- Shown are three versions of this 10 inch album. The first issue with red cover (1952) has the record speed unboxed on the front cover and the labels. It has a thin cardboard cover construction, made out of one piece, where the front cover flaps were folded over the top and bottom edges to be glued in place on the back cover.
- The second shown version is from 1953 (or possibly early 1954) and has boxed speed designations. The cover construction is the same as the first version. In between both versions is one with the same red cover as shown here, but the labels have the boxed speed designations. These labels differ from the second version shown here, as they have golden print on blue labels instead of silver print. This version is shown on Discogs. Click here to see it.
- It’s odd to see the later reissue version (3) using the same standard design for the cover. Apparently no effort was done to design a new cover (as happened for instance with Philips P 10001 R). This 1956 (or later) reissue version has a tip-on sleeve with a laminated front cover and the text “All Philips records are high fidelity records!” is printed on the back cover.
- The front covers show the number as ‘P 10 005 R’ (with space), while the labels show ‘P 10005 R’.
- This album was advertised in f.i. “Vrije Geluiden” (Sept. 6, 1952), Click here to see the ad.