How Apex Records Were Marketed in Canada and New Zealand


Why did some Apex records sell better than others? The answer may lie in the advertisements the Compo Company ran in various newspapers from 1921-1930. I came across these advertisements as part of my research into Canadian recordings of the 1920’s.

 

The Carp Review   Google News Archive Search-Apex 9 The Border Cities Star   Google News Archive Search-Apex 12 The Border Cities Star   Google News Archive Search-Apex 15 Ottawa Citizen   Google News Archive Search-Apex Records Papers Past — NZ Truth — 16 September 1926 — Page 2 Advertisements Column 1-New Zealand Ad Ottawa Citizen   Google News Archive Search-Apex 5 Ottawa Citizen   Google News Archive Search-Apex 7 Ottawa Citizen   Google News Archive Search-Apex 2 Ottawa Citizen   Google News Archive Search-Apex 3 Ottawa Citizen   Google News Archive Search Edmonton Journal   Google News Archive Search-Apex 4 -Apex 12 -Apex 16 -Apex 15 Evening Sun   Google News Archive Search-Apex 14 -Apex 13 -Apex 10 -Apex 11 The Vancouver Sun   Google News Archive Search-Apex 8

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