International Record Collectors Club
1931 - ?
The International Record Collectors' Club (IRCC) was an early reissue label making available classic recordings from the acoustic era in the 1930's.
The IRCC was formed in 1931 by William H. Seltsam and initially offered monthly reissues of early 1900's vocal records. He was able to arrange for special disc pressings from Victor and Columbia, along with Edison and Pathé. By 1937 he was transferring vertical-cut cylinder to disc for distribution to club members.