Here is a very nice example of one of the Decca portables that were produced in the 1920s. Decca was the trading name for gramophones made by Barnett Samuel & Sons.
Decca machines appeared in many different and interesting designs.
Unusually the Rally has a sideways design with an all-metal motor-board construction. There is an integral winder and the case has an interesting"snake-skin" pattern. This is echoed in the record booklet stored in the lid. It is quite rare to find this book as it is usually missing!
The sound-quality is surprisingly good using a Decca "Crescendo" sound-box.
This neat little gramophone is entirely original and is in good condition.
Delivery by DPD Local would cost about £30
My Hermes carriage would be about £15.