Earlier labels: Gramophone Record (7"), Gramophone Concert (10"), Gramophone Monarch (12").
Victor was the dominant figure in the record and phonograph market in the early 1900s. The second example is a 10" record which was called the Victor Monarch Record. By October 1901 Johnson incorporated as the Victor Talking Machine Company and replaced his name as the manufacturer.
While this is a very early and rare HBC blanket with a red label, dating it as c1900, Point Blankets "in Trend" now and widely used for display.
However, when you use them, they make you toasty warm, eliminating the damp and cold, almost immediately!
Dean's Rag Book Company was founded in August 1903 by Henry Samuel Dean.
The first rag book was produced in 1902 and was so successful that the Dean’s Ragbook Company was formed on the back of this in 1903.
Also, within a model family the same serial number prefix may be used to produce a variety of different models, all in the same block of serial numbers."His Master's Voice" first appeared on Gramophone Co.