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(It might have been a long morning).. of course the 4 could mean  4 minute
cylinder but in some discographies I have seen mention of "take number" so
how is that otherwise derived?
Darren

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2008/8/5 D P Ingram <[log in to unmask]>

> All:
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> May I just check an understanding or be corrected a misunderstanding.
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> On many cylinders one has a small number often after the cylinder number in
> about 1/3 the font size, ie.2180 4. Sometimes it can appear before the
> cylinder number and after the Edison trademark. Is this a take number or is
> this a production version number (i.e. 1 is the first "cut" and maybe 4
> might be the last version made?
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> Many thanks, Darren
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