Dominion Gramophone Records Limited, Luton Beds, England.
First released ‘with panache' in October 1928 from their head office in Great Marlborough Street, London.
Numbering began at A.1 and continued to at least A.267 in April 1930.
Early issues came from Cameo and Perfect in America; Dominion's own recordings began at 1001, in August 1928, lasting till number 1726.
Labels: There was also a blue label for their ‘Classic' series, and a red label.
Artists: Many pressings of the Savoy Orpheans, or Jay Wilbur and his Band; Wilbur was the Dominion's musical director until early 1930. Wilbur was also behind the Deauville Dance Orchestra, The Brooklyn Broadcasters, and the Moonlight (and Midnight) Serenaders.
Dominion ceased trading mid 1930.
Records in collection:
L183 c2 DOMINION
RECORD Record Made by Dominion Gramophone Records, Pty Ltd, England.
L205 c3 DOMINION
RECORDS Record made by Dominion Gramophone