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  1. Columbia Phonograph Company, gramophone record. Columbia Graphophone Co. Ltd. was one of the earliest gramophone companies in the United Kingdom . Founded in 1917 as an offshoot of the American Columbia Phonograph Company, it became an independent British-owned company in 1922 in a management buy-out after the parent company went into receivership.

    • January 1973; 50 years ago
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    • 13 February 1917; 106 years ago
    • United Kingdom
  2. Columbia BVT. A version of the BV with back bracket and aluminum tone arm. Columbia BM. Uses a smaller version of the Higham reproducer found in the Columbia BC. Same case as the Columbia BG. START: The Columbia Graphophone and Grafonola. PREVIOUS: Columbia Graphophone identification -- front mounts.

  3. Apr 7, 2021 · The Columbia Graphophone Company Limited (Columbia Graphophone Co. Ltd.) was one of the earliest gramophone companies in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1917 as an offshoot of the American Columbia Phonograph Company, it became an independent British-owned company in 1922 in a management buy-out after the parent company went into receivership.

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  4. A Graphophone was a phonograph made by the Columbia Phonograph Company under one of its myriad of corporate identities. Graphophones played both cylinder and 78rpm records. A Grafonola was an internal horn phonograph made by the Columbia Phonograph Company that played 78rpm records. For many of the years we are interested in the American ...

  5. The Columbia Phonograph Company, under several corporate identities, made the Graphophone, a machine that played both cylinder and 78 rpm records. The Grafonola was an internally made phonograph that played only 78 rpm records. Multiple models were produced.

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  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › GraphophoneGraphophone - Wikipedia

    The name Graphophone was used by Columbia (for disc machines) into the 1920s or 1930s, and the similar name Grafonola was used to denote internal horn machines. See also. Columbia Graphophone Company, one of the earliest gramophone companies in the United Kingdom; Howe Machine Factory; List of phonograph manufacturers; Volta Laboratory and Bureau

  8. The Columbia Grafonola is a brand of early 20th century American phonograph made by the Columbia Graphophone Company. Introduced in 1907, Grafonolas are internal horn alternatives to the same company's external horn Disc Graphophones.

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