Marsh. F.
152 Holme Lane
“Music dealer”
Sleeves are plain with a rubber stamp at first, printed sleeves followed later. Night Time In Nevada has been written on the sleeve shown here; this was released in various versions around 1931 soy gives us a date for the shop being in business. It was demolished to make way for present day tram terminus.

Music Box

Malin Bridge Cycle & Gramophone Store
152 Holme Lane
Entry in Sheffield & District Trades Directory 1927-28 but no sleeve found. Possibly the same business as F. Marsh with a change of name.

Manor Gramophone Stores, The.
714 City Road, Intake.
Cycles, accumulators, wireless components and 78 records. Small terrace shop, premises still standing, much altered (now a take away).

sleeve still to be scanned

Mosby (the Radio Man) Heeley Gramophone Saloon
507 London Road
“The success of your home lies within our portals”. See separate entry for Heeley Gramophone Saloon.

Mosby The Radio Man Heeley Gramophone Salon

Mozley. J.B.
124 Staniforth Road
Mozley appears to have been primarily a cycle shop with a ‘Gramophone Depot’, according to their various sleeves. “Latest records as issued. Gramophones and wireless.”
There was a John Burns Mozley, cycle maker, at this address in 1833. The name is still listed here in White’s Directory of Sheffield & Rotherham 1925. I assume by this time his son was running the business. He is also listed at 12 Hammerton Street Attercliffe, Sheffield in 1905 but back at 124 in 1911.
The name Mozley was sometimes spelt as Mosley, although whether the J B Mosley (below) is related, or just a spelling change (perhaps to anglicise the name more?) we do not know.

J B Mozley Staniforth Road Attercliffe Records

Mosley. J.B
5 Main Road, Sheffield 9
Record shop listed in the 1965 local directory. (no sleeve)

Music Box
125 Main Road, Darnall.
The 10″ sleeve is plain with just a small rubber stamp overprint and is hard to date, perhaps post-war. The shop was originally a drapers around 1924 and a photograph of it survives. This part of the terraced street has been redeveloped. A 7″ sleeve from the shop has now surfaced, which suggests it was open during the Sixties, and sold not just records but associated electrical items and white goods.

Music Box

Music Box Darnall 1950s.jpg