Columbia Horned Gramophone
Here is an interesting early Columbia “Disc Graphophone” from about 1908. The Columbia Company used the term Graphophone for theirRead more.
Edison Blue Amberols
Collectors of phonographs will know how hard it is to find items worth playing on their machines. Phonograph cylinders wereRead more.
Columbia 205 Portable Gramophone
In 1931 “The Gramophone Company” (HMV) and Columbia cam together to be part of EMI. Although wind-up gramophones were comingRead more.
“Alba” Portable Gramophone
Here is another good quality portable gramophone from the mid 1920s. “Alba” was the name used by the company formedRead more.
I have recently found some very desirable unused original old-stock aluminium sound-box diaphragms. The first ones pictured are fluted andRead more.
Here are a selection of needle tins that were available to customers from the early 1900s. TheyRead more.
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 toRead more.
Jazz and Swing Records
I have (probably) the largest collection of Jazz, Swing and Dance recordings on 78s available for sale in the SouthRead more.
This is a very well made replica of the telescopic aliuminium horn as found on some models of “Peter Pan”Read more.
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 earlyRead more.
“Sarona” Portable Gramophone
Here is a French portable gramophone from the 1920s. Rather more elaborate in design than most of the UK modelsRead more.
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 forRead more.
HMV Model 99 Portable
he Model 99 was produced by HMV in the period 1930-1933 and was intended to be a cheap alternative toRead more.