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Pair of CMV3's Ser nos 242 & 265 (approx 1928/29 manf)

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    Posted 10 years ago

    nss
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    The two CMV 3 microphones ser no's 242 and 265 were manufactured by Georg Neumann -Berlin SO16. From the information got from Germany they were manufactured in 1928 or 1929.
    They are in original condition and in what looks like there own boxes. One has a damaged microphone screen but no other physical damage.
    I obtained them from a local recording studio which closed down in the 60's and had been in business for many years, I think they started in the early 30's

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    1. Bobber57 Bobber57, 9 years ago
      I believe it was 1939...

      http://www.neumann.com/?lang=en&id=hist_microphones&cid=cmv3_publications
    2. nss, 9 years ago
      The approx. year of manufacture was advised by Neumann and a further German source, I cannot be certain of the dates but from the serial numbers I would suggest that the date of 1939 would mean only 241 were made in an eleven year period

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