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Ok I keep forgetting.. This is the right way round isn't it?

(okeh 45's)

large 45 small rpm = Original

all the same size = reissue

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Correct. Usually.

But there are soom boots with big "45" on them and boot demos but they tend to be vinyl and not styrene and anyone can tell they're not real.

I think the ZTSC number is always stamped on originals as it is on Columbia records.

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The Columbia 2nd issues with the small 45 also have stamped matrix numbers in the run out groove.

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Correct. Usually.

But there are soom boots with big "45" on them and boot demos but they tend to be vinyl and not styrene and anyone can tell they're not real.

I think the ZTSC number is always stamped on originals as it is on Columbia records.

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It's ZTSP, just to be picky whistling.gif

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Actaully it's not. Look at the attachment.

I always thought the last letter indicated the pressing plant and assumed Okeh records were pressed in Chicago.

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I just read that link myself and noticed there's no mention of JZSP in all that. I've also checked Lee David and Shirley Ellis and they both have JZSP as well. The only ZTSC seem to be Detroit labels like Groovesville and Ric-Tic.

It won't keep me awake but anyone know about this?

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