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    Posted 4 years ago

    Tangoes
    (154 items)

    Hi, I just got this Amphona antique record player for free has any one seen a Amphona player before ? I can't seem to google any it works but I think it's called the reproducer has been taped together.it came with 3 records would also like to know what kind of 78 records can this play I know basically nothing about this. I would also like to know what model/maker and like when it was made and what wood I think it is mahogany and what may it be worth. Thanks for reading.

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    1. Ritamsg Ritamsg, 4 years ago
      The image on the lower right of this newspaper ad from 1923 seems to resemble your piece. The style seems appropriate to the period.
      https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/96390855/
      It's adorable!

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