This one of the smallest gramophones that appeared on the market in the 1920s. Several models were available but this is an earlier version, the sound-box has a mica diaphragm and the “Colibri” logo displayed.
The Colibri was made in Belgium and plays surprisingly well for its size. The components pack away inside the all-metal case and the “horn” is devised by opening a small door in the side of the case.
Price, including postage, 100 needles and a small selection of 78s