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Carte Postale Disque Quick

Please note: This is a discographical catalog - items are NOT available for sale from us

Acknowledgements:

Introductory notes:
The basic idea of a gramophone postcard is to glue a single sided miniature disc record onto a postcard and punch a center hole through both card and disc. For further details see the exploratory history of the phono postcard

Quick:
Nothing is presently known about this company. All specimen found to-date state "Reproduction autorisée par la Société Musicale des Éditions Francis Salabert". Therefore, this set of postcards was possibly made to promote music published by that company which was based in Paris, France.

Quick Carte Postale Disque have their brownish discs of 9 cm diameter pressed directly onto postcard sized cardboard, bvut the reverse has no imprint, not even for addresses. Presumably they were meant to be sent inside protective envelopes. Next to the disc the cards provide full details on performers and titles as well as instructions on how to play them: Use new needles that have previously been used to play ordinary shellac discs for about one half minute; each needles prepared this way will then play about 20 phono cards.

All Quick cards are numbered in a "J" series which correspond to the matrix numbers. The highest confirmed number is J.48.

Label listing:
Quick Carte Postale Disque

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It is not presently possible to determine the total number of cards produced, and information on matrix numbers etc can only be derived from physical autopsy of the artifacts. If you have additions or corrections: Please contact us by e-mail: Rainer E. Lotz
 
 Updated: 2013-09-23

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