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  • {XbE-10} Dreweatts Lot 344 12 Feb 2008 (£1,450) purchased by Alistair Watson (Watson Records) from Christopher Stone. Was built so that horn and neck come apart to allow it sufficient mobility to enable Christopher to take it around for demonstrations.
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  • {XbE-10} Dreweatts Lot 344 12 Feb 2008 (£1,450) purchased by Alistair Watson (Watson Records) from the co-Editor of The Gramophone and radio presenter, Christopher Stone. Was built so that horn and neck come apart to allow it sufficient mobility to enable Christopher to take it around for demonstrations.
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  • {XbE-10} Dreweatts Lot 344 12 Feb 2008 (£1,450) purchased and owned by Alistair Watson (Watson Records).
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  • {XbE-10} Dreweatts Lot 344 12 Feb 2008 (£1,450) purchased by Alistair Watson (Watson Records) from Christopher Stone. Was built so that horn and neck come apart to allow it sufficient mobility to enable Christopher to take it around for demonstrations.
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  • {IX-#2048} Acquired in early 2017 by William Berndt from John and Carrie Michaud. (Gramophone was originally owned by Carrie’s father, A.L. Wehling).
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  • {IX-#2048} Acquired in early 2017 by William Berndt from John and Carrie Michaud. (Gramophone was originally owned by Carrie’s father, A.L. Wehling).
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  • [[IX-210|{IX-210} Owned by Graham Tait.
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  • {Xb-#353} G.R. Register 2(b) oversize electric possibly orig G/N? #353 Water damaged (£1,938)
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  • {Xb-#353} G.R. Register 2(b) oversize electric possibly orig S/N? #353 Water damaged (£1,938)
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  • {IX-60} Christies Lot 57 31 July 1996 Electric, Slightly sagging (£1,035)
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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.1 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in The Talking Machine Forum.

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.2 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in The Talking Machine Forum.

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  • {IX-125} Rochdale Gram Soc 15 Sep 2007, gramophone dealer Howard Hope with a Mk IX [Identified by Graham Rankin]
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  • {IX-125} Rochdale Gram Soc 15 Sep 2007, gramophone dealer Howard Hope with a Mk IX [Identified by G. R.]
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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.3 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in TMF - The Talking Machine Forum.

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.4 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in The Talking Machine Forum.

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.5 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in TMF - The Talking Machine Forum (British & European Machines).

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.6 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in TMF - The Talking Machine Forum.

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.7 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in The Talking Machine Forum.

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.8 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in TMF - The Talking Machine Forum (British & European Machines).

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.9 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list.

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.10 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list. To preserve privacy, where names are in capital letters, they are pseudonyms for people participating in The Talking Machine Forum.

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  • {XbE-30} G.R. Register 6, thick knuckle from Japan?
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  • {XbE-30} G.R. Base holding Export horn with thick knuckle indicating oversize Xb - from Japan?
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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.11

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.12 Where a gramophone is composed of a mixed base and horn it is classified according to its horn dimensions. Thus, for example, a gramophone with Xa base and oversize horn will be found in the Mark Xb list.

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  • To contact me**, the site editor, and in particular if you have a correction to a listing, further details or a picture or other details of another EMG gramophone you would like listed click here.
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To contact me , the site editor, and in particular if you have a correction to a listing, further details or a picture or other details of another EMG gramophone you would like listed click here.

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Identified gramophones are listed by the EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.13

Numbers in ‘curly brackets’ are an initial approach to providing a unique identification code for each known gramophone in the form {Mark-Number}. In the case of machines with a known serial number (at the end of each Mark list) the identification code is given as {Mark-#serial number}

Where a machine was reported as a result of an auction or sale and if a realised price is quoted, then that is provided at the end of the listing for that machine. Note that some auctions quote a “hammer price” to which must usually be added the buyer’s commission (often around 23%) and any applicable taxes (such as VAT). Clicking on the link for a machine will provide such documentation as has been identified, including where applicable the on-line auction listing.

Source abbreviations include: “G.R. Register” - the original list of identified surviving EMG gramophones with known serial numbers, which formed the core of this now supplemented list; TMF - The Talking Machine Forum (British & European Machines), where often very expert collectors tend to exchange information and views; online auction system ebay; and the auction houses Auction Team Breker, Bonhams and Christies which run regular speciality auctions focusing on the history of science and technology.

To contact the site editor, and in particular if you have a correction to a listing, further details or a picture or other details of another EMG gramophone you would like listed click here.

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Listing of identified gramophones is by EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.14

Numbers in ‘curly brackets’ are an initial approach to providing a unique identification code for each known gramophone in the form {Mark-Number}. In the case of machines with a known serial number (at the end of each Mark list) the identification code is given as {Mark-#serial number}

Price realised is given at the end of a listing in cases where a machine was reported as a result of an auction or sale and if a realised price is quoted. Note that some auctions quote a “hammer price” to which must usually be added the buyer’s commission (often around 23%) and any applicable taxes (such as VAT). Clicking on the link for a machine will provide such documentation as has been identified, including where applicable the on-line auction listing.

Source abbreviations include: “G.R. Register” - the original list of identified surviving EMG gramophones with known serial numbers, which formed the core of this now supplemented list; TMF - The Talking Machine Forum (British & European Machines), where often very expert collectors tend to exchange information and views; online auction system ebay; and the auction houses Auction Team Breker, Bonhams and Christies which run regular speciality auctions focusing on the history of science and technology.

  • To contact me**, the site editor, and in particular if you have a correction to a listing, further details or a picture or other details of another EMG gramophone you would like listed click here.

List of Identified Gramophones

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Identified gramophones are listed by the EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.15

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Identified gramophones are listed by the EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.16

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Where a machine was reported as a result of an auction or sale and if a realised price is quoted, then that is provided at the end of the listing for that machine. Note that some auctions quote a “hammer price” to which must usually be added the buyer’s commission (often around 23%) and any applicable taxes (such as VAT). Clicking on the link for a machine will provide such documentation as has been identified, including where applicable the on-line auction listing.

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Numbers in brackets are an initial approach to providing a unique identification code for each known gramophone in the form {Mark-Number}. In the case of machines with a known serial number the identification code is given as {Mark-#serial number}

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a form of support to this specialist community, many members of which, like me, are privileged to be hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a form of support to this specialist community, many members of which, like me, are privileged to be audience and hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a form of support to this specialist community who, like me, are privileged to be hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a form of support to this specialist community, many members of which, like me, are privileged to be hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a service to this specialist community who, like me, are privileged to be hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a form of support to this specialist community who, like me, are privileged to be hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a service to this specialist community who, like me, are privileged to be hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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This is a listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a service to this specialist community who, like me, are hosts to one (or for some more) of these extraordinary surviving machines.

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Source abbreviations include: “G.R. Register” - the original list of identified surviving EMG gramophones, with particular emphasis on those with serial numbers, which formed the core of this now supplemented list; TMF - The Talking Machine Forum (British & European Machines), where often very expert collectors tend to exchange information and views; online auction system ebay; and the auction houses Auction Team Breker, Bonhams and Christies which run regular speciality auctions focusing on the history of science and technology.

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This is the home page for the listing of known still existing EMG ‘large horn’ EMG (Marks IX, X, Xa and Xb) which I am maintaining as a service to this specialist community whose interest I share.

Identified gramophones are listed by the EMG Mark, source of information, and any additional details such as serial number. Clicking on the link takes you to background documentation including photographs, where available.17

Numbers in brackets are an initial approach to providing a unique identification code for each known gramophone in the form {Mark-Number}. In the case of machines with a known serial number the identification code is given as {Mark-#serial number}

Source abbreviations include: “G.R. Register” - the original list of identified surviving EMG gramophones, with particular emphasis on those with serial numbers, which formed the core of this now supplemented list; TMF - The Talking Machine Forum (British & European Machines), where often very expert collectors tend to exchange information and views, online auction system ebay, and the auction houses Auction Team Breker, Bonhams and Christies which run regular speciality auctions focusing on the history of science and technology.

To contact the site editor, and in particular if you have a correction to a listing, further details or a picture or other details of another EMG gramophone you would like listed click here.

Mark IX

  • {IX-10} Christies Lot 15 25 July 1991, Electric (£2,090)
  • {IX-20} Christies Lot 61 10 Dec 1992, Spring (£1,760)
  • {IX-30} Christies Lot 44, 2 April 1992, Spring (£1,320)
  • {IX-40} Christies Lot 46 13 December 1995, Electric (£2,363)
  • {IX-50} Christies Lot 14 11 April 1996, Electric (£2,300)
  • {IX-60} Christies Lot 57 31 July 1996 Electric, Slightly sagging (£1,035)
  • {IX-70} Christies Lot 99 16 April 1998, Electric, 22" horn sagging (£863)
  • {IX-80} Christies Lot 90 6 April 2000, Spring (£1,998)
  • {IX-90} Christies Lot 59 12 April 2001 (£990)
  • {IX-100} Christies Lot 393 30 October 2002, white-painted 22" horn (£940)
  • {IX-110} Christies Lot 95 18 October 2005 Electric, Vertical cut soundbox adapter (£1,560)
  • {IX-120} Bonhams Lot 65 9 May 2007 Spring (£2,100)
  • {IX-125} Rochdale Gram Soc 15 Sep 2007, gramophone dealer Howard Hope with a Mk IX [Identified by Graham Rankin]
  • {IX-130} Bonhams Lot 104 16 Oct 2007 Spring (£2,520)
  • {IX-140} Bonhams Lot 75 13 May 2008 Electric (£1,440)
  • {IX-150} Collectors Weekly 2011
  • {IX-160} ebay 17 Oct 2013 and Craigslist, electric, Sagging 22" Horn (£1,420)
  • {IX-170} Breker Lot 394 Electric 16 Nov 2013 (€4,918.68)
  • {IX-180} Bonhams Lot 9 20 May 2014 Spring Mk IX Horn on Mk X base (£1,500)
  • {IX-190} Bonhams Lot 9 20 May 2014 Spring Mk IX Horn on Mk X base (£1,500)
  • {IX-#993} G.R. Register 3 electric, oversize horn, possibly G/N #993
  • {IX-#1072} TMF 9 Jan 2009 Orthoscan [Sean] #1072
  • {IX-#1404} G.R. Register 6 Electric S/N Full ball-race Square metal T/A rest #1404
  • {IX-#1440} G.R. Register 7 Electric S/N Full ball-race Square metal T/A rest #1440
  • {IX-#1593} G.R. Register 8 Electric S/N Full ball-race Square metal T/A rest #1593
  • {IX-#2116} G.R. Register 10 Spring S/N Full ball-race Square metal T/A rest #2116

Mark IX Export

  • {IXE-10} } G.R. Register 1 Mk IX horn on a Mk X base [Orchestrope reconstruction]
  • {IXE-20} } G.R. Register 4 Mk IX horn on a Mk X base
  • {IXE-30} } G.R. Register 5 Mk IX horn on a Mk X base
  • {IXE-40} Christies Lot 365 30 October 2002 - Export Horn only (£411)

Mark X

  • {X-10} Bonhams Lot 66 9 Nov 2004
  • {X-20} Christies Lot 308 22-3 May 2014, Spring (£4,000)
  • {X-30} Christies Lot 207 26 Sep 2012 (£4,750)
  • {X-40} Christies Lot 88 6 April 2000 (£4,113)
  • {X-50} Christies Lot 42 7 November 2006, Mark IX with 26" Mark X horn (sagging) (£1,500)

Mark Xa

  • {Xa-10} Christies Lot 88 18 April 1991, Electric (convert from spring) (£2,420)
  • {Xa-20} Christies Lot 56 12 April 2001, Spring (£1,410)
  • {Xa-30} Bonhams Lot 96 7 Dec 2010, electric (£3,240)
  • {Xa-40} Bonhams Lot 32 16 May 2006 ( £3,290)
  • {Xa-50} ebay 3 March 2013 Spring (removed from auction, asking $6,750.00)
  • {Xa-60} Richard Winterton Auctions Lot 300 28-29 May 2014, Electric
  • {Xa-70} Special Auction Services 30 Oct 2014
  • {Xa-90} ex Ian Calderback Collection
  • {Xa-100} British Library
  • {Xa-#174} G.R. Register 1 #174
  • {Xa-#333} G.R. Register 2 Cobham Hall Water damaged horn #199 later #333
  • {Xa-#341} Gorringes Lot 95 4 Sep 2013 Electric Xa (28.5 inch horn) Horn white painted #341
  • {Xa-#412} TMF 4 Sep 2015 purchased by Frankia from Francis James on ebay 19 Jan 2015, having fallen off sports car, refurbished (£3,270)

Mark Xa Export

  • {XaE-#657} Owned by site editor, Jim Falk, obtained as a gift in October 1967, Collaro D30 Spring, #657

Mark Xb

Mark Xb Export

  • {XbE-10} Dreweatts Lot 344 12 Feb 2008 (£1,450)
  • {XbE-20} G.R. Register 3, thick knuckle
  • {XbE-30} G.R. Register 6, thick knuckle from Japan?
  • {XbE-40} Charmsori Museum Korea Oversize [Identified by Chunny]

Mark Xa or Mark Xb Export

  • {Xa/b?-10} Summer edition of For The Record 54 S John Smith obituary [Identified by Chunny]
 

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8 This listing owes a large debt to Graham Rankin who has shared details of his own database and knowledge here. (↑)

9 This listing owes a large debt to Graham Rankin who has shared details of his own database and knowledge here. (↑)

10 This listing owes a large debt to Graham Rankin who has shared details of his own database and knowledge here. (↑)

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12 This listing owes a large debt to Graham Rankin who has shared details of his own database and knowledge here. (↑)

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