1921 Winkler-reichmann H300 Concert Horn Radio Speaker W/15" Spun Aluminum Bell For Sale
Make sure to check out all of my sales after you've looked at this one. I've got another great group of listings running this week, and I suspect there will be something of interest to almost everyone.
Here's a gorgeous, working, all-original 1921 Winkler-Reichmann H300 Concert horn loudspeaker. The horn was first advertised in late 1921 and offered throughout the 1922 model year. It was available either without a driver (for $15) or equipped with a Thorola K-400 driver (for $35). The horn is distinguished by a spun aluminum bell (15" across), a cast iron elbow, and a turned wood neck (which, along with base, was available in either mahogany or oak). This example has a Trimm driver and and an oak base/neck assembly. The driver is still good, and the speaker sounds great.
Spun aluminum bell is in great shape, as you can see. No dings, no dents, no damage. Cast iron elbow is likewise in excellent condition, with no cracks or other damage. Wood neck and base are in good shape overall, save for a glue line that's opened up a bit on the bottom of the turned wood neck, where it joins the base (there's a chip at the end) and a small crack on the edge of the wood rim where the elbow is bolted to the top of neck. Both of these blemishes are shown in the photographs. Neither blemish impacts on the structural integrity of the horn.The horn stands approximately 25" tall. Shipping weight, properly packed, will be about 22 lb.Shipping will cost a bit more than it usually does due to the speaker's size and relative fragility. Rest assured it will arrive at your home in the samefine condition in whichit leaves mine.I have been shipping antique phonographs and radios for years, and if you check my response, you'll see that I know how to do it correctly. Buyer prepays and includes shipping. If you're offerding from overseas, please contact me in advance for a shipping quote. And please note that the speaker cannot be shipped to countries on which the USPS places 79" (length plus girth) package size restrictions.
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