Tinfoilphono Posted March 10 Share Posted March 10 Melvind's post about an interesting dealer tag in a Victrola made me realize that a thread about dealer tags in general might be fun. I am a huge fan of such tags and decals. Here are some I have at the moment. Here's a rigid arm Victor R with a Sherman-Clay metal tag (San Francisco): A Columbia Type AN with one of the most interesting dealer tags I've ever seen: Columbia Type A with a metal tag for Peter Bacigalupi of San Francisco, with his early address of 946 Market Street: An Edison Standard with Polyphone attachment, with the more commonly found later Bacigalupi decal. Whoever mounted this one may have been hungover from the night before, as it's tilted rather than straight as is usual: An early (serial #393) Edison Standard with a metal tag from Murray, Blanchard, Young & Co. of Boston. (I've seen one other Standard with the same tag, except that one was not nickel-plated.): A Columbia Type B with a cabinet made by Hawthorne & Sheble, with a huge decal to make sure no one could miss it: What have you got? 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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