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The Charmer (4)
A short-lived French company that existed in late 1928 - early 1929 at 6, rue Cavalotti, Paris (C.V.). The founder was Mathieu de Wrangel, presumably a relative of Baron Pyotr Nikolaevich Wrangel. The records maybe pressed in UK. Information from Henri Chamoux's book “DÉPÔTS DE MARQUES PHONOGRAPHIQUES FRANÇAISES DE 1893 à 1940. Documents tirés des bulletins de l'INPI”, p. 178.
--Gilles Pierre
Comic (4)
Personal label of Stanislav F. Sarmatov
Igor Seifert (2)
Looks like personal label of Igor Seifert
Horace Heidt (1)
Horace Heidt (May 21, 1901 – December 1, 1986) was an American pianist, big band leader, and radio and television personality. His band, Horace Heidt and his Musical Knights, toured vaudeville and performed on radio and television through the 1930s and 1940s. Source: Wikipedia
Maria Record (2)
In 1907 «Beka-Record» issued several records with «Maria-Record» label. Probably, they were made by order of Benois family. Only soloist of Marijinsky Theater in St. Petersburg Maria Nikolayevna Kuznetsova-Benois (1880-1966) was ever recorded on them. The labels were decorated with her photograph, but information about manufacturer was missing. Their origination from «Beka-Record» can be with great degree of certainty established by matching graphic styles of the matrix... [more]
Marusia Sava (13)
Marusia Sava's personal Label
Natacha Kedrova (2)
Nicholas Donzoff (2)
Personal label of Nicholas Donzoff
Old Ned (2)
Orpheon-Record (Vyaltseva) (6)
В 1910 году в Государственной Думе началась работа над первым законом "Об авторском праве". Как только стали очерчиваться контуры будущего закона, товарищество "Орфеон" вложило средства, вырученные от продаж "копированных" пластинок, в проведение собственных оригинальных записей. Наиболее известные из них — это пластинки с записями А.Д.Вяльцевой.
Pavel Kripakov (15)
...The second album called “Russian Songs” (XTV 85937-85938) came out three years later (i.e. in 1959 - Editor's note), also "at the author’s expense" with 1000 copies. On the disc, recorded in the Columbia studio, were 14 songs and ballads accompanied by Melitsa Brockert (piano). They again were selling the records themselves....

Excerpt from the article about life and art of Pavel Kripakov.
Russia (2)
Saint Peters Choir (1)
Sts Peter & Paul Russian Orhodox (2)
Tanagra (4)
Полное название Tanagra Recording Company. Всё, что о ней известно, это то, что она размещалась по адресу: 30 Church Street, Room 343, New York (буквально через улицу от бывших небоскрёбов – близнецов). Известно всего две пластинки, обе известного исполнителя романсов – Георгия (Жоржа) Северского (George Seversky), к большому сожалению сейчас мало известного и в России и зарубежом. ... [more]
Tour De Fox (9)
Looks like personal label of Alexander Vertinsky
Ukrainian Bandurists Chorus (11)
Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus used personal labels for its recordings (made by RCA Victor facilities in the U.S. and Canada). The design varies for each album:

Set #1 (Detroit, 1950): six 12" records, dirigent H. Kytasty.... [more]
Ukrainian Operatic Ensemble (7)
Vera Rozanka (2)

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