After WW1 and in the 1920s there was a great demand for gramophones as a source of entertainment and to satisfy the dance craze that was booming. The most popular portable gramophone at that time was the HMV Model 101. Here are some very good examples from about 1926. They all show signs of use, but it have been well cared for over the period of over 90 years.
The gramophones has been fully serviced and a new carry handle has been fitted to the black and fawn ones, They work very well each with a good No.4 sound-box, free from damage due to “pot-metal” decay.
The other models now available, one is in a rare fawn/pale grey case
The gramophones come with 100 needles and a small selection of 78s if required. Delivery with DPD (Next day) £25.
Prices: Black cased models £160, Fawn cased example £180