Thanks for the extra information Will. A few records were made for sale - Percy Grainger's pre-First War recordings of Joseph Tailor for example. But because of restrictive taxes other records were only available in small numbers and to 'clubs'. Maud Karpeles' recordings of Phil Tanner (1936)and 78s of George Tremain's tunes (1935) and the singer, Harry Cox, (1935)were released on Colombia but only available to EFDSS members. These were 'commercial' in the sense that you could buy them, but obviously the membership requirement restricted their availability.