[78-L] Pre Dog Questions

Craig Ventresco craigventresco at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 00:08:04 PDT 2010

Anyway, I think that all later Victor records had this handwritten info, but
iot was no longer visible when the labels were no longer flush. Thedate
handwritten at the three o'clock position is the recording date.

On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 12:05 AM, Craig Ventresco
<craigventresco at gmail.com>wrote:

> That's a fairly late number in the 300 series, which was Victor's earliest
> 10" record series.I'm pretty sure that the performer on yours. Frank Seiden,
> made a lot of other Victor records around the same time period. He was a
> magician as well as a singer/comic. These early pre-dogs as well as the
> early dog Victors do not have the "sunken" labels that all Victors have from
> 1903 on. These labels are flush, so you can see all the information that was
> on the original master.
> On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 10:31 PM, jeffrey smedbron <
> bottomlessattic at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Found this Pre dog Victor last week and noticed the date, some initials
>> and
>> title info is scribed in the area behind the label. Is this how these
>> Victors
>> were all identified at this time ? It also has a matrix number of 3532
>> above the
>> label. Is this a first issue. ?  Is it known how many of this issue were
>> produced ?
>> Pics:
>> http://merr.com/users/xcentrik/3532a.jpg
>> http://merr.com/users/xcentrik/3532b.jpg
>> Jeff S
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