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John.

Thank you. I am trying to effectively get broad "folder labels" so  
this is good stuff. Thank You. I have ordered a copy of "Koenigsberg,  
Allen, Edison Cylinder Records, 1889- 1912" in case that has any title  
information.
I have the long job of cataloguing many thousand cylinders and do like  
a sense of order :)

Can one presume that these foreign series where all from U.S. masters?  
As many sub divisions as possible are welcome for all cylinders, both  
2 and 4 minute etc.  So if there was something for 5000 series or any  
other subdivisions am happy to hear more in the interim.

Alan Sutton's discography claimed that 28000 series was ""Blue Amberol  
Concert List (1912-1918)"

Is your referenced catalogue an original or a reprint ? If the latter,  
are these still available to access/obtain?

Many thanks.

Darren

On 10 jul 2008, at 08.08, John Eberle wrote:

> Darren ,
>
> 22,000 is the Mexican Series , 23000 is the British , 27000 is the  
> French
> 28000 is
> the German series .  These are the moist common , there probably are  
> more .
>
> I can help with series numbers for Edison 2 and 4 minute wax  
> cylinders if you
> need that
> information . This information is from my copy of the Edison Blue  
> Amberol
> catalog dated
> October 1919 .
>


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