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 Post subject: TRADE OR SALE: : Early Melba for uncommon early machines.
PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 10:06 pm 
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Victor Jr
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Hello,

I would like to trade or sell (I hear offers),one of the rarest DGAG machines seen. The gramophone number 15-a (first Melba machine, not painted in black like most viewed models. I do it because have repeat this machine in my collection.
This machine appears in the DGAG 1905 catalog during a very short time. In 1906 this model was painted in black, and after was added a golden morning glory horn (this is the most seeing Melba machines configuration seen today)
I’ m looking for a coin operated machine that has the similar raritie of this gramophone. Other rarers machines can be accepted.
I add few pictures. All the machine is completelly original with original finish. Decals are excellents and has it own pedestal surelly doing specially for the DGAG factory like a customer order because fits perfectly and the wood is exactly the same.
Regards
Albert


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