Columbia Grafonola Colonial



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The Columbia Colonial, a round mahogany pedestal table, was introduced around 1913. It is part of the Grafonola as furniture series, along with its siblings the Regent, Regent Junior, Baby Regent, and Princess.


Columbia Grafonola Colonial
The Colonial was quite stocky and substantial, with the top around 32 inches in diameter. The example shown here will require some restoration.
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Columbia Colonial drawer
Drawer slides out revealing the tone arm and turntable .
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Columbia Colonial horn
Volume was controlled by regular Columbia louvers, rather than the double doors seen in the full size Regent.
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