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Collectors tune into toy gramophones for sale
By Larry LeMasters >p?

A gramophone (also called a phonograph, record player, or turntable) is a mechanical device used for playing gramophone records. The word gramophone was coined and trademarked by German-American inventor Emile Berliner in 1887. Berliner invented the first phonograph, naming it a gramophone after the Greek words grámma (letter) and phōnḗ (sound).