Introduced in 1912, the Amberola III shared the mechanism of the Amberola IB, but the cabinet style of the Amberola III was much more simple. Only an open shelf was provided for record storage. The cabinet could be mistaken for that of the A150 and B150 Edison Diamond Disc models, but is not identical in size.
Judging from the number of surviving examples, the Amberola III did not sell as well as the Amberola I. .
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