R-Dell Records - see Aardell/R-Dell Records
Radio Records
Rag Baby Records - OZ - only one issued K-7923 - see Festival Records "main K series"
Rainbird Records - OZ - see Fable/Bootleg Records
Rainbow Records
Rama Records
Ramco Records
Ramrod Records - OZ
Ranwood Records
Rare Earth Records - subsidiary of Motown Records
Razorback Records
Razzle Records - OZ - also see Festival Records "main K series"
RCA Records
RCA Records - OZ
RCA Records - UK
RCA Records - US
HMV - CA 10 series - Canadian 10" 78s
HMV - CA 11 series - Canadian 12" 78s
RCA - US 11 series - 12" 78s
HMV - US 12 series - 12" 78s Red Seal Classical
RCA - US 15 series - 12" 78s Heritage Series
RCA - US 17 series - Immortal Classical
Performances - WCT
RCA - US 18 series - 12" 78s Red Seal Deluxe

RCA - US 19 series - Broadway Shows - WOC (original cast)
RCA - US 20 series - 78s - Popular
RCA - US 21 series - 78s - Bluebird - Country counterpart to the 48 series Country 45s
RCA - US 22 series - 78s - Rhythm and Blues counterpart to the 50 series Rhythm and Blues 45s
RCA - US 23 series - 78s - International series
HMV - US 25 series - 78s - International
HMV - US 26 series - 78s - International
RCA - US 27 series
- Immortal Popular Performances - WPT
RCA - US & CA 30 series - 78s - Bluebird Popular 30-0801 (November 1942) - 30-0834 (March 1945).

RCA - US 31 series - 78s - Bluebird - Popular - only a handful ever used beginning at 31-0001 (July 1949)
RCA - US & CA 33 series - 78s - Bluebird - Country -
33-0500 (November 1942) - 33-0539 (December 1945)
RCA - US 34 series - 78s - Bluebird - Race 34-0700 (October 1942) - 34-0748 (May 1946).

RCA - US 35 series - 78s - Bluebird - Race 35-0001 (July 1949)
RCA - US 37 series - "Compact Single 33" small hole, plays at 33 1/3 RPM
RCA - US 40 series - 78s - 100 Educational records then the Hot Jazz series
RCA - US 41 series - Educational
RCA - US 42 series - 78s - Immortal Performances (78 counterpart to the 27 series)
RCA - US 43 series - 78s - International
RCA - US 45 series - 78s - Popular Classics, Children's and Educational
RCA - US 46 series - 78s - EPs - 2 Al Goodman's so far
RCA - US 47 series - Popular Mono -ends in the early 70's overlaps the 74 series, Dolly Parton was 9999
RCA - US 48 series - Country (first issues on green vinyl), stopped at 501,
RCA - US 48 series - Popular Mono continued - 48-1000 follows 47-9999

RCA - US 49 series - Classical (Red Seal Records on red vinyl)
RCA - US 50 series - Rhythm and Blues (first issues on cerise vinyl)
RCA - US 51 series - 5000s = Latin America series
RCA - US 52 series - Popular Classics - mostly Al Goodman and his Orchestra (on blue vinyl)
RCA - US 53 series - International
RCA - US 54 series - 45s - Bluebird Popular - counterpart 30 series for 78s
RCA - CA 55 series - 78s - Bluebird
- Country 55-3201 (January 1943) to at least 55-3244 (May 1949)
RCA - CA 55 series - 78s - Bluebird - French Canadian, 55-5201 (January 1943) to at least 55-5409 (May 1951)
RCA - CA 56 series - 78s
RCA - CA 57 series - Canada International
RCA - US 58 series - Groove (?)
RCA - CA 58 series - 78s - Bluebird - Country 58-0001 (March 1946) to at least 58-0215 (circa October 1951).
(This is a reissue of the 21- prefixed series)
RCA - US 59 series - Chart Records
RCA - US 61 series - "Living Stereo"
RCA - US 63 series - Calendar and Kirshner
RCA - US 65 series - Grunt
RCA - US 66 series - Colgems
RCA - US 68 series - "Living Stereo" Compact 33 1/3s
RCA - US 71 series - Gregar
RCA - US 73 series - Wooden Nickel
RCA - US 74 series - Popular Stereo
RCA - CA 74 series - includes Nimbus Records
RCA -
US 75 series - Mexico?
RCA - US 78 series - Chelsea Records
RCA -
US 95 series - Greece (?)
RCA - US 249 series - Bluebird Classics
RCA - US 420 series - 78s - Gold Standard (reissues)
RCA - US 447 series - Gold Standard (reissues)
RCA - US 449 series - mostly EPs, a few 45s - Immortal Classical EPs
RCA - US 547 series - popular EPs
RCA - US 549 series - classical EPs
RCA - US 599 series - "special issue" EPs
RCA - US  D series - Daybreak Records
RCA - OZ  D series - Australia - Dunhill recordings
RCA - US Box Sets
Groove - US - RCA subsidiary
X - US - RCA subsidiary
Actually, the US 74- series was all-stereo, while 47- (the 45 RPM equivalent of the 78 RPM 20- series) was mostly mono (only two 45's in that series that I know of had one stereo side, in each case the B-side: "Memories" by Elvis Presley (stereo B-side "Charro," 47-9731) and the 1969 reissue of "Get Together" by The Youngbloods (stereo B-side "Beautiful," 47-9752). And the 78 RPM equivalent of the 45 RPM 447- reissue series was 420-. And 48-1000 was what followed 47-9999.
RCA Records - 40 prefix series -  78s - includes Hot Jazz
RCA Records - 47 prefix series - Popular mono

RCA Records - 48 prefix series - Country
RCA Records - 50 prefix series - R&B
Groove Records - 4G & 58 prefix series
Grunt Records - 65 prefix series
Wooden Nickel - 73 prefix series
"X"/Vik Records - subsidiary of RCA Records
Recorte Records
Red Bird Records
Red Robin Records
Reed Records - see Jolar Records
Ref-O-Ree Records
Regal Records

Regal Zonophone Records
Regal Zonophone Records - OZ
Regal Zonophone Records - UK
Regency Records - CA - subsidiary of Phonodisc
Reg Grundy
Records - OZ - also see Festival Records "main K series"
Regina Records
Regular Records - OZ - also see Festival Records "main K series"

Reissue labels
ABC Records
A&M 8000 series, "Forget Me Nots" and "Memories"
American Pie
Asylum Spun Gold reissues
Atlantic Oldies Series
Capitol Starline
Collectables
1000 series
2000 series
3000 series
4000 series - issued by PolyGram
5000 series
6000 series - issued by Capitol, includes CEMA numbers

Columbia Hall of Fame
Coral Silver Star 65000 series
Dot All Star Hits 16000 series
Dot 100 series of reissues
Epic Memory Lane
Eric Records
Flashback Records
Golden Goodies Records - mostly on the Roulette label
Imperial "The Golden Series"
Liberty Records - 54000 series
Lost-Nite Records
MCA Records - 60000 & 65000 series
Motown Yesteryear series
Oldies 45 Records
Polydor
Radio Active Gold
RCA Gold Standard
Ripete Gold Nuggets
Roulette Golden Goodies - see Golden Goodies
Sun Golden Treasures
Trip Records
Verve "Sounds Of Fame"
Warner Brothers "Back To Back Hits"
Rendezvous Records
Renner Records
Reo Records - CA - subsidiary of Quality Records
Reprise Records
Republic Records
Rev Records
Revilot Records - small Detroit label
owned by Lebaron Taylor
Solid Hit Records - subsidiary of Revilot Records
Rex Records
Rex Records - OZ
Rex Records - also see Festival Records "main K series"
Rex Records - US
RG Records (Reg Grundy) - OZ - also see Festival Records "main K series"
Rhino Records - UK - Reggae
Ribbon Records
RIC Records - Recording Industries Corporation
Ric Records
Ric-Tic Records - Detroit label owned by Ed Wingate

Rim Records
Rising Sons Records
Rita Records
Ritz Records - OZ - also see Festival Records "main K series"
Riviera Records - OZ - also see Festival Records "main K series"
Roadshow Records - OZ - see RCA Records
Robbee Records
Rocket Records - OZ - also see Festival Records "main K series"
Rocko Records
Rodeo Records - OZ - distributed by ARC
Rona Records
Ronn Records - division of Jewel Records
Rori Records
Roulette Records
Roulette Records - OZ
Roulette Records - US
Gee Records - division of Roulette Records
Golden Goodies - reissues
Royal Roost Records
RPC Records - Record Producers Corporation - a Joe Leahy label - 8 singles
RPM Records
Ruby Records
Rust Records - subsidiary of Laurie Records
LeGrand Records - distributed by Rust Records
Ruth Records - Ollie McLaughlin (Detroit) label - 1 release


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