Phonograph Record Paper Sleeve
Made of paper, printed on both sides. Front has cut-away on side to remove phonograph record from sleeve. Middle is cut out to see both sides of record label, artist etc. Three areas of text about 'Columbia Records'. Left side depicts a man and woman in ballet attire dancing, also a man playing a musical instrument to a lady in her ball gown. At bottom in middle is another ballet dancer. Back has another testamonial about Columbia Records.
*Printed front top, black ink: "Columbia New Process Record"
*Printed front right side, black ink: "Use Columbia Steel Needles..."
*Printed front right side at bottom, black ink: "Examine Your Phonograph..."
*Printed front left side at bottom, black ink: "Columbia Records... and "Patented in U.S. A..."
*Printed back top, black ink: "This is a / Columbia / New Process RECORD"
*Printed back bottom, black ink: "The Columbia Fine-Art Series of Musical Masterworks / Complete Symphonies and Other Great Works / of Concert and Chamber Music... and Copyright, 1925 by Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc."