Parlo R100 Series

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Parlophone R100 Series

The purple / dark blue R100 series started in June 1928 and continued throughout the vinyl 45rpm era into the age of the CD single.  R3000 numbers that had been used in the earlier X/E/R-3000 series were repeated once the later series reached R3200 in June 1949, by which time the earlier issues had been long deleted.

78rpm records issued in 45rpm format were originally released in a MSP 6000 series, but this was abandoned, and from R 4198 in August 1956 records were issued in both formats in the R100 series. The 45rpm records had the catalogue number prefixed by "45-". R 4539 was the first issue as 45rpm only, and issues in both formats became less and less frequent, until the last dual format issue of R 4623 in January 1960.

R 100 to R 249   R 250 to R 399   R 400 to R 549 
R 550 to R 699   R 700 to R 849   R 850 to R 999

R 1000 to R 1149  R 1150 to R 1299  R 1300 to R 1449  R 1450 to R 1599
R 1600 to R 1749  R 1750 to R 1899  R 1900 to R 1999

R 2000 to R 2149  R 2150 to R2299   R 2300 to R 2449  R 2450 to R2599
R 2600 to R 2749  R 2750 to R2899   R 2900 to R 2999

R 3000 to R 3149  R 3150 to R 3299  R 3300 to R 3449  R 3450 to R 3599
R 3600 to R 3749  R 3750 to R 3899  R 3900 to R 3999

R 4000 to R 4149  R 4150 to R 4299 R 4300 to R 4399  R 4500 to R 4623

 

On Other Sites

 R1000 to R1999 - 10 inch Electrical recordings at  GLOBAL DOG PRODUCTIONS

 R2000 to R2999 - 10 inch Electrical recordings at  GLOBAL DOG PRODUCTIONS

 R2500 to R2999 - 10 inch Electrical recordings at the ONLINE DISCOGRAPHICAL PROJECT

 Important: Please also read the notes on the X/E/R 3000 series if you are searching for a record with an R3xxx number.

 R3000 to R3999 - 10 inch Electrical recordings (and early 45rpms) at GLOBAL DOG PRODUCTIONS

 R4000 upwards - 10 inch Electrical recordings (and early 45rpms) at GLOBAL DOG PRODUCTIONS

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