Columbia was just as big a force in he early talking machine industry as Victor -- in some ways bigger! Victor was well known for its famous "His Master's Voice" logo, but Columbia came in swinging for the fence with highly competitive, eye-appealing products. One such instrument was the Harmony. Sold under an associated "client" brand, it was pure Columbia -- solid, reliable, pretty. 

Here we see the sleek Columbia sound-producing components -- including a bracket with original black paint, a shiny tapering tone arm, and a Columbia soundbox (needlehead) that produces loud, clear, crisp music. We have painstakingly adjusted and rebuilt the soundbox. Plus we have attended to each other component -- motor, cabinet, horn -- with the utmost care.

Oak cabinet with original finish. Original fancy decal. In the antique talking machine field, experience matters. How much experience have we got? 47 years. And that's consecutive years -- not the cumulative years of several different people. THAT'S why our instruments are the best.

The perfectly-proportioned, original flower horn has been given our scrupulous restoration -- translucent red finish that matches precisely the original appearance. And hand-painted cabbage roses, to make an eye-catching combination that you can find only here on The Harmony will play any 10" diameter 78rpm record. Don't have any 78s? No problem -- we are happy to include some free of charge.

Price: $1350.00 US, plus s/h (NY State residents must add sales tax if applicable).


Telephone: 585-244-5546


               PO Box 747

               Henrietta, NY 14467 USA

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