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Centropechat (79)
According to P.N.Grünberg:
YearNumbers #
1919Moscow001 099
Petrograd100 153*
1920Moscow215 287
1921Moscow288 292

*It was reserved until #199
NarkomVoen (Kiev) (2)
Phonograph record production of the Political Department of NARKOMVOEN (People's Commissar)(Kiev). NARKOMVOEN existed from 23.11.1917 to 12.11.1923.
Grammoplastinka (10)
1921-1922
Soviet with pre-revolutional labels (60)
Gosprossnab NKP (own recordings) (4)
1923
Gosprossnab NKP (reissues) (23)
1923
Muzpred (0x-numbering) (54)
According to A.I.Zhelezny:
YearNumbers #
1924x0-1 x0-90
1925x0-94 0x295
19260x300 0x400
19270x405 0x450
Muzpred (reissues) (174)
MuzTrust (general list) (126)
According to A.I.Zhelezny:
YearNumbers #
19271 1050
19281055 2850
19292880 3350*
19303355 3510*

*Numbers of "MusTrust VSNH"
MusTrust (electric process) (811) new
According to A.I.Zhelezny:
(with refinements of D.Golovko)
YearNumbers #
19291 654
1930658 950
1931955 1462
19321470 2560
19332565 3210
Grammplastrest NKLP (39)
1932-1933

The production of records and gramophones was under the aegis of NKLP - Narodny Kommisariat Legkoy Promyshlennosti (People's Commissariat of Light Industry) - from September, 1932 until September, 1933. It received the name of Grammplastrest (GramMophone Record Trust) and continued the electrical process numbering system begun bu Muztrest.
Gramplasttrest (12307) new
YearNumbers #
19331 2
19343 488
1935489 999
1000 2999*
19353000 3278
19363279 4729
19374730 6354
19386355 7991
19397992 10032
Gramplasttrest (three digits wartime system) (330) new
Three digits numbers used from October 1942 to approximately middle of 1943. Numbering started with 101, ended a little bit over 500.
Gramplasttrest (Non-standard numbering) (263)
 
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