The HMV model 101 portable gramophone was almost certainly the most sought after gramophone in the 1920s. It was easily portable and reliable and was ideal for advancing the dance craze at that period.
Most examples found nowadays are in black cases, but this rarer example, in very good condition is in a green covered case. it has a 10″ turntable and is fitted with an auto-brake so is probably from about 1929. It also has the winder stored in the lid, like the later HMV 102 models. There is some loss of plating from the front clip but otherwise the condition is excellent.
The gramophone comes with 100 needles and a small selection of 78s if required.
Price £220.00 plus p&p