / 1953

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Design: A strong script with a gently curved baseline and swash initial, the colour combination being very high-contrast.

History: The Ronnex label, founded by Albert van Hoogten in 1951, went to about the mid-1980s. Label scan courtesy of collector Georg Richter of Germany, who writes: "Freddy Sunder, featured here, was a Belgian singer who conducted the orchestra at the 1983 Belgium contribution for the Eurovision Song Contest, titled "Ren-Devous," which was sung by a group named Pas de Deux."

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