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DELTA NUMBERS
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In July of 1954 an independent pressing plant in Los Angeles, called Monarch Records started putting a Delta (triangle) with a # next to it in the dead wax of each record that they pressed. This is the way that they kept track of the order of items pressed. Each side had it's own Delta number.

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