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THE RECORDS - UNUSUAL 

RECORD CONDITION CODES
c5 - mint, no scratches, rarely played
c4 - excellent, few if any scatches 
c3 - reasonable, normal wear as expected
c2 - poor, but playable
c1 - badly worn, many scratches, maybe damaged (indicated)
Also: 
s - scanned label, most likely illustrated in specific label section. 
 

UNUSUAL
Basically, this category deals with the ‘unusual' size of a record, perhaps an overstatement as these smallwer (than 10-inch) records were far from ‘unusual' if one considers the number of them. See also RARE category.
 

U001 sc3 DURIUM   Manufactured by Durium Products (G.B.) Ltd. 
EN-26.   STANDCHEN 
The Band of H.M. 2nd Battaalion Queens Ropyal Regiment.  Conducted by Mr. R. Barsotti. 
[Thin, brown, flexible vinyl, cardboard backing.]

U002 sc2 GOODSON RECORD Goodson Gramophone Records Co. Ltd. London.
228.  JUST LIKE A STORY BOOK (McCarthy, Hanley)
Frank Novak and His Music. Fox-trot with Vocal Chorus.
U228.  THE WINDING ROAD THAT LEADS TO HOME (Sannella).  The Michigonians.  [Stamped ‘Factory Pressing Not For Sale'. Flexible record, double sided. No label as such - data printed in blue on thin white vinyl.]

U003 sc3 IMPERIAL
Crystalate Gramophone Record Manufacturing Co. Ltd., London
C123-3 JACK PAYNE - Himself.
C124-3 SAY IT WITH MUSIC   F.D.& E. 
[The record is only 3 1/2 inch diaameter; the label 1 1/4 inch diameter.]
 

SIX-INCH RECORDS

All are English Manufacture except where indicated. All different labels scanned, at 120%. All in c3 condition.
Some record labels have indication, ‘To be played at speed of 90'. Some records are 5 5/8th diameter. 

U6-01 THE MIMOSA
P11 (E155).  THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME.  Vocal with piano accompaniment.
P16 (E176).  WHATS THE GOOD OF LEAVING THE DEAL OLD HOME?
Comedy song with orchestral accompaniment. [Gold lettering on red background.]

U6-02 THE MIMOSA
P158 (E459).  ALL AMONG THE BARLEY.  Song, with orchestral accompaniment.
P158 (E462).  LITTLE BROWN BABY. 
Song, with orchestral accompaniment. [Black lettering on red background.]

U6-03 THE LITTLE MARVEL 
1074A LET'S ALL GO TO MARY'S HOUSE.  Song. Electrically Recorded.
1074B MEMORIES OF WALES.  Dance Band. Fox-trot. Electrically Recorded.

U6-04 THE LITTLE MARVEL
C5176 STARS AND STRIPES MARCH.  Band.
F185 PASADENA.  Vocal.

U6-05 DINKY Made in England.
416 (289).  SANTIAGO   Waltz.
416 (352).  DRIFTWOOD
Song. [This record is 5 5/8 inch diameter. Has a sticker indicating cost of one shilling.]

U6-06 THE FAIRY RECORD
1016A.  PADDLIN' MADELIN' HOME.  Fox-trot.
1016B.  IT WAS A LOVER AND HIS LASS.  Song.

U6-07 THE FAIRY RECORD
1090A PAREE (So This Is Paris).  Spanish One-Step, Vocal Chorus. Electronically Recorded.
1030B PLANTATION.  Fox-Trot. Dance Band. Electornically Recorded.

U6-08 THE FAIRY RECORD
1064A THAT NIGHT IN ARABIA.  Fox-trot. Vocal chorus.
1064B STEPHANIE GAVOTTE.  Military Band.

U6-09 THE FAIRY RECORD
1053A WHOP.  From ‘Sunny'. Fox-trot. Dance Band.
1053B CHERRY RIPE.  Flute solo.

U6-10 THE FAIRY RECORD
1047A IN MY GONDOLA.  Fox-trot. Dance Band.
1047B FINALE ‘WILLIAM TELL'.  Xylophone solo.

U6-11 MIMOSA
P137 (471).  THE HARP THAT ONCE THROUGH TARA'S HALLS.  Ballad, with piano accompaniment.
P137 (529).  DREAM DADDY.  Waltz Song with Orchestral Accompaniment.
[This record is 5 5/8th diameter.]

U6-12 LITTLE WONDER RECORD
168.  THE ROSARY.  Tenor Solo.
[Record is 5 5/8th diameter. One sided. Reverse has US patent list, embossed. Label is pressed into record material.]

U6-13 THE BELL Rings Out Loud and Clear
Made aat Edison Bell Works, London.
288 (237).  THERE'S LIFE IN THE OLD DOG YET.  Patter Song.
288 238).  THE LAUGHING JAZZ DRUMMER.  Laughing song. [Record is 5 3/8th diameter.]

U6-14 THE BELL Rings Out Loud and Clear.
Manuafctured by J.F. Hough Edison Bell Works, London. 
270 (205).  HA! HA! HA!  Laughing song.
270 (204).  A JOLLY OLD MAN.  Laughing Song. [Record is 5 3/8th diameter.]

U6-15 "PYGMY" GRAMOPHONE mADE IN eNGALND.
NO. 3 (W422).  DING DONG DELL.  Nursery Rhyme Sung by Uncle Cherry.
No.3 (W427).  WHERE ARE YOU GOING MY PRETTY MAID?  Ibid. [Record is 5 1/2 inch diameter].

U6-16 THE WENDY RECORD Wocord Australia
C5519 IL TRAVATORE CHORUS.  Band.
F125 GRANNY'S SONG AT TWILIGHT.  Vocal. [Record is 5 5/8 inch diamter).

U6-17 NURSERY RHYMES
E492 OLD KING COLE.  Sung by Uncle Joe.
E493 GEORGIE PORGIE.  Ibid.

U6-18 NURSERY RHYMES
L658 LITTLE MISSS MUFFET.  Nursery Rhyme by Uncle Joe.
L620 NURSERY LAUGHS.  Nursery Stories by Uncle Sambo.

U6-19 LINDEX Germany
407 ALLE MEINE ENTCHEN!  Gesang.
408 WOLLT IHR WISSEN?  Gesang.

U6-20 BROADCAST JUNIOR V.G.C.   Electrically Recorded. To be plaayed at a speed of 80. 
J-305A.  TEN LITTLE NIGGER BOYS.  Nursey Rhyme.
J-305B.  DICKORY DICKORY DOCK AND BOYS COME OUT TO PLAY.  Nursery rhyme. 
[The original sleeve states that The Popular Broadcast Record has a playing duration equal to the average 10-inch record. The Broadcast Twelve record has a playing tome of the average 12-inch record. It does not specify the duration of the Broadcast Junior.]

U6-21 LITTLE GEM RECORD
1017A BAM BAM BAMY SHORE.  Fox-trot.
1017B IL BACIO.  Band.

U6-22 LITTLE GEM RECORD
1027A BARCELONA.  One-Step. Dance Band.
1027B MEDITATION "THAIS".  Violin Solo.

U6-23 THE MIMOSA RECORD 
P220 (E608).  SEA SONGS   The Mimosa Orchestra. 
P220 (E617).  SOMEWHERE DOWN IN BRITANY. With Orchestral Accompaniment.
 

SEVEN-INCH RECORDS

U7-01 sc3 NICOLE RECORD   Made in London, England.
4583.  PENNIES.  Sung by Mr. Will Campbell. English. Baritone Song.  [7-inch. Single sides, thick red vinyl.]

U7-02 sc3 E. BERLINER'S GRAMOPHONE
Covered by English and Continental Patents
2324 THE HOLY CITY.  Sung by Mr Wills Page.
[7-inch. Single-sided, black vinyl. Label is embossed. Contains the ‘Winged Angel' trade-mark, and manufacturer's details - however, the tune title and artist is engraved by hand. Reverse is blank. ‘Label' not scanned as would come out as black.]

U7-03 sc3 E. BERLINER'S GRAMOPHONE.  Patent details are listed.
707 GUARDMONT.  Drum Corp. Washington C. 1297-23
[7-inch. Single-sided, black vinyl. Label is embossed with  manufacturer's details - however, the tune title and artist is engraved by hand. Reverse is blank. ‘Label' not scanned as would come out as black]

U7-04 sc2 EMERSON 
Emerson Phonograph Co. Inc. USA. 
7354 (2999).  ALL ABORD FOR HOME SWEET HOME (Burkhart, Plantadosi, Glogau) 
Patriotic Solo Sung by D. (Bud) Bernie. Orchestra accompaniment. 
7354 (2001).  MOTHERS OFF AMERICA YOU HAVE YOUR SHARE (Ellis, Porter)
Patriotic Solo Sung by Harry Ellis. Orchestra accompaniment.
[7-inch. Double-sidded. Has been damaged and repaired.]

U7-05 sc3 "THE VICTORY"   British Manufacture
173 (805).  OR ANYTHING ELSE I'VE GOT.  Sung by Albert Whelan.
173 (648).  FLYING DUTCHMAN.  Played by the Victory Military Band.  [7-inch ‘Long Playing Record'.]

U7-06 sc3 "THE VICTORY"   British Manufacture
279 (999).  A BENCH IN THE PARK.  ("King of Jazz")  Played by the Victory Dance Orchestra.
279 (39).  TAP DANCE  Justin Ring and His Dance Orchestra. [7-inch ‘Long Playing Record'.]

U7-07 c3+ EMERSON RECORD     E.P.(Co). Inc. N.Y. USA.
7272 (2743).  WHAT KIND OF AMERICAN ARE YOU MEDLEY. Emerson Military Band. Arranged for the patriotic  and musical comedy hits/ 
7272 (2720).  SAYS I TO MYSELF, SAYS 1. Character song sung by Robert Grant. Orchestra accompaniment . A Rollicking Irish comedy number. [7-inch record. With original sleeve].

U7-08 sc3+ VOCALION MIDGET Made in Australia.
V.M.102 (DC510).  LITTLE BO PEEP.  Nursery Rhyme.
V.M.102 (DC511).  SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE. Nursery Rhyme. 

U7-09 sc2 IMPERIAL JUNIOR British Made
No.34. (DC234).  JUST STEEP Vocal sung by Paul Manning.
No.34. (DC213).  WHEN I SAY GOODBYE TO YOU. Sung by Sydney Bolton.

U7-10 c3 VOCALION MIDGET.  Made in Australia
V.M.103 (DC513).  HUMPTY-DUMPTY Nursery Rhyme.
V.M.103. (DC512). SEE-SAW, MARJORIE DAW and TOM, TOM, THE PIPER'S SON.

U7-11 sc3+ FRANY RECORD [German]
F319a (J462).  DICHTER UND BAUER. Orchestter.
F319b (C5092). ERIKA BRAUCHST DU NIGHT EILIEN FREUND? Tanz Orchester./

U7-12 sc2 GOLDEN RECORDS. E.M.I. (Australia) Pty Ltd. By arrangement with Simon and Shuster (USA). 21 (LG7/19).  BRAVE COWBOY BILL Part 1. (Jackson, Millet). The Sandpipers & Gilbert Mack, with Mitch Miller and his Orchestra.
21 (LG7/20). BRAVE COWBOY BILL. Part 2.  .Gilbert Mack, with Mitch Miller and his Orchestra.[Yellow vinyl].

U7-13 sc3 KIDDYPHONE. 
No.1(116).  FOLLOW THAT SWALLOW. Played by the Kiddyphone Dance Orchestra. Foxtrot.
No.1 (114).  NURSERY RHYMES. Ibid.

U7-14 sc3 LITTLE TOTS' NURSERY TUNES 
115-A.  THE SANDMAN. Jane Bartlett.
115-B.  SLUMBER BOAT.  Ibid.

U7-15 c3 EMERSON Emerson Phonograph Co. Inc. NY. USA.
7510 (21364).  FRIENDS (Johnson,Santly, Meter)  Baritone solo sung by D. (Bud) Bernie. Orchestra accompaniment. 
7510 (21386).  WHEN I'M GONE YOU'LL SOON FORGET (E.Austin Keith) Male quartet sung by Peerless Quartet Orchestra accompaniment. [With original sleeve].

U7-16 c3 EMERSON Emerson Phonograph Co. Inc. NY. USA.
7345 (2980).  SAY A PRAYER FOR THE BOYS OUT THERE (Grossman, Marr) Patriotic solo sung by harry Evans Orchestra accompaniment. 
7345 (2970).  I'M GOING TO FOLLOW THE BOYS. (Monaco, Rogers). Ibid.   [Original sleeve].
 

EIGHT-INCH RECORD - BROADCAST

U8B-01 to U8-14 BROADCAST Made in Australia
 

EIGHT-INCH RECORDS 

U8-01 sc3 THE AUSTRAL DUPLEX RECORD - WOCORD. Manufactured by World Record (Australia) Pty Ltd. Brighton, Vic, Australia
D14-11.  I WANT TO BE HAPPY.  Selection from ‘No No Nanette'.  Ralton's Havana Band.
D21-26.  SOB SISTER SADIE.  Ibid.  [[8-inch record. What makes thiss record so unusual is that the base is made of wood, with a thin veneer of vinyl on each side. I understand this was as a result of material shortages during the Second World War.]

U8-02 c3 THE AUSTRAL DUPLEX RECORD - WOCORD.  Manufactured by World Record (Australia) Pty Ltd. Brighton, Vic, Australia
D86-51.  GARDEN OF TOMORROW.  Ray Tellier's San Francisco Orchestra.
D88-52.  PETER PAN I LOVE YOU. Ibid.  [[8-inch record. What makes thiss record so unusual is that the base is made of wood, with a thin veneer of vinyl on each side. I understand this was as a result of material shortages during the Second World War.]

U8-03 sc3 ECLIPSE Made in England. [Red]
No.128 (JW449).  THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD The Band of H.M. Irish Guards. 
No.128 (JW450).  THE PROSPERITY SONG. Ibid. [With original sleeve].

U8-04 c3 ECLIPSE Made in England.   [Blue]
SC78(JW?).  THE WALTZ POT-POURRI Part 1. Mayfair Light Symphony Orchestra.
SC78 (JW1073).    THE WALTZ POT-POURRI Part 2. Ibid.  [On original sleeve - Double Sided, Electrically Recorded]

U8-05 sc3 EDISON BELL RADIO British Manufacture.
1300 (89633).  BUNKEY-DOODLE-I-DOH. Henry Hudson and his Melody Men. Comedy 6/8 with Vocal Chorus.
1300 (89634).  MAGGIE'S COLD. Ibid. [With original sleeve].

U8-06 c3 EDISON BELL RADIO.  British Manufacture.
822 (88052).  DID YOU MEAN IT?  Harry Hudson's Melody Men. Fox-trot with vocal choruss.
822 (88054).  CLONK-ER-T-CLONK. Ibid. Decreiptive Patrol with Vocal Chorus.

U8-07 c3 ECLIPSE Made in England. [Red]
No.330 (JW9?).  LET'S ALL SING LIKE THE BIRDIES SING.  Jack Grose and His Metropole Players.
No.330 (JW961).  DRIFTING AND DREAMING (Hanley). Ibid. 
 

NINE-INCH RECORS

U9-01 c3 CROWN Made in England.
211-A .  WOULD YOU P.  The Radio Serenaders
211-B.   THERE'S NOT THE SLIGHTEST SIGN.  Ibid. [Record diameter is 9 inches.]

U9-02 c3 CROWN Made in England. (Gold on deep purple, nearly black)
76-A.  JUST AS LONG AS THE WORLD GOES ‘ROUND AND AROUND (Woods) Ben Hammond and His Orchestra.
76-B.  DON'T BE AFRAAID OF TOMORROW. (A?)  Ibid. [In original sleeve].

U9-03 c3+ CROWN Made in England. (Gold on blue).
283-A.  LITTLE AUDREY. Part 1 (Burnaby, North).  The Connecticut Collegians.
283-B.  LITTLE AUDREY. Part 2. Ibid.

U9-04 c3 EMERSON RECORDS Emerson Phonograph Company Inc., New York.
9148 (3459).  HEART BREAKING BABY DOLL (Hess, Mitchell). 
Character song Sung by Billy Murray. Orchestra accompaniment. 
9148 (3458).   HOW ARE YOU GOING TO WET YOUR WHISTLE? (Byrne, McIntyre, Wenrich). Ibid.

U9-05 sc3+ EMERSON RECORDS Emerson Phonograph Company Inc., New York.
9109 (3355).  A LTTLE BIRCH CANOE AND YOU (Callahan, Roberts). 
Vocal trio Sung by Sterling Trio. Orchestra Accompaniment. 
9109 (3356).  TILL WE MEET AGAIN (Ehan, Whiting). 
Tenor Duet sung by Burr and Campbell. Orchestra accompaniment.