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Saturday, 29 June 2013



Deadwax 45-GS 1066 / Delta 5117 (c. June 1955)

Deadwax NU 2026.A

Deadwax 45-GS 1067 / Delta 5118  (c. June 1955)

Deadwax NU 2026.B
 Was the 78 rpm release issued with a Regular label?


  1. The 78 copy I have of Nucraft 2026 looks just like the one posted.

  2. I was mistaken. My 78 copy of Nucraft 2026 has a white label with all the words written in all caps with uneven spacing. Not printed, type written. Only copy I've ever seen.

  3. i just checked my link davis 78s. my copy of nucraft 2026 is exactly the same as both sides , as above on the scans.
    printed type , nothing hand written at all...

  4. I have a copy of Nucraft 2026 78rpm just like Texas label 78's describes text is all caps made with a type writer so there are at least two copies