The records appear to be in reasonable-to-good condition given their age, with some discoloration and a few scratches. I don't have a means of playing them to check for sound quality, but if you have a question about a particular record in the lot, drop me a note and I'll answer it as best I can.
I've attempted to order them here, oldest to newest, based onthe serial number of each.14155-A-B Selvin's Dance Orchestra - Do You Ever Think of Me / Love Bird
14244-A-BAeolian Concert Band - The Children's Christmas -- Part 1 / Part 2
14287-A-BBar Harbor Society Orchestra - Moon River / Three O'Clock In The Morning
14494-A-BBen Bernie & His Orchestra - My Buddy / Flower of Araby
14591-A-BSelvin's Orchestra - Barney Google
Emil Coleman & His Montmartre Orchestra - StellaHere's a little history on the Vocalion record label, from Wikipedia:
Vocalion was founded in 1916 by the Aeolian Piano Company of New York City, which introduced a retail line of phonographs at the same time. The fledgling label first issued s ... read more