Remaining stocks of the latter were jobbed off and exported to Australia, where Camden labels were affixed.
So some Camdens will be electrically recorded, and some by the old mechanical system.
This may help readers who are uncertain about the condition of their own 78s.
When people bid on rare records on auction lists, they want to know what exactly they are bidding on!I list here some standard phrases used by record fanatics across the country.By Tim Gracyk Lots of people, have thanked me for this "crash course" on the value of 78s and how to sell them. I wrote it to help people so they can get a fair price when selling their 78s.For additional help, see my other article on this topic, called The Value of Old 78s.Make sure the 78s are in sleeves, place the stack of 78s between cardboard, wrap tape around the bundle so they don't slide around, put the package in a box within a box.
When I buy 78s from people, I usually send an "empty box" to those sellers ahead of time.
" Since many record collectors do buying through the mail, sometimes by bidding on auctions, they rely on a special language.
Using select phases, collectors help fellow enthusiasts envision the condition of a given record.
Don Taylor tells us that underneath these Australian Camden labels, we will find a British Vocalion.
In 1927, Vocalion introduced their 8″Broadcast label, having given up making 10″ discs.
The first ‘wave’ of Cameos were sold by G Gilbert & Co. None bore artiste credit, simply describing the performance: ‘song’, ’band’ &c.