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 Post subject: gramophone & typewriter co
PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 1:33 pm 
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I dont know much about this model. I just saw it at an antique store. He has no price on it so will probably be looking at this thread. Lol. Forgive me for any misspelling. I forgot my readers and doing this on my phone. Can't see a thing. 8-) The elbow is bent, rusty but original horn, single spring motor.I believe its the monarch limited. I can post more pictures when i can see and if anyone wants me too.


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 Post subject: Re: gramophone & typewriter co
PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 3:50 pm 
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This is a Gramophone & Typewriter (G&T) Junior Monarch, the example you have seen is from about 1906. Made in Britain (well at least the case is) but as you can see essentially using hardware from close cousin Victor. Being originally British sold, this gives you the option of finishing the horn in either black, green or maroon. It looks like an honest untouched machine.:)

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 Post subject: Re: gramophone & typewriter co
PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 8:18 pm 
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jamiegramo wrote:
This is a Gramophone & Typewriter (G&T) Junior Monarch, the example you have seen is from about 1906. Made in Britain (well at least the case is) but as you can see essentially using hardware from close cousin Victor. Being originally British sold, this gives you the option of finishing the horn in either black, green or maroon. It looks like an honest untouched machine.:)

Jamie

Thanks Jaime for the info. My first instinct was Frankenphone, due to the Victor similarities, but on closer inspection( and having my girlfriend read what the repro and label said :roll: it did seem to be completely original and in untouched condition. I new someone here would know. I'm not in the market for another machine (though I seem to keep finding new additions)but do love to window shop, and of course learn. I was told to reach out in a week when he's done researching and can put a price on it. I thought I would post some more pictures now that I can see :geek:


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