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I have also read numerous references to itself by Victor in  early ads and 
other things as "The Victor." I've always had the impression that  it 
referred to the company's then-recent victory in another of the legal cases  among 
the early American lateral-cut phonograph record companies. It's entirely  
possible that the legal types who made you change your text had no idea 
about  that.
 
  Victor catalogues and ads after about 1920 no  longer include "The," if I 
recall correctly. (Perhaps not.)
 
  Don Tait