Medallion was a client label produced by the Emerson Phonograph Company Inc. for the Baldwin Piano Company between 1919 – 1921. Baldwin distributed the discs through affiliated Baldwin dealers. The first discs, numbered in an 800 series, were 9″ pressings.
By late 1919, Emerson had discontinued smaller discs and pressed just standard 10″ records (numbered in the 8000s). There were over 350 Medallion records produced, and all duplicated material on standard Emerson Records releases.
The label was discontinued in late 1921 or early 1922, when the Emerson Phonograph Company Inc. was reorganized.