10.5″ vertically cut records, etched label with blue infill (later appeared paper labels), recording starts from the outside. Recording speed - 80 rpm, as written on the sleeve. According to Norman Field's website (http://early78s.uk), the records were produced by Pathé Frères for Diamond Disc Record Ltd. in London. Aappeared in January 1915. They mainly consisted of Paté's repertoire, but there were also their own recordings. In 1916 the firm was absorbed by Pathé, but continued to work until 1919. A total of 419 discs had been issued, the last catalogue number is 428 (nine numbers were never used).