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LINKS AT AUCTION INFORMATION CONTACT updated 11-30-21

Items For Sale  are listed first,   photo gallery follows
I have no horn speakers for sale at this time

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Photo Gallery (below), if you see something you like, feel free to
make an offer (some items may no longer be in my possession)

Apollo (unknown model)


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Amplion AR-43


 
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 Amplion AR-114



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 Amplion AR-19
 

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Arkay, "Riley-Klotz
 

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Baldwin (unknown model)
 

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 Bristol "Audiophone" Speaker model C
 

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   Brown (British)
 

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Burns 205D
 

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   Dictogrand R-3
 

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Dinkie (British)
 

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   Dixie
 

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Flowervox (by NANNO)
 

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 King Am-Pli-Tone  
 

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Magnavox R2-B
 

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 Magnavox A2R Amp & Speaker  
 

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< Manhattan
 "Concert Modulator"

  

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 Moon Headphone speaker

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   Quali-Tone "N"
 

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 Quali-Tone "E"
 

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Radiola Speakers
 

 

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  Stromberg-Carson 1A
 

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 Rola "Re-Creator"

 Western-Electric 10-D
 

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 Thorophone S-5
 

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 Western-Electric 10-D
 

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 Western-Electric 518-W
 

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 Tower "Meistersinger"

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 Beautiful Horn Speaker (brand unknown)
 

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   Vocarola  
 

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