(voice of Portland Hoffa there) - My copy of OK 41173 is a post-1930 pressing, large center ring, smaller diameter, thinner/lighter disc and all. This means not only that it stayed in catalogue, but had to be re-pressed as well. And for a record that supposedly sold less than 3,000 copies when it was new, surviving copies have appeared quite often on latter-day auction lists. I've seen OK 41173 listed much more frequently than the rarely seen Victor 20469, "Proud of a Baby Like You" by Goldkette - which sold 9,500 copies. I still think those low figures represent initial sales or shipping only. If not, could you please set me straight with a document or two?