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J & A Margolin, 112-116 Old Street, London., EC1

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Name: J & A Margolin, 112-116 Old Street, London., EC1    (GB)  
Abbreviation: plusagram
Products: Model types
Summary:

J & A Margolin Ltd. started trading in 1934 selling accordians, and then building Plus-a-Gram record players for use principally with radios via their gram inputs.

Many models were produced between the mid 1930s and early 1950s. In 1952 J & A Margolin started  manufacturing record players with built-in amplifiers and loudspeakers under the Dansette brand name (see Dansette Products Ltd). A few Plus-a-Gram models continued to appear in Dansette catalogues into the late 1950s.

Founded: 1934
Closed: 1960
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Howard Craven.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  39 Plus-a-Gram With Garrard AC.6 Turntable   A Plus-a-Gram table record player fitted with a Garrard AC.6 78rpm turntable for connectio... 
GB  54 Record Player MPA (M.P.A.) [With BSR Monarch UA5 Record Changer]   A Plus-a-Gram portable record player fitted with a BSR Monarch UA5 autochanger for connect... 
GB  48 Broadcaster Plus-a-Gram With Garrard Model S Turntable   A Plus-a-Gram table record player fitted with a Garrard S 78rpm turntable for connection t... 

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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

A 1956 J & A Margolin catalogue listing both Plus-a-Gram and Dansette models.tbn_gb_1956_margolin_catalogue.jpg

  
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