My grandmother had this record, and an old wind-up phonograph with a primitive needle to play it on. I used it as a child. It was not brought out as an antique, but as something old that was suitable only for a child to play with in the 1960's. It was a curiosity then, as was the phonograph. I don't know if either would be greatly valuable now, but had it survived to our era, we would be working to preserve it.
This version sounds familiar, so the one I listened to may have dated from 1923. If so, the years that I listened to it were closer to that year than to this, which seems impossible to me. Even those who pay great attention to history still tend to view the years before their own birth as deeply remote, while decades after that date seem not so far.