This old vinyl 78 record was made by the Sav-Way Industries of Detroit, Michigan. The company produced colorful picture records for a very short period of time, May of 1946 to August of 1947. Although these records were great to look at, they were also played. This 10" record is numbered R710. On one side is The Bells of St. Mary’s (Douglas Furber - A. Emmett Adams). It pictures a young couple on a bench overlooking a church by the sea.
On the other side is Star Dust (Mitchell Parish - Hoagy Carmichael). A man with a pipe gazes off into the starlit sky which has the faint image a a lovely woman.
Both sides were performed by The Don Large Chorus whose picture is inset within the larger picture. Vogue - The Picture Record was A Tom Saffady Product.
This record has good color and shows well to display. It has been played and shows minor wear with light scuffs and scratches especially when held in angled light. It has no chips or cracks. Overall the record is in nice condition.
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