Lot 347
Columbia Grand Grafonola Electric Record Player
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Circa 1920, three mahogany cabriole legs support a mahogany piano-form cabinet with lightwood and mahogany veneers; two side compartments for 78 rpm records flank louvered panels on the front, which conceal the machine's internal horn; the piano-style lid covers the turntable, five needle wells, controls, and a drawer for accessories; the underside has a Columbia paper label and an opening for the wiring connected to the turntable.

41-3/4 x 32-1/2 x 41-1/4 in.

From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Smith, Salisbury, North Carolina

A very rare top-shelf machine that will complete a phonograph collection.

Clean throughout; some abrasions to the top panel in front of the lid; the original turntable is fitted with modern wiring, but its functionality is unknown; lacking tools in utility drawer; overall good condition