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Swiss Gramophone Company, Moscow (Швейцарская компания граммофонов, Москва)
 

 
 
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Швейцарская компания
граммофоновъ
Москва Тверская № 65
рядомъ съ глазной больницей
телефонъ
№ 307-93

From the collection of Alexey Petukhov, Moscow
Name: Swiss Gramophone Company, Moscow
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Added by: conservateur | 11.12.2009 09:49
 
 
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Max Zingg (max)
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Swiss Grammophon Company
A friend of mine is a collector of early Swiss records and author of books about including history of record factories, labels etc. in Switzerland. What is the historic background of this sleeve? Was it a Russian company selling any records or a Swiss company as it seems to be. Is it a label? For Swiss records or Russian records? Thank you for any informations!
  17.08.2010 15:46
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Re: Swiss Grammophon Company
max wrote:
A friend of mine is a collector of early Swiss records and author of books about including history of record factories, labels etc. in Switzerland. What is the historic background of this sleeve? Was it a Russian company selling any records or a Swiss company as it seems to be. Is it a label? For Swiss records or Russian records? Thank you for any informations!

This "Swiss Gramophone Company" is not a record label. All what I can say is that it was a shop in Moscow on 65, Tverskaya street selling gramophones (maybe of Swiss origin?) and records. These
http://www.russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=7470
http://www.russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=7469
envelopes show that another shop had the same address - maybe, there were two shops in one house, or, maybe, the same gramophone shop changed owner. If so, the name "Swiss" was most probably just a fashionable "foreign" sign to attract customers...
  17.08.2010 16:06
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Max Zingg (max)
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Re: Swiss Grammophon Company
Спасибо!
  17.08.2010 16:56
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