Post Office Durium - Luckiy Find

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Post Office Durium - Luckiy Find

Postby Gmemg » 19 May 2017, 07:37

"The Squire" was "Out and About" recently and proving that if you see so shall ye find he did ! he found in an otherwise unremarkable heap of records a durium - now i know that to actually find a heap of 78s is hard enough anywhere but this time he really did strike it lucky - he found a very unusual Durium record indeed with no matrix number and no idea of who's speaking it just say's

"Post office Telephones - Automatic Telephone Tones "

we assume it was placed in the back of new Telephone directories to infomr people of the "New" direct dialling tones - previously tyou had to run a call through your local exchange

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Re: Post Office Durium - Luckiy Find

Postby donjohnson24 » 19 May 2017, 11:13

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Re: Post Office Durium - Luckiy Find

Postby rgodridge » 19 May 2017, 17:21

is this square?
I had a square flexible record with some very odd tones on it once but it was pretty unplayable!
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Re: Post Office Durium - Luckiy Find

Postby THE SQUIRE » 20 May 2017, 08:17

Greetings from The Squire ,
No,this record is round , 10" in diameter and single sided just like a normal Durium disc .
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