Vox records in the 1950s, everything I have collected

A few generic designs from their earliest days.  A wonderful use of a still from the movie with Robbie the Robot.  But mostly some really great, fun designs.  The Silvano Tintori designs are among the best designs to my taste that I have ever seen.  All from the 1950s, the silver age of record cover designs.  By the time I was cognizant of Vox, early 1970s, they were a discount label.  A fall from a mighty position.

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2 Responses to Vox records in the 1950s, everything I have collected

  1. Paul Morris says:

    What a great selection! Herschel Levit is impressive. He’s new to me.

  2. recordcovers says:

    Oops, never noticed your comment. Levit is pretty impressive. There is a fair amount on him on the web, including: https://www.discogs.com/artist/2003755-Herschel-Levit.

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