This is an HMV model 101 from about 1929.
The 101 was the classic portable gramophone in the 1920s and was available from about 1924 to 1929 when it was superseded by the model 102. This later model has an auto-brake and the winder is stored in the lid instead of to the right of the turntable.
The gramophone plays well with a No.4 sound-box free of any pot-metal decay and is in good condition with only minor repairs to the fabric of the case.
This is a reliable gramophone and can cope with 10″ and 12″ records. It comes with 100 needles and a small selection of 78s if required.
Delivery with DPD £25 (next day) and with Hermes £15