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1920 After merging with [[Sound Recording Co]], [[Crystalate Manufacturing Co|Crystalate Manufacturing]] became the third company (and the second British one) to operate the ''Imperial'' label
 
1920 After merging with [[Sound Recording Co]], [[Crystalate Manufacturing Co|Crystalate Manufacturing]] became the third company (and the second British one) to operate the ''Imperial'' label
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Latest revision as of 19:51, 27 April 2020

March 1925. Imperial Records.

of Town Works, Tonbridge, Kent.

1920 After merging with Sound Recording Co, Crystalate Manufacturing became the third company (and the second British one) to operate the Imperial label

By the mid-1920s it had four distribution depots in England and one each in Scotland and Ireland.

On 30 January 1928, the company re-incorporated in Golders Green, as Crystalate Gramophone Record Manufacturing Co and subsequently established affiliates in France and Germany, set up a new headquarters and studio, Crystalate House, in London.


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