The Ullman (1)

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This machine was made by Ullman.  It can be easilly recognized by the French ivory belt cover and a swan trade mark.  It has a special Combret horn & reproducer mounted on a Pathe "Verite" (Orpheus) type horn support.  Even if the motor is outside (very close to the Columbia Eagle), the cabinet, with cover, can be open to put the accessories inside.  I use to call it my "double deck" phonograph.  The machine has a speed hand indicator,


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From an original ad.

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