Postby Yin Yang » Sun May 30, 2021 8:34 pm
There are quite a few countries where RCA-VIctor pressed discs.
Usually the label then states "Made in ...... by ...... from master tapes of RCA-VIctor".
In the early days RCA-Victor had no own label in the UK so records were released on His Master's Voice label until mid 1957 they started their own label.
In Germany records were on the RCA-Victor label but pressed by TelDec (Telefunken-Decca).
In Belgium records were on the RCA-Victor label and pressed by Disel.
A lot of South-American countries had their own pressing plant and the label text was in Spanish or Portugese.
The value depends on what you want to pay.
The only interesting pressing from New Zealand is the stereo pressing of "Easy come, easy go" as that was released in stereo only on that specific release.