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From this point, all original labels are believed to be the "six eye" label. The next eleven albums are children's records, many of which are part of the "Masterlength" series of stories. The following year, Columbia released their American issues on the UK market by the Philiips corporation. By now of course we have gone well beyond the 78 era. Finally, the Columbia trademark went into history inbeing replaced by CBS. This appears to be the second Columbia label; The catalog number identifies it as a USA release from Grand Prize Paris Sung by Bob Roberts, baritone solo with Orchestra Accompaniment.

Reverse of record is plain, with no embossing, and had a label attached which reads as follows - bold and intalics as is: THIS RECORD is manufactured by the American Graphopone Company under certain patents and licensed or sold through its sole sales agent, the Columbia Phonograph Company General, subject t o conditions and restrictions as to the persons to and the prices at which it may be resold by any person into whose hands it comes. Copies or duplicates must not bemade from it. No sale is authorized and no license is grannted to use this record when sold below that price.

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daying The back is an announcer extolling the qualities of the Columbia record. Below is a sample record demonstrating the quality of the New Process record that was put out in along with the front and back of the sleeve it came in. Both sample records sold for 25 cents while the first demonstration disc was a giveaway. The next major label change was from when Columbia introduced the flag label.

Left are examples of three color recors, copper, gold and green Next datng in the daying of Columbia labels was the Viva-Tonal styled label which ran from These are usually easily determined by the fact Columbia record dating they say Viva-Tonal on the label. However, when they first came out they didn't use this term on the label. These range from Besides the color there were minor differences in labels based on patent dates on the bottom, patent information on the top and the order of the patent information. Next up they put "Viva-Tonal" and "Electrical Process" on the label. Again, variations besides color are the patent dates and what's written below the logo on top.

These labels range from During this time Columbia enticed some artists to sign exclusive contracts with them by putting their images on the labels. Below are two examples, Paul Whiteman with the "potato head" label and Ted Lewis. This "gold band" label example is orange and one of their ethnic releases ca.