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THE DECCA THE PORTABLE GRAMOPHONE

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Enshrined for ever in the memory of the Fighting Men as the maker of merry music, as the sweet songstress, as the reviver of drooping spirits, the “Decca” will face its civilian audiences with just the same guarantees of success. What are these guarantees A tone, full, rich and natural f a reproduction as clear as the original a portability which s enables the owner to have music wherever he or she goes. C The “Decca” has not yet ceased its Active Service career there are still thousands needed for our Armies of Occupation r V but it is ready, all the same, for completing the musical pleasures of the home and later for adding the joy of musical L entertainment to the gaiety of the garden party, the river trip, and the seaside vacation. f lIn Leather Cloth I Compressed Fibre Solid Cowhidel £7 15s. Od. £8 15s. Od. £12 12s. Od. Of Harrods, Array and Navy Stores, Whiteley’s, Selfridge’s, Garaage’s, and all leading Stores and Music Dealers, Illustrated Folder, and name of nearest agent, free on application to the Manufacturers– THE DULCEPHONE CO., 32, WORSHIP ST., LONDON, E.C. 2. Proprietors Barnett Samuel Sons, Ltd.


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Issue 1356. - Vol 105

Jan, 22 1919

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