FOR SALE.

I AM SORRY BUT I CAN NO LONGER SEND GRAMOPHONES OUT OF THE UK.

Here is something a bit different in portable gramophones, an "Apollo" from the early 1920s. Apollo gramophones were sold in
Here is a later model 102 possibly from as late as 1950. It has the motor-board flush with the case
This is a nice example of the Edison "Standard" phonograph model A from about 1905. It is fitted with a
"Perophone" gramophones are quite rare and the Company's best known examples were the "Grippa" and especially the miniature "Pixie Grippa"
This is a very nice and very well-made gramophone from about 1911. The Victor Model IV. The "Victor Talking Machine
This is a nice example of the HMV 97 in a blue case. It works well and the sound quality
Here is a very attractive smaller horned gramophone of typically continental design. Probably from Germany and imported into the UK
Here is an unusual early portable gramophone advertised and marketed in about 1920 by The Murdoch Trading Company, Clerkenwell Road,
Here is a very nice example of the HMV model 102 portable gramophone from about 1935. It is in very
From about 1890 Edison and other companies produced phonographs that played cylinders of recorded music and speech. The original cylinders
In about 1926, The Gramophone Company (HMV) produced some very good table gramophones in wood cases, usually in oak or
Here is a good example of the miniature gramophone produced by the Swiss Thorens Company in about 1931. These small
After WW1 and in the 1920s there was a great demand for gramophones as a source of entertainment and to
Louis Armstrong, one of the great pioneers of Jazz. I have, probably, the largest selection of Jazz, Swing and Dance