Seymour Soundboxes 1914 - 1928

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Seymour Soundboxes 1914 - 1928

Post by Gmemg » Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:13 pm

Here are a few original adverts for Seymour Soundboxes 1914 - 1921



1920 "Superphone Concert" soundbox (actually a Swiss "Astra" soundbox body with Seymour adjustments) "worth a Guinea a Box" actually a saying borrows from "Beecham's Pills"


1921 the "concert" and the "models A & C " available with Hornite Diaphragm - whatever that was !


1928 - looks mysteriously similar to the 1914 model ! but no doubt Henry Seymour had made some adjustments

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