Feeling nostalgic? Nothing can beat the experience of listening to your all-time favorite tracks in an environment that takes you back to the era of the vintage phonographs which began in 1850’s! His Master’s Voice was one of the pioneers in gramophone companies.
Although the horn gramophones were a huge success, yet to increase their finesse and playing properties; they were replaced by internal horns in 1920s.
The current HMV Model 113 is an intermediate portable model which comes with a cast iron internal floating horn and an oak wood outer case. The exceptional design of the tone chamber with a subtly shaped tone arm and sound box imparts excellent balance of bass and treble to the tunes.
Manufactured by HMV at Hayes, Middlesex, United Kingdom in 1920’s; it ensures the standard of unparalleled quality and workman ship even in the modern times.
The wooden cabinet style opening of the gramophone ensures that it has a compact size all the while protecting the interior. May it be a classy room, an office or an interior decorators’ den; adding an authentic classic to your collection will surely enhance the chic idealistic touch of your lair!
The overall condition of the current HMV 113 is very good, considering the fact that the interior has been polished and maintained. The outer wooden cabinet surface, however, has slightly worn out or chipped paint at various places. But on the whole, it is an item worthy of your attention!
Item Code: RSG 093