Rare Lot 10 Improved Gram-O-Phone Records Consolidated Talking Machine Company

Sold Date: November 13, 2017
Start Date: November 6, 2017
Final Price: $1,600.00 (USD)
Bid Count: 2
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This is a group of 10 very rare Improved Gram-O-Phone Records made by the Consolidated Talking Machine Company. They are 7 inch discs. They are all in nice condition with some light scratches. Some labels show a little more wear than the others. The backs all have the legal disclaimer label.

The Improved Gram-O-Phone Record label was the first label founded by Eldridge R. Johnson. Recordings were pressed on seven-inch discs and manufactured by the Consolidated Talking Machine Company, which would later become the Victor Talking Machine Company after a merger with Berliner Gramophone. On March 1, 1901, Johnson was prohibited from using "Gram-O-Phone" as part of the label name as a result of a court ruling, so the new label name for his seven-inch discs became Improved Record.

The following is a list of the records with their serial number;
Intermezzo, Cavalleria Rusticana played by, Sousa's Band A-353
What Do You Think of O'Hoolahan sung by, Ed M. Favor A-179
Limberger Cheese Recitation by, Geo. Broderick A-7
The Mick Who Threw the Brick sung by, Dan W. Quinn A-17
The Mocking Bird, Kylophone Solo by, Chas. P. Lowe A-207
Levee Revels played by, Sousa's Band A-328
Arrah Go On, sung by, Ed M. Favor A-192
She Knew a Lobster When She Saw One sung by, Dan W. Quinn A-15
Ol Alabam! song and dance played by Metropolitan Orchestra A-269
Ravings of a Maniac by Wm. Hooley A-62

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