This is an example of an HMV table top gramophone from about 1924. The model 108. It is a quite rare example and collectors will be more familiar with the very similar later model 109. It has the same good quality double spring No.32 motor, but the internal horn is cast iron and the sound-box is the model No.2, the No.4 was used later.
This example is the mahogany version and is in good condition. Two doors at the front control the volume and there is a simple auto-brake that is set by hand.
If you have room for a table model gramophone, this is a very nice machine and plays really well.
As wooden cabinet gramophones do not travel well by courier, this one would have to be collected in person from TR8 5SE