The red cover and binding on this record collection book is in very good condition. The inside of the front cover has a place for listing the numbers, titles, and the artists of 12 different records. The book has 12 individual heavy brown sleeves that are in Excellent Condition; no rips or tears. The book is 10 1/4" x 12" x 2".
Twelve phonograph 10" albums are included. Nine albums carry the dark red Victrola label and are single sided records which dates them pre-1930's, there is one Victor label, one Decca (2 sided), and one Banner (also 2 sided). There is light wear noted to most of the albums, one has a deeper scratch. None appear to be chipped or seriously damaged.
The titles under VICTROLA include:
"Silent Night, Holy Night," "Dear Old Pal of Mine," "A Dream," "I Hear You Calling Me," "Any Place is Heaven...," "Your Eyes Have Told Me So," "Sing Me Loves Lullaby," "Somewhere A Voice is Calling," "Honour & Love."
The VICTOR Title:
The DECCA Title:
"All My Love," "Keep Smiling At Trouble;" (Al Jolson)
The Banner Title:
"Mighty Lak A Rose," (A Fox Trot)
The Love of Yesterday: Mostly Mid-Century thro the Depression to a Glimpse of Victorian...and more
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