This is a good example of one of the many smaller makes of gramophone from the 1920s. “Selecta” gramophones are well made and from standard components that were found on most of the gramophones at the time. There is a reliable Garrard 20 motor, a 10″ turntable, an auto-brake system, triggered by the tone-arm as it reaches the end of the record. The gramophone plays well with an original “Selecta” sound-box. In this case of “Meltrope” type.
The case is finished in blue buckram, part of the spring supporting the tone arm at rest is missing but otherwise the gramophone is in good condition and plays well.
This is a nice simple portable gramophone at a modest price and comes with 100 needles and a small selection of 78s if required.
Delivery with DPD (Next day delivery) £25 and wih Herms 15