The company was based in Netanya, Israel and had a re-release
arrangement with Oriole Records, London, England. Levy Brothers had a
large record retail business in London and during the 1920s produced
their own Oriole & Levaphone labels. (Oriole was revived in the early
1930s and then in 1950 it was revived again. All these records drew from
Separately they produced a range of client labels
for specialist markets. These labels included "Radio Polskie" and "Polonia"
(Polish), "Degel" and Kol Zion (Jewish) and "Echo" (Ukrainian.) Several
recordings were part of their custom pressings.
Source: Bill Dean-Myatt, private correspondence