This is the very first Capitol of Canada catalog - 1949. Notice the Gordon Macrae 78 rpm entry as well as the notice stating "Now! Made in Canada" and the very interesting statement "SOON ! These priceless recordings will be available in Canada on Long Playing Microgroove 33 1/3 R.P.M." The new Capitol plant indeed started to press other discs formats by 1950; having them pressing 3 sizes of discs at three different speeds (7, 10 and 12 inches at 45, 33 and 78 rpm), all from their smal London location.
Capitol of Canada 1951 catalog while they were still based in London Ontario.
This is a later Capitol of Canada catalog - 1951. It featured only 45 and 78 rpm discs. Catalog numbers were the same, but the prefix differed depending on the format. F series were 45s, and C series were 78s.
Capitol of Canada circa 1953 catalog while they were still based in London Ontario.
This is a later Capitol of Canada catalog - circa 1953. It featured only 45 and 33 rpm discs. Again, the catalog numbers changed drastically.
Capitol 1964 Gift suggestions
Here are two sides of Capitol Of Canada's Christmas 1964 "GIFT SUGGESTIONS" catalog. Something New was the latest album by The Beatles and Beatles 65 and Beatles Story had not yet been released in Canada. Note that there are quite a few Capitol 6000 Series LPs on this list ! Only The Beach Boys and Cliff Richard warranted STEREO releases !!!
Capitol November 1968 8 Track catalog
Here is a cool Capitol of Canada 8 Track Stereo Tapes catalogs from November 1968. The Beatles' White Album has yet to be released in Canada so it does not appear here. Listed here is a cool Capitol 6000 Series tape by The Pink Floyd 8XT-6279. All of these tapes would have been shipped in white plastic shells.