14 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A 1970's Sharp 'Optop Mini' record player, of orange colour, with two matching speakers

Dieter Rams (German, born 1932) Braun SK4 record player, design introduced 1957, manufactured by Braun, Germany, timber, metal and acrylic 24 x 58 x 29 cm

An Art Deco stereogram cocktail cabinet, the flame mahogany cabinet with built in record player, radio, speaker, record cupboard and drinks cabinet with chrome fittings. Height 141 cm. Width 154 cm. Diameter 80 cm

Kriesler Bakelite RadioGram model 11-25 (1950-51) with Garrard 78rpm turntable (model 4SP); superb appearance; lacks two small vertical sections on back

Braun Phonosuper SK5 Radiogram West German, circa 1958, serial number 77457, designed by Dieter rams, light grey painted metal body, light brown wood sides, perspex and wood hinged lid, incorporating a four speed record player and Lw/Mw/Vhf radio, with ins

AWA Radiola B56 portable electric record player, caramel plastic case with white speaker grille to lid, white interior, playing four speeds: 16rpm, 33rpm, 45rpm and 78rpm, chrome knobs and carrying handle to exterior, in original card box, small chip to ba

Circa 1970 'G.E.C. Weltron 2007' stereo system, 'Space-Ship' design, complete with G.E.C.2006 speakers and detachable pedestal, includes record player, cassette tape player, AM/FM radio and auxillary input. (3 items)

A pixie grippa potable record player, fitted in small briefcase

Astor Playgram portable record player/Radio, in the form of a brief case green yellow and white case 31 cm high x 40 cm wide x 14 cm deep