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Judging by the font type of the matrix number one can be assume that the records were manufactured by the Gramophone Company. This assumption is supported by the fact that the matrix numbers 17365b and 17368b of the first record, as well as matrix numbers 18251b and 18364b of the second record fall into gaps in the range of numbers from 17216b to 17449b recorded by Fred Gaisberg in St. Petersburg during his session of 03.14.1913 - 04/10/1913.

However, these records were never issued with labels Gramophone, they not even had been assigned with Gramophone catalog numbers - hence the conclusion is that the records were produced on special order.
 
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(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
[xRef Nos]
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17365
(17365b)
RussianChurch-Choir
The Daughter of Zion (, ), church canticle (Oratorio Joshua) (Georg Friedrich Händel, arr. Friedrich Heinrich Ranke)
Choir of Evangelical Christians-Baptists of Karolis Inkis, Conductor Karolis Inkis14-03-1913...10-04-1913
St.-Petersburg
Slava, Gramophone Co.(17365b)
17368
(17368b)
RussianChurch-Choir
Oh Death, Where Is Thy Sting? ( , , , ?), church canticle
Choir of Evangelical Christians-Baptists of Karolis Inkis, Conductor Karolis Inkis14-03-1913...10-04-1913
St.-Petersburg
Slava, Gramophone Co.(17368b)
18251
(18251b)
RussianMixed Choir
Knocking Iam standind at your door (, ), church canticle (lyrics by K.K. Romanov)
Choir of Evangelical Christians-Baptists of Karolis Inkis, Conductor Karolis Inkis16-11-1913
St.-Petersburg
Slava, Gramophone Co.(18251b)
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