five single-sided 10-inch records, including two by E. Caruso, each with the trademark stamp verso. (5)
M.B-L comments: "'Red G & Ts' are the 'Penny Blacks' of early record collecting. Like Penny Blacks they vary from a few pounds each to one thousand pounds plus, depending on rarity and, critically, condition. The seven 10 Red G & Ts recorded by Caruso in 1903 in Milan for The Gramophone Company for the 'exorbitant' fee of £100.00 are famous as the records that made the gramophone a serious instrument. They are credited with making the initial fortune of The Gramophone Company."