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EXCELOPHONE

(a) Pressed in Germany.
(b) Made in England.

Miller [M] indicates:
Produced in Germany (later Invica Record Co. In the United Kingdon), from 1913-c1915, for John G. Murdoch & Co., London, for sale in Australia via Macrow's. Some were also stick-over labels on Guardsman. There were several series - 1--, 2000, 5000, and 8000. 

Not listed in Longwel [L], Field [F], nor Rust [R]

Records in collection:

L099 c3 EXCELOPHONE RECORD Made in England.
438 (377).  WHERE THE SUNSET TURNS THE OCEAN BLUE TO GOLD  (Petrie).  Sung by Mr Ivan Williams. 
438 (376).  WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE.  Sung by E.P. Sheridan.

L110 c3+ EXCELOPHONE RECORD  Pressed in Germany  [Released in Britain?]
5672 (24446).  ON THE MISSISSIPPI  (Caroll, Fields).  Mr Harry Cove.
5672 (24447).  HEAR THAT ORCHESTRA RAG  (Joe Hollander)  Ibid.
 

L214 c3 EXCELOPHONE RECORD Made in Germany
8689 (10519).  AN EVENING SONG.  John Jamieson. Tenor.
8689 (10518).  THE HOLY CITY   Ibid.
 

V373 c1 EXCELOPHONE RECORD 
408 (102).  IT'S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY (Williams). Sung by Will Thompson. 
408 (257).  COME BACK TO ERIN (Claribel)
Sung by Terrance Donovan, tenor. 
[Crack through record.]