Design: In the upper segment, the Greek mythological figure of Pan leaning against a tree playing his twin pipes (as on the Silvertone label) is here replaced by a beautiful young maiden (usually seen playing a harp, as on the Homokord and Opera Disc Company labels). She is accompanied by a naked cherub who appears to be singing while playing an aeolian harp. The lower segment is framed by a pair of hovering dragonflies bearing gauzy, diaphonous drapes. The whole image is meant to symbolize natural innocence and musical purity. The label name lettering is in the Art Nouveau style of the late 1890s.
History: Unknown (have info? Send to firstname.lastname@example.org). Label scan courtesy of Martín Javier Gorosito of Argentina. Collectors/buyers: see his web site at www.discos-martin78rpm.com.ar