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That is indeed the case, but since some of the letters are backwards, it looks 
as if this is right in the master (or probably the mother). Steve?

dl

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> I would suspect that Smolian was the transfer engineer for that record. 
> Why the name was scratched in I don't know, unless the original owner 
> wanted to know who engineered projects in his collection.
> 
> Joe Salerno
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> David Lennick wrote:
>> Can anyone..including Steve..explain why the copy I just picked up of 
>> Arthur Loesser playing Brahms Sonatas on Perennial 2005 has the word 
>> "SMOLIAN" scratched into the label of Side 2 or possibly right into 
>> the lacquer, with the S and N backwards? Did DBH engrave the name into 
>> the master or is this just on this particular copy (which might have 
>> come from Don Hodgman)?
>>
>> Inquiring minds etc. etc.!
>>
>> dl