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london records by George Maas

I now begin to post my collection of covers by George Maas. Only one of these is signed, the Gilbert and Sullivan, part of a series I don’t own others of. The rest just look like Maas to me. Advertisements

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the remainder of my London records not by Steinweiss or Maas

A few more that I collected just because I liked them. One of them looks like it could be Steinweiss, but is a little dull, and another one has an illustration that could be Steinweiss along with other elements that … Continue reading

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three obscure designers, London records

I still have to start posting my collections of some of the other designers (other than Steinweiss) that I collect – Maas, Witt, and others. But right now I have settled on a few of the miscellaneous covers that I … Continue reading

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seven recent acquisitions, probably Steinweiss

Even though I am trying, slowly, to get rid of my collection, I still acquire lps that are Steinweiss, or probably Steinweiss. I no longer buy 78 rpm sets, I really have no room for those. Here are 7 recent … Continue reading

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a last everest, just for fun, and a steinweiss london

This Everest record is from 1972. I love that Chinese communist graphic sensibility. Sometimes I keep a record cover just because it is so amusing. The London Steinweiss, and the rest of the posts of today, mark the end of … Continue reading

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last few london odds and ends

Two on London’s international label. The Deutsch one is clearly Steinweiss, the Spanish one much less definite. The album on Felsted could be Steinweiss – Felsted is a London budget label, like Columbia Harmony or RCA Camden.

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last 3 London SP Phase 4 covers

I don’t think any of these are Steinweiss, but they are all clever enough that I could be wrong. Of hundreds of these Phase 4 covers that I have seen, these are the last few that I even thought had … Continue reading

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