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 Post subject: Shopping for a gramophone in 1907
PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 6:55 am 
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Victor V
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The Army and Navy Co-Operative Society Ltd was formed in 1871 by a group of Army and Navy officers to supply it's members, who were entitled to share in the profits, with a large range of manufactured goods. The company was taken over by the House of Fraser in 1973.

Here is the gramophone section of their 1907 catalogue :


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 Post subject: Re: Shopping for a gramophone in 1907
PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 5:57 pm 
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I'll take one Melba Gramophone with a Melba soundbox and the brass flower horn.
I'll also take one Melba pedestal if you have one in stock, plus two copies of each operatic G&T record in your catalog (one for playing, the other for archiving.)

Which method of payment do you prefer?

Hahaha!

Great post :)

Steven


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