Radio Record was a do-it-yourself production of songwriter Benny Bell. An outfit called Radio Record Company was originally incorporated in Westchester County, NY. April 28, 1931. If this is the same operation that later operated at 1658 Broadway, New York, NY, it would be the earliest known party label. Radio Novelty was a basement production of songwriter Ben Samberg. Numerical range spans 129 to 988. There are doubtless many re-releases and re-recordings which inflate the output. Earliest label is black with gold print and although it looks very old, it is a reissue of a Novelty Record and was released in 1943. The most common labels are green with black print. Take numbers are occasionally shown in the runout after the catalog number. Later issues drop the "Novelty" appellation although it would seem that the word "radio" was the actually the most inappropriate term in the name. The label was contemporaneous with Bell Novelty Records.