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 Post subject: Re: "NIPPER AND HIS GRAM GOING ON AN AEROPLANE."
PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2020 4:39 pm 
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Victor I
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Hello DAITHI, Thanks very much for the pictures and the "Gramophone Expert Committee's" report on your machine. It certainly has some novel ideas, and I am sure Captain Barnett was responsible for that.What a nice comppact gramophone!
Have you ever thought of selling it?
Thanks also to Inigo for his link to the Dutch Chromogram available. That was certainly the most popular model they every made, Model 22a. I have one, and it is a good gramophone.


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 Post subject: Re: "NIPPER AND HIS GRAM GOING ON AN AEROPLANE."
PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2020 7:34 pm 
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old country chemist wrote:
It certainly has some novel ideas, and I am sure Captain Barnett was responsible for that. What a nice compact gramophone!


Inside the machine was a dried up desiccated piece of paper titled Cullum's Patents with a reference to 13722/26 and 16850/26 and a dire warning about infringement and the consequences. So it would appear Mr Cullum was anxious to take responsibility for it himself.


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