Playback & recording equipment

Primaphone Cabinet Grand gramophone

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  • Shelf mark

    2 Frow 1988

  • Subjects

    Record players

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  • Producers

    Edison Bell

  • Description

    The Primaphone Cabinet Grand was made in London between 1912 and 1914. The concept of a opening horn was patented by JM Landon of South Norwood. The Primaphone was launched in 1909, by Edison Bell, also based in South London. But this model was made under the Primaphone name. The opening part of the horn comprise eight numbered wooden segments. They are concealed by doors when not in use. Dimensions: Width: 390 mm Depth: 480 mm Height (lid shut): 1201 mm

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