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Columbia Horned Gramophone
Here is an interesting early Columbia “Disc Graphophone” from about 1908. The Columbia Company used the term Graphophone for their
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Edison Blue Amberols
Collectors of phonographs will know how hard it is to find items worth playing  on their machines. Phonograph cylinders were
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Columbia 205 Portable Gramophone
In 1931 “The Gramophone Company” (HMV) and Columbia cam together to be part of EMI. Although wind-up gramophones were coming
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“Alba” Portable Gramophone
Here is another good quality portable gramophone from the mid 1920s. “Alba”  was  the name used by the company  formed
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Sound-box Diaphragms
I have recently found some very desirable unused original old-stock aluminium sound-box diaphragms. The first ones pictured are fluted and
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Needle Tins
      Here are a selection of needle tins that were available to customers from the early 1900s. They
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Replacement backs for HMV 5A/5B/ No.4 sound-boxes
Increasingly HMV gramophones from the 1930s are turning up with 5A or 5B sound-boxes that have suffered damage due to
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Louis Armstrong
Jazz and Swing Records
I have (probably) the largest collection of Jazz, Swing and Dance recordings on 78s available for sale in the South
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Telescopic Horn
This is a very well made replica of the telescopic aliuminium horn as found on some models of “Peter Pan”
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HMV 101 Black
HMV Model 101 Portable Gramophone
Good quality vintage wind-up gramophones are getting hard to find and as more and more enthusiasts are discovering these early
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Sarona Gramophone
“Sarona” Portable Gramophone
Here is a French portable gramophone from the 1920s. Rather more elaborate in design than most of the UK models
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Decca 110 Gramophone
Decca Model 110 Portable Gramophone
Here is a good Decca portable gramophone from the late 1920s Moving away from the reflex style “bowl-in-the-lid” design for
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hmv99 Gramophone
HMV Model 99 Portable
he Model 99 was produced by HMV in the period 1930-1933 and was intended to be a cheap alternative to
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