Here is an interesting early horned gramophone by The Edison-Bell Company. The Edison-Bell Company was a British concern and, after a shaky start in establishing patent rights, produced several types of machine including phonographs. It appears to have had contacts with the French Pathe company and was eventually taken over by Decca.
This rare gramophone was made in about 1910 and the single spring motor is an Edison-Bell original. The motor has been fully servived and a new nainspring fitted.
The horn is embossed steel with a typical continental pattern and original untouched paintwork. The gramophone plays well with the original "Junophone" sound-box.
THIS MACHINE WOULD HAVE TO BE COLOLECTED IN PERSON FROM TR8 5SE, OR A SPECIAL COURIER COULD BE ARRANGED