GILBERT "TONE REFLECTOR"
"The instrument that amazes the World"
1931 Olympia Exhibition Radiogram Model
Oak console model with Gilbert Radio receiver
CABINET:--Oak cabinet with double slatted sliding
doors at front, and fully opening access doors to rear. Console
mounted radio with internal speaker.
MOTOR:-- The famous Garrard, double spring. Plays
two records with one winding. 12" plush covered turntable.
RADIO:--British General model with valve amp chassis
and 16" internal speaker.
TONE ARM:-- The unrivalled Gilbert amplifying arm,
specially designed to produce great volume with perfect definition
of tone without distortion. Reg No: 721931 and pat. No: 266936
AMPLIFIER:-- All metal deep tone reflecting amplifier,
producing the widest range of notes and giving perfect definition
of tone. Reg No: 721971
SOUNDBOX:-- Gilbert Tone Reflector, specially designed
for use with the new electrical recording process of records. Pro-Pat.
No's 2380 and 2381.
LIGHTS:-- Battery operated, "EverReady"
needle light, mounted on tone arm.
NEEDLE CUPS:-- Two Gilbert needle cups which are of new
design with electro-gilt bowls for unused needles and one nickel-plated
for used needles. Reg No: 721972
MEASUREMENTS:-- Height 32-ins Width 22-ins Length
CASH PRICE - - Unknown