The record label of a firm of book and magazine publishers.  Mary Glasgow & Baker appears to have operated from the late 1950s to the early '70s.  Its records may have been intended to be included as part of book / record packages rather than for sale as separate items.  In the early '60s the company issued a series of 'Holiday Language Entertainment Guides' for various languages, each guide consisting of a booklet and four flexi discs; several of their subsequent products, however, were proper vinyl records.  Most of the ones that I have seen listed were from the '60s but the Jan Rosol EP 'Eight Songs by Elma Soiron' (LYN-1968) was from 1970 and qualifies the label for inclusion on this site.  The records that I have seen have had no catalogue numbers, just Lyntone matrix numbers; and the songs on them were all in French, which is mildly odd.  Thanks to Robert Bowes for the third scan and for bringing the label to my attention.

Copyright 2010 Robert Lyons.