The name “Perophone” is probably best known for the small quirky gramophones that appeared in the 1920s. These include the “Grippa” and the popular “PIxie Grippa”. The gramophones were made in the UK and marketed by the Vernon Lockwood Company.
This gramophone has been virtually rebuilt and re-motored, but most of the component parts are original or are contemporary. The steel embossed horn is in its original rather unusual colours.
The gramophone plays reliably and well and comes with 100 needles and a small selection of 78s. Horned gramophones do not travel well by courier, as I have so often discovered, so this one would have to be collected from TR8 5SE