The Talk-O-Phone Coy

Record sleeve for The Talk-o-Phone Coy, Sydney, featuring illustrations of the Edison disc phonograph, and the Rexonola grand.
The Talk-O-Phone Coy
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During the 1920s and ’30s there was a shop selling records and/or record players on just about every block of George St in Sydney, NSW. The NFSA collection has record sleeves from at least nine different shops between Circular Quay and the Town Hall.

The Talk-o-Phone Coy
177 George St, Circular Quay
Tel. City 2247

Full of stocks of 'His Master's Voice' records
Full stocks of Twin records

Features illustrations of:
-The Edison disc phonograph
-The Rexonola Grand, 'the instrument of quality'

This envelope can only be obtained at The Talk-o-Phone Coy
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