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 Post subject: Please id table top gramophone side 'bits'
PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 4:53 am 
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Victor II
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I wonder what these bits are.

In one photo you can see what appears to be a small, metal, round connector type knob thing - I think at the back of the case.

The other photo has what appears to be a large round connector type knob thing (maybe wooden - looks original ?) with a separate hole beneath. This is at the left hand side of the case as viewed from the front.

Not anything to do with the winding mechanism it seems as this is on the right as usual.

Sorry if it is obvious what these 'attachments' are and I have missed something.

Seen on ebay:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/His-Masters-Voice-Model-130-Gramophone/192658826308?hash=item2cdb5c6444:g:lsMAAOSw3RdbnTPa


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 Post subject: Re: Please id table top gramophone side 'bits'
PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:19 am 
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Victor IV
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If you look at the picture showing the inside motor board at the back there looks to be old screw holes , it probably had an electric pick up fitted at some time and the side accoutrements and holes probably where the s wires were taken to a loud speaker

Not really worth buying at that price though even if you could collect it as it has no soundbox and a broken main spring


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