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Gramaphone; HMV; circa 1920's; 1980-0991-1

Name/Title
Gramaphone
About this object
Donated by Mrs T Jacques

HMV Model 101 Sidewind. It has a pivoted front corner needle bin containing spare stylus needles., automatic brake and is fitted with the later No.59 single spring motor and a brass-backed No.4 sound box. Finished in blue Rexine® with a leather handle and has nickel plated fittings. Plays 78's, the handle is missing. The case is wooden (covered in Blue Rexine®, and there is a storage pull out to hold records on u/s of lid. Has logo "His Masters Voice" and a badge "Supplied by Harrods of London"

Has a 78 record on turntable "The Irish Emigrant" by Ernest Pike

Various badges inside top turntable cover

HMV

Harrods of London

Maker
HMV
Maker Role
Manufacturer
Date Made
circa 1920's
Place Made
England
Place Notes
Hayes, Middlesex
Medium and Materials
wood, metal, paper, Rexine, plastic, rubber and leather
Measurements
14.5cm H, 29cm W, 41cm L
Object Type
Furniture
Object number
1980-0991-1

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Gramaphone
Harrods
HMV
Model 101 Sidewind
Mrs T Jacques
Pahiatua
Phonograph


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