EMI Europe Country Codes

This section contains an explanation of the EMI Europe Country Codes for serious vinyl LP collectors.

In most cases the EMI Codes are the first two letters of the record’s catalog number. The catalognr is usually printed on the record’s label and these EMI Country Code are used to indicate the country in which the record was manufactured.

Example image showing the location of the EMI country code on the record’s label

The list of codes:

0C = UK
1A = Holland
1C = Germany
1J = Spain
2C = France
2E = Austria
2J = Greece
3C = Italy
3E = Switzerland
4C = Belgium
4E = Sweden
5C = Holland
5E = Finland
6C = Denmark
6E = Denmark
7C = Sweden
7E = Norway
8E = Portugal
9C = Finland
10C = Spain
11C = Portugal
12C = Austria
13C = Switzerland
14C = Greece

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