Design: The outer border is similar to the contemporary U.S. Domino label, but the 'strap' design across the centre hails from an earlier time; the reference number either side of the spindle hole is unusually large. The widely-spaced, carefully-arranged style of typesetting and the fine printing quality also suggest a German origin.
History: Unknown (have info? Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org). Label scan courtesy of Norwegian collector Kjell Thorsen, who writes: "The record is double-sided, with a raised outer lip to stop the needle slipping off the record at the start position, and an eccentric run-out groove at the end (usual for records from about 1925 on). The brass-band orchestra is Tyrolean-sounding to me, so it may have been recorded in Austria or Germany. Why so many languages (German, English, Spanish and Russian) are shown on the label is unknown."