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There sat Barnaby Bright, the smiling old proprietor of the shop, eating cherries as he listened to a gramophone record.
Q I have two HMV gramophone record players - one black, one green - which I would like to value and sell.
The Katara Market also hosts shops that offer collectibles such as old radio sets, Polaroid cameras, gramophone record player, antique phone sets, home decors and sewing machines, among others.
Appropriately in FA Cup third round week, John presented the club with a 78 gramophone record from Town's FA Cup Final against Arsenal in 1930.
Writes Prof Colls: "There's a photo showing Doris [Saint's wife] carefully placing a gramophone record on the turntable while a pit pony looks studiously on.
Perhaps I would see one of those "talkies" they have these days, before going home to play a gramophone record.
Until 1915, GC used label names such as the Gramophone Record, Gramophone Concert Record and Gramophone Monarch Record.
The cricket team of G B Memorial Institution, Sarsuna had arrived with a giant cake and bouquet, while about 30-odd members of the Saurav Ganguly Fan Club in Behala gifted the former cricketer with a watch made up of a gramophone record.
8 -- We heard one side of the gramophone record in Cairo and soon we will be listening to the other side of the same record by the US president, Barack Obama, in Israel but the venue to be announced in due course, Tel Aviv or Jerusalem.
In 1901, exactly 110 years ago, the first gramophone record was released in Estonia.
His recording of the Saint-Saens concertos, with Sakari Oramo conducting, not only won the coveted Gramophone Record of the Year Award in 2002, but went on to be voted top Record of the Year last year in a special internet poll to mark 30 years of the awards.