The most important number we see in the wax is the same one we see on the label, to the right of the centre hole.
This is the master number, sometimes called the matrix number.
If you are not sure of how records in general 78s in particular were made, The most important things about most recent records are their performer, and the title.
Thanks to those that have offered label images for my site.
However, for the moment, this is intended to be only labels from my own collection of records.
And often so do we, to help us keep our collections in order.
Mind you, early on, it was quite common to find records with a different catalogue number on each side!
I can add the labels faster than I can research them at this point.
If you have any questions, general comments, find errors or have records for sale please feel free to write to me at [email protected]: For children's record labels I typically only include one for each style even though, in some cases, every record will have a different picture or color scheme.Wij zullen de informatie verwerken en beschermen in overeenstemming met uw keuzen en met de Algemene Voorwaarden.As on all pages of this site, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the contents they are only our thoughts, & so may be wrong.Perhaps even people in Austria found difficulty in ordering these too, because they are quite scarce.Still, catalogue numbers, however fascinating they are, are not particularly what this page is about. Of course, finished records have never been made out of wax.The links below will show you the labels I have in my collection in alphabetical order. However, if you are looking for something in particular please ask as I do have quite a few duplicates and others that do not suit my musical tastes.