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gigi on Masterseal and Remington

Remington was one of the best budget labels. I have posted some of their covers before – Steinweiss and Curt John Witt designs. Poorly printed (as Steinweiss pointed out to me the one time I talked to him) but good … Continue reading

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four recent acquisitions

the 78 rpm set of Wagner was a gift. I have stopped collecting 78 rpm sets because I want to get rid of the ones I have, but I couldn’t turn down a gift this nice. The Remington is subtle … Continue reading

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the last of my remingtons, resized

This is all the remaining Remington covers that I have. Many are reposts – I realized that Graphic Converter version 3 was cutting them off, so I downloaded Graphic Converter version 6.5. If anyone is using a Mac and doesn’t … Continue reading

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almost the end of remington records

a few more remingtons. I rescanned the Swan Lake one, the scan was perfect, but the upload is still cut off. I don’t understand this, and will try to fix it. Some of these are by Curt John Witt, some … Continue reading

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three more remington sets. who are rado and albitz?

Three more sets using Steinweiss’ layout for the remington records company. the Witt one is cutoff, I will try to rescan it. Does anyone out there know who Rado and Albitz are?

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remington after steinweiss no longer drew for them

These Remingtons show the end of Steinweiss’ association with the company. After this they still use the Steinweiss template but the artwork is by various artists who are unfamiliar to me. I show the back of one to show they … Continue reading

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remington records steinweiss and witt

the next four of my remingtons. Steinweiss did the overall design, and three of the four drawings and remaining layout. Curt John witt did the last one. All would be better without the Musirama in the lower corner, but by … Continue reading

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